Golf - July 31
Whitefish men Todd Wordelman and Richard Femrite captured the first flight of the two man tango event July 22 during the Whitefish men's league. Tom McGrath and Ed Carpenter placed second followed by Jerry Moja and Erlin Johnson. Tom Baken and