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Golf leagues-July 24, 2014

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Whitefish Men's League

Darrell Swanson, Don Skalman and Bill Anderson won the "best two balls net" during the July 15 Whitefish Men's League. Larry Dahl, John Rathman and Jim Devinck finished second followed by George Martin, Mike Carnahan and Dean Brandt in third.

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Paul Schmidt and Don Skalman were closest to the pin winners with Todd Wordelman and Erlin Johnson draining the longest putts.

Whitefish Women 18-Hole

Carol Germann cashed in her low-net round of 64 to win flight C of the July 16 "T-E-N-S" game during the Whitefish Women's 18-Hole League. Faye Owen placed second in flight C.

Mindy Brown won flight B with Marguerite Baker and Cheryl Bontrager tying for second.

Barb Hanson and Maxine Riches tied for flight A honors.

Hanson and Cathy Munger shot net 68s, with Faye Owen carding a net 69.

Birdies came in pairs with Hanson, Mimi Swanson and Munger each marking down two. Marty Moakley made one birdie. One of Swanson's birdies was a chip-in.

Whitefish Women 9-Hole

The Whitefish Women's 9-Hole League held its Rally for the Cure event July 17, sponsored by Susan G. Komen. Game of the day was "low net" with a special event on hole No. 4, "on the green" and "closest to the hole."

Net scores winners were Vicki Dypwick, first, 30; Linda Carpenter, second, 32; and Gini Moberg and Stephanie Haider, both with 24, tied for third.

Other winners were: Susan Beilfuss, "on the green" and "closest to the hole;" Carpenter and Moberg, chip-ins; and Betsy Schroeder, low putts.

Breezy Point Men's League

Billy's 2 scored a 15-5 victory over Jon and Dave on July 17 to build a one-point lead in the men's league standings at Breezy Point Resort.

Dirt Busters moved into second thanks to a 13.5-6.5 win over JJ's Pub, and Thomas & Severson Law 3 topped Antler's 14-6 to climb into third place.

Team results from July 17: Billy's 2 15, Jon & Dave 5; Thomas & Severson Law 3 14, Antler's 6; Dirt Busters 13.5, JJ's Pub 6.5; Mike & Ben 12.5, Billy's 3 7.5; Dockside 12.5, Thomas & Severson Law 1 7.5; Commander 10.5, Thomas & Severson Law 2 9.5; Double Trouble 10, Billy's 1 10.

Team standings: Billy's 2, 77; Dirt Busters, 76; Thomas & Severson Law 3, 68; Thomas & Severson Law 2, 64.5; Dockside, 60; Antlers, 60; JJ's Pub, 59.5; Billy's 1, 58; Double Trouble, 58; Thomas & Severson Law 1, 57; Commander, 54.5; Mike & Ben, 52.5; Billy's 3, 48; Jon & Dave, 47.

Individual winners: longest putt, Dale Tiedeman and Mike Dowdall; closest to pin, Dick Williams and Gene Berry; low net, Jim Jasper 24.

Breezy Point Women's League

Verna Miller's 13 putts were the low and Sandy O'Day captured the "guess your score" event during the July 17 Breezy Point Resort Women's League. Miller was followed by Barb Owens with 15 putts. Gloria Thomas, Colleen Rawlings and Judy Thomas tied for third with 16 putts each.

Ellen Koshenina and Bugs Schmidt tied for second in the "guess your score" portion of the event.

Judi Moravec and Connie Parsley tied for third.

Crosswoods Men's League

Chet Herrboldt had the individual low net total (61) in Crosswoods Men's League action July 17. Herrboldt also had the individual low net on the back nine (27), and Dave Barnes on the front nine (31). Game of the day was "two best net balls on all holes."

