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Crosswoods Women’s League

A total of 14 players competed in the drizzle on Monday, July 15, for low individual net honors for 18 holes at Crosswoods Golf Course in Crosslake. Georgi Ashlin finished first with a 69 while Gloria Dalbec was second with 70, and Renee Aden was third with 75. Renee Aden had longest putt on No. 12 while Ann Schrupp birdied hole No. 12, and Rose Ann Stans chipped in on No. 12.

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On Wednesday, July 17, the game of the day was Tic Tac Toe for nine holes. Winner was Judy Hein, followed by Michele Kohler, Char Gibbons and Ann Schrupp (tie) and Cheryl Fraser. Maureen Durand and Carol Coult each had birdies on hole No. 11, Sandy Melberg on No. 10, and Nancy Meinke and Renee Aden on No. 15.

Crosswoods Tuesday men’s league

Dave Schrupp earned individual low net on the front nine while Pat McAlpine was low net on the back nine during men’s golf league play at Crosswoods Golf Course on Tuesday, July 16. McAlpine was player of the day with a low net round of 63.

The team of Daryll Anderson, Don Miller, Bob Johnson and Ralph Lewis finished first while Martin Guse, Dale Erickson, Schrupp and Jim Ritter were second on the front nine while Jim Fraser, Ray Elie, McAlpine and Palmer Sorenson were first and Jim Mateyka, Bob McPherson, John Pribyl and Ken Olsen were second on the back nine.

Jerry Bourassa was closest to the pin on No. 15, Lyle Monson was closest to the pin on No. 17, Lewis was longest putt on No. 5, and Elie was longest putt on No. 8.

Crosswoods Men’s League

Dave Schrupp scored low net round with 64 for the Thursday Men’s League at Crosswoods. Schrupp also joined Pat McAlpine, Ray Elie and Chet Herrboldt on the top team for the front nine while Charlie Peterson, John Swanson, Jim Mateyka and Wayne Henquinet were second. On the back nine, John Antos, Lyle Monson, John Jensene and John Pribyl were first on the back nine while Dale Stevens, Ed Kellog, Roger Coult and Jim Fraser were second.

Antos was closest to the pin on No. 17, Don Miller had the longest putt on No. 1, Jerry Bourassa had the longest putt on No. 10, Schrupp had the low net on the front nine; and Bourassa had the low net on the back nine.

Breezy Point Men

Giovanni’s 9-3 win over Billy’s Buddies helped it claim the early lead in the second-half standings of the Breezy Point Resort Men’s League.

Crocker’s Collision scored an 8-4 win over Billy’s Bar & Grill to land in second place.

Team results from July 18: Commander/JJ’s 7, Dockside 5;

Crocker Collision 8, Billy’s Bar & Grill 4; Giovanni’s 9, Billy’s Buddies 3; Thomas Law 6.

Team standings: Giovanni’s 9; Crocker Collision 8; Commander/JJ’s 7; Thomas Law 6; Dockside 5; Billy’s Bar & Grill 4; Billy’s Buddies 3.

Individual results: low nets, 0-6 handicap — Joe Kocak 30, 7-10 — Bob Speed 29, 11-18 — Ron Oseland 27; longest putts, Oseland, Mark Johnson, Wally Anderson; closest to pin, Paul Houle, Brad Cardini.

Breezy Point Women

Verna Miller, Connie Parsley and Janie Palmer shot 53 to win the merry-go-round event July 18 during the Breezy Point Resort Women’s League.

Colleen Rawlings, Martha Polsfuss, Ruth Tiedeman and Bugs Schmidt finished second with a 55.

Sandy O’Day, Barb Owens, Darlene Palmer and Betty Huseby placed third. In fourth was Bonnie Person, Cathy Johnson, Judy Thomas and Patty Carlyle.

Emily Greens Men’s League

After a rainout the previous week, action resumed on Tuesday, July 16, for the Emily Green’s morning men’s league. The team of Jack Helman, Roger Richters, Dick Hubbard and Bill Wroblewski finished first while Bob Ecklund, Charlie Peterson, Pete Ziegler, Larry Neer and Keith Walker were second, Dick Lindeman, Al Schewe, Pat O’Connor and Jim Wells were third and Willis Berndt, Paul Jensen, Tim Donnay and Ernie Morreim were fourth.

Individual awards were Dick Hubbard, longest putt; Jack Curry, closest to the pin; Neer, Ziegler and Walker, chip-ins; and Ziegler, eagle.

