Golf Leagues-May 22, 2014
Crosswoods Men’s League
Crosswoods Men’s League
Dick Sletten was player of the day with a low net round of 65 in Crosswoods Men’s League action May 15. Game of the day was “two best balls of four.” Sletten had the individual low net on the front nine with 32, and Jim Mateyka on the back nine with 31.
First-place teams: John Ritter, Wayne Henquinet, Jim Delaney and Jerry Bourassa on the front nine; and Bill Dehnert, Dave Schrupp, Al Stans and Don Rother on the back nine.
Second-place team on both the front and back nines included Sletten, Don Miller, Mateyka and blind draw Lyle Monson.
Jim Fraser and Jim Ritter were closest to the pin. Palmer Sorensen had longest putts (two). Dehnert and Roger Weis each had a chip-in for birdie.
On May 13, Loyal Meech was player of the day with the low net round of 68. Game of the day was “two best balls of four.” Meech had the individual low net on the front nine with 32, and Ron Bickford on the back nine with 29.
First-place teams were Gene Guthmueller, John Jensen, Bob McPherson and Dave Schrupp on the front nine; and Dave Oleson, Bickford, Ernie Byerly and Jim Ritter on the back nine.
Second-place team on both the front and back nines included John Pribyl, Pat Arens, Ken Olsen and Bob Jones.
Closest to the pin honors went to Sorensen and Bourassa. McPherson and Jim Ritter had longest putts.
New members are welcome at 8 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Crosswoods Women’s League
Fourteen players enjoyed the “reverse score” game of the day May 14 in Crosswoods Women’s 9-Hole League action. First-place winners were Renee Aden and Kathy Nelson. Second place went to Pat Oleson and Beryl Roe. Ann Schrupp had a chip-in for bird, low net and low putts for the day. Nancy Meinke also had a chip-in and low putts.
Breezy Point Men’s League
Ted Zarembinski and John Jambor shot a 36 to win the season-opening scramble event May 15 with the Breezy Point Resort Men’s League.
Denny Langerman and Tom Aumock finished second.
Other winners were Joe Kocack-Mark Johnson, Mike Dowdall-Mick McBrein and Dale Tiedeman and Chuck O’Day.
Whitefish Women 18-Hole
Barb Hanson collected 33 points to win flight A’s fairways and putts contest May 14 with the Whitefish Women’s 18-Hole League.
Maxine Riches placed second and Anita Stensby third.
Diane Giefer scored 30 points to win flight B. Carol Germann finished second and Nancy Schmidt third.
Flight C was won by Nancy Einan followed by Sandy Meyer and Shari Loechler.
Barb Holubar shot 71 for the low net. Giefer carded two birdies and Mimi Swanson and Schmidt each had one.
The league’s open house at Whitefish will continue through the end of May. Anyone interested in playing with the leagues may call the Whitefish Pro Shop at 218-543-4900 for more information and/or registration materials.
Whitefish Men’s League
Paul Schmidt shot a net 34 to win the first flight front nine division of the individual Nassau in the May 13 Whitefish Men’s League.
Darrel Swanson’s 38 was the back nine winner and Brian Hanson was the 18-hole winner with a 76.
Greg Johnson’s 32 topped the front nine second flight, Gary Kipling shot 38 for the back nine and John Farrell’s 76 was the 18-hole winner.
Third flight went to James McKeehen (front), John Rappath (back) and Mike Einan (18).
Sam Kantos and Dick Hanson drained the longest putts. Hanson and Steve Ogren were closest to the pin winners.
The Tuesday 18-hole men’s league is open to the public and new members are welcome. Those interested may contact the Whitefish Pro Shop at 218-543-4900.
New members are always welcome with each league focusing on fun and friendships. Call Gregg for more information or just show up to join and play.
Tuesday Morning Men’s League, 9 a.m.
First, Gary Nelson, Al Templeton, Tim Donnay and Larry Neer; second, Elmer Johnson, Milt Beyer, Keith Walker and Charly Peterson. Chip-ins, Templeton (two), Gene Jensen, Jerry Hagel and Pat O’Conner.
Wednesday Night Women’s League
Play of the day was “closest to the pin on No. 3.” Winners were Mary Patterson, Charly Richters, Mikie Walker, Joleen Nelson and Carol Germann. Nelson had a chip-in.
Thursday Morning Women’s League didn’t play because of the cold weather.
Grand View Lodge outings
Carrie Spitzak, Candace Prigge and Dave Busch shot a 29 to win the May 13 Grand View Lodge Co-ed Outing.
Vicki Dypwick and Gene and Carol Lovro finished second. Chris and Bob Lee and Donna and Tom Motzko placed third. Diane and Tom Aydt and Betty Kackman and Don King placed fourth.
Gene Lovro made the longest putt, Prigge and Busch were closest to the pin and Carol Lovro won the golf lesson.
The next Co-ed Outing will be at 5:30 p.m. June 10 at The Pines.
Heggerston places 15th
Maggie Heggerston of Pequot Lakes fired an 11-over-par through nine holes in the U.S. Women’s Open section qualifier Monday at North Oaks Golf Club.