Golf leagues-July 11, 2013
Crosswoods Ladies League
Marlene Miller (27), Dolores Anderson (31), Jane Droheim (26), Nancy Meinke (33), Lila Kersey (33), Nancy Giovannetti (32) and Sandra Melberg (31) won the individual low net game of the day Wednesday, June 26, in Crosswoods Ladies League nine-hole play.
Low gross winners were Tracy Nelson (41), Sue Farrell (47), Ann Schrupp (43), Darlene Berger (48), Harriet Smith (47), Renee Aden (49) and Carol Coult (44).
Rose Ann Stans had a birdie on hole 15.
In 18-hole play Monday, June 24, low net winners were Meinke (68), Georgi Ashlin (69), Aden (71), Stans (78) and Michele Kohler (69).
Low gross winners were Melberg (99), Mary Hirman (94), Nancy Barnes (100), Coult (108) and Farrell (106).
Hirman had the longest putt on hole 9; Ashlin had a birdie on hole 6; and Aden had a chip-in on hole 18, and Hirman on holes 3 and 15.
Howard’s Barn Women’s League
Carole Lieske had the longest drive and Geri Seaberg the longest putt in Fairways at Howard’s Barn Women’s League action Tuesday, July 2. Play of the day was longest drive on hole 2 and longest putt on hole 5.
Fairways will host the Triangle Tournament on Tuesday, July 16, with the Emily and Crosswoods leagues as guests.
Howard’s Barn Men’s League
The team of Bing Brodzinski, Ken Lieske and Jerry Silbaugh won the Fairways at Howard’s Barn Men’s League play of the day Wednesday, July 3, which was low team net using all scores.
Second-place team included John Driscoll, John Person and Tom Yurek. Sig Anderson, Jim Rauenhorst and Woody Woodwick took third.
Lieske had the longest putt on hole 9; Brodzinski had a chip-in on hole 5, and Rauenhorst on hole 2.
The league needs more members. Tee off is at 8:30 a.m. Wednesdays.
Birch Bay women's social
Barb Heck nailed the longest drive during the June 19 Birch Bay Golf Resort women’s social. Ardis Wulf sank the longest putt during the June 26 event.
Four area girls compete at state
Emily Israelson shot a 75 and Maggie Heggerston was two shots back after Monday’s first round of the Minnesota Junior girls state championship at Baker National Golf Club in Medina.
Israelson out of the Vintage at Staples shot nines of 39-36 to find herself in third place and for shots back of Katherine Smith of Ironman Golf Course.
Heggerston playing out of Cragun’s Legacy Courses entered Tuesday’s second round alone in fifth place with her 77.
Jenny Muesing, also playing out of Cragun’s, shot an opening-round 83, while Savannah Stone of Crosswoods Golf Course fired an 84.
Heggerston in junior tourney
Maggie Heggerston of Pequot Lakes and Jennifer Muesing of Baxter competed in the U.S. Junior Girls Amateur Championship Qualifying July 2 at Monticello Country Club.
Heggerston shot 41-43—84 and tied for 19th place. Muesing finished 24th as she shot 43-45—88.
Lakes Area Cup results
Joe Foley fired a tournament best 73 and Sarah Sontowski shot an 85 to capture the boys’ and girls’ divisions during the second round of the Brainerd Lakes Cup July 7 at Grand View Lodge’s The Pines.
Foley fired nines of 36-37 to beat out Pete Dahl, who won the boys’ 16-over division with a 75. Max LaBrine finished third overall for the boys with a 76.
Sontowski shot nines of 39-46 to top Amanda Nies by three strokes.
Results from July 7:
Girls: Sarah Sontowski 85, Amanda Nies 88, Alex Stone 97, Lauren Herker 112, Maren Pelowski 121, Maggie Matson 127, Alexandra Nelson 132.
Boys 16 and older: Pete Dahl 75, Dakota Waverek 78, Kyle Quast 78, Trent Hagenson 79, Danny Sontowski 84, Mitch Hagenson 85, Sam Gitchell 89, Jack White 90, Nolan Frank 91, Will Petersen 91, Ethan Neizke 92, Devin Johnson 96, Owen Berg-Arnold 112, Dylan Hawkins 126.
Boys 14-15: Joe Foley 73, Max Labine 76, Tom Peterson 82, Kyle Och 89, Branden Metz 96, Jake Hodge 97, Josh Howenson 99, Logan Waidelich 109, Ian Foster 131.
Boys 12-13: Danny Olson 90, Jack Evans 91, Joe Stolski 99, Michael Bostrom 101, Luke Johnson 105, Alex Stirewalt 106, Luke Anderson 113, Kyle Bahr 149.
Holes in one
Doug McNosky of Fridley aced the 135-yard 15th hole at Crosswoods Golf Course in Crosslake on Friday, July 5.
Bill Yutz of Rogers aced the 145-yard sixth hole at Crosswoods Golf Course in Crosslake on Wednesday, July 3, using a 7-wood.
Jim Nord, Elk River, aced the 180-yard first hole at Madden’s Pine Beach East course July 2 with a Calloway Razor 4.
Nick Schulte, Cold Spring, aced the 138-yard 11th hole on Bobby’s course at Cragun’s Legacy Courses July 4 using a 9-iron.
T.J. Ringwelski, Maple Grove, aced the 105-yard eighth hole on Dutch’s course at Cragun’s Legacy Courses July 5 using a 60-degree club.
McLean Donnelly, St. Paul, aced the 166-yard second hole on the Marsh course at the Pines at Grand View Lodge July 5 using a 6-iron.