Taking first were the teams of John Antos, Jim Fraser, Jim Ritter and Kent Loscheider on the front nine, and Dan Schapkohl, Herrboldt, Dan Clement and Jerry Martin on the back nine. Second-place teams were John Jensen, Al Olson, Gene Guthmueller and Steve Laak on the front nine, and Ken Olsen, Jerry Bourassa, Gary Hein and Dan Rother on the back nine.

Herrboldt and Martin were closest to the pin. Dick Sletten and Rother had the longest putts. Ron Watson and Jim Delaney each had a chip-in for birdie.

Game of the day July 15 was "three best net balls on all holes." Doug Steck had the individual low net total (57). John Sesin had the individual low net on the front nine (28), and Jay Frane on the back nine (27).

Winning teams were Olsen, Dale Tracy, Sesin and blind draw on the front nine, and Bob Hinkley, Guthmueller, Don Miller and Charlie Peterson on the back nine. Second-place team on both the front and back nines included Ed Kellogg, Doug Steck, Dick Sletten and Al Stans.

Bob Eng and Fraser were closest to the pin. Chad Pribyl and Roger Weis had the longest putts. Hinkley had three chip-ins for birdies, and Bob Jones, Sesin, Frane and Martin each had one.

Crosswoods Women

Thirty-nine women from Emily Greens, Fairways at Howard's Barn and Crosswoods played in the annual nine-hole scramble Tri-Angle Tournament on Wednesday, July 16.

Taking first were Sue Mitch, Harriet Smith, Dee Dee Johnson and Nancy Kruse. Pam Wiltsey, Nancy Meinke, Ardis Thompson and Renee Aden placed second, followed by Ann Schrupp, Marlyn Walters, Lila Kersey and Mary Neer in third. Fourth place went to Carole Brodzinski, Judy Hein, Sandy Melberg and Georgi Ashlin.

Event winners included Mitch, closest to the pin; Beryl Roe, longest putt; and Melberg, closest to the line.

Crosswoods Women 18-Hole

Karen Appel and Tracy Nelson tied with 71s on July 14 with the Crosswoods Women 18-Hole League. Game of the day was "throw out 3 worst holes." Kathie Nelson placed second with 72. Ardis Thompson finished third with 74.

Cheryl Tiggelaar had low net of the day with 65. Sue Farrell and RoseAnn Stans had chip-ins. Joey Hodgson had a birdie.

Black Bear League

Pattie Erickson's 34 was the low net during the Black Bear women's nine-hole league July 17.

Mary Lou Jacobs finished second with a 41.

Lila Kersey needed the least number of putts.

Fairways Women

Marlene Miller, Eileen Springer and Carol Lieske won the play of the day, which was "handicap," July 15 in Fairways at Howard's Barn Women's League action. Pat Rauenhorst and Carol Brodzinski had chip-ins.

Grand View Lodge women

Angela Sandelin hit the longest drive and Brenda Miller made the longest putt during the recent Golf for Gals night at Grand View Lodge's The Pines.

Patty Barnett used only 12 putts to get around for the low putts winner.

Grand View Lodge outing

Candace Prigge, Lisa Omodt, Carrie Spitzack and Naomi Brockhoff shot 36 to win the scramble format July 15 in the Women's Outing at Grand View Lodge.

Connie Lazor, Sue House, Jean Morgan and Marilyn Sobiech finished second. Doreen Robideau, Stephanie Murray, Val Lueck and Marlene Perkins tied the team of Pearl Peterson, Barb Elmquist, Kris McGrath and Katie Wallace for third.

Sobiech was closest to the pin and Judy Anderson made the longest putt.

On July 8, Wallace, Wayne Rolow, Jimmy Kendall and Omodt shot 36 to win the scramble event with a twist during the Coed Outing at The Preserve at Grand View Lodge

Bruce and Naomi Brockhoff and Bill and Hoff and Joyce Grant tied the team of Prigge, Pete Carlson and Joni Meyer for second.