Emily Greens Women’s League

Michele Gustafson, Jane McKinley, Mary Schreier, Becky Guida and Joanne Walker were winners in the Wednesday night women’s league play at Emily Greens on July 17. Play of the day was longest drive on No. 5. Charly Richerts and Judy Abts both had chip-ins.

In Thursday morning women’s league, play of the day was Most 4’s scored, and the winners were Jane McKinley, Nancy Knox and Kathy Ecklund.

Black Bear women’s league

The Black Bear Golf Course women’s nine-hole league played reverse you score on a warm day last week. First place went to Mary Lou Jacobs with a 07. Second place went to Carol Lovro with a 15. Donna Balzer won low putts with 15 putts.

Women play at Whitebirch

Verna Miller, Connie Parsley and Janie Palmer shot a 53 to take first place in the Merry Go Round team game at Whitebirch last week.

Second place went to Colleen Rawlings, Martha Polsfuss, Ruthe Tiedeman and Bugs Schmidt shooting a 55. Sandy O’Day, Barb Owens, Darlene Palmer and Betty Huseby placed third with a 61. Bonnie Person, Cathy Johnson, Judy Thomas and Patty Carlyle were fourth place with a 62.

Whitefish Men

Roger Handberg, Bill Johander, Mike Einan and John Larsen fired a 26-under par to win the two-ball, low net July 16 during the Whitefish Men’s League.

Second place went to Darrell Swanson, Jim Devinck, Hank Duitsman and Gary Kipling with a playoff winning score of 25-under par.

Erlin Johnson, Bob Beatty, Sam Kantos and Greg Lindahl placed third.

Bill Johander and Mike Slind drained the longest putts, while Sam Kantos and Greg Jorvig were closest to the pin.

Whitefish Women’s 18-Hole

Judy Heslop, Joan Kantos, Myra Faust and Sharon Keister captured the colored ball net plus one game July 17 during the Whitefish Women’s 18-Hole League.

Barb Holubar, Susan Walstrom, Mary Kay Kendall and Nancy Carlson finished second after winning the tiebreaker against the team of Betsy Otteson, Miimi Swanson, Nancy Schmidt and Barb DeLaHunt.

Otteson shot the low net of 68 and Swanson carded the lone birdie of the day.

League play moved to Thursday this week. Tee times begin at 8:30 a.m. On July 31, there will be a 7:30 a.m. shotgun start.

Whitefish Women’s 9-Hole

The Whitefish Women’s 9-Hole League event on Wednesday, July 17 was three clubs and a putter for the net round. The winners are as follows: First, Janet McDougal and Susan Newsome tied with net of 31; second, Gini Moberg with 33; and third, Sharon Chupurdia with 34.

Carol Lindahl had a chip-in on hole No. 8 while Kathy Keeling had a birdie on hole No. 4. Susan Swanson had 13 putts while Kathy Larson had 14 putts.

Black Bear Women

Mary Lou Jacobs won the reverse your score event with a 7 during the Black Bear Women’s 9-Hole League.

Carol Lovro finished second with a 15.

Donna Balzer won the low putts competition with 15.

Grand View Women

The team of Ann Powers, Renee Steffen, Katie Wallace and Lisa Omodt won the pink ball format event with a score of 22 during Grand View Lodge’s Women’s League July 16.

Second with a score of 24 was the team of Candace Prigge, Arlyce Shook, Connie O’Brien and Stephanie Trevis.

In the 5-hole scramble, first with a score of 24 was the team of Candace Prigge, Arlyce Shook, Connie O’Brien and Stephanie Trevis.

Tying for second with a 25 was the team of Ann Powers, Renee Steffen, Katie Wallace and Lisa Omodt and the team of Barb Wenschlag, Marian Duffy, Carrie Spitzack and Blanche McMenimen.

In team putt competition, first with 41 putts was the team of Ann Powers, Renee Steffen, Katie Wallace and Lisa Omodt.

Second with 42 putts was the team of Barb Wenschlag, Marian Duffy, Carrie Spitzack and Blanche McMenimen.

Longest putt was by Katie Wallace. Closest to the pin was Connie Lazor. Birdies were by Connie Lazor and Lisa Omodt.

Next co-ed event is July 30 at the Pines.

Call/text 218-820-2607 if you wish to play each week or email Joni@golf-4-women.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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