Judi Moravec, John Oswald and Jim and Kathy McTague placed third with a 39 and Doreen and Heather Robideau and Stephanie and Sean Murray tied the team of Pete and Pearl Peterson and Lowell Hilbrands and Marian Duffy for fourth.

The Brockhoffs swept the longest putt contests with Pete Carlson and Marian Duffy hitting it closest to the pin.

The next Coed Outing will be at 5:30 p.m. July 29 at the Pines.

Chix with Stix

Debbie Briggs shot a 36 to win the July 17 "Ts, Fs and Ns" game in the Chix with Stix league at Grand View Lodge's The Pines. Rose Johnson and Pat Lewis tied for second with 38s and Jann Blesener finished third.

Flossie Ahlers made the longest putt and Briggs was closest to the pin.

Pam Cook carded two birdies, including one on a chip-in. Ahlers and Johnson also scored birdies.

On July 10, Jennie Bunce had the best poker hand during the Chix with Stix round at Grand View Lodge's The Pines Course. Teddy Sedgwick and Diane Dahl tied for second with Sue Peterson placing third.

Peterson hit the longest putt and Pat Lewis was closest to the pin. Coralee Ostlund and Bunce had a chip-in and a birdie. Pat Lewis had a chip-in.

Madden's Women's League

Cathy Ross, Terry Neumann, Jeanne Hartmann and Mary Ann Mahler shot 41 to place first during the Madden's Resort women's spa and golf night July 10.

Longest putt winners went to Dawn Wiebusch, Mahler, Hartmann, Louise Hunt, Abbey Pieper, Neumann, Cathy Ross, Jackie West and Penny Berger.

Amanda Kennedy was the big mystery drawing winner.

The next big women's night out is Aug. 21.

Emily Greens

League results for the week of July 15:

Tuesday Morning Men's League, 8:30 a.m.

Lewis Brandt, Sid Hughes, Jim Schallman and Ron Germann were first; Bob Arendt, Dick Hubbard, Tim Donnay and Cy Kruse took second; Bill Wroblewski, Paul Jensen, Ken Lieske and Bill Dehnert were third; and Bruce Nelson, Gene Jensen, Keith Walker and John LeMaire finished fourth.

Germann was closest to the pin. Tom Corkle had the longest putt. Jensen, Don Atwater, Jack Anderson and Hughes recorded chip-ins.

Wednesday Night Women's League

Bea Dangers, Jan Anderson, Kathy Pfaff, Eileen Jensen, Charly Richters, Marlene Brannan and Carol Germann won the play of the day, which was "best poker hand wins." Anderson and Beth Nygaard had chip-ins.

Thursday Morning Women's League, 9 a.m.

Jane McKinley, Renee Aden, Carol Germann and Charly Richters won the play of the day, which was "lowest score on odd holes." Germann had a chip-in.

Holes-in-one

Denny Nybo, PIne River, aced the 160-yard seventh hole of Whitefish Golf Club July 12 using a 7-iron.

Scott Mendelblatt, Richfield, aced the 161-yard 12th hole of the Dutch Legacy at Cragun's Legacy Courses July 17 using a 7-iron.

Greg McKinney, Grand Rapids, aced the 220-yard fourth hole of the Dutch Legacy at Cragun's Legacy Courses July 17 using a driver.

Jack Evans, Brainerd, aced the 183-yard seventh hole on Bobby's Legacy at Cragun's Legacy Courses July 18 using a 5-iron.

Joe Diemer, aced the 110-yard eighth hole on Dutch Legacy at Cragun's Legacy Courses July 17 using a pitching wedge.

Lakewood annual golf tournament

Lakewood Health System's 21st annual Foundation Golf Classic is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Aug. 22 at The Vintage in Staples.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided and participants will be eligible to receive prizes and awards. Proceeds from the tournament will go toward Lakewood's children's health and wellness programs.

The entry fee is $400 per team, which includes four players, two golf carts, food and prizes.

Early registration is appreciated. For more information, contact Megan at 218-894-8508.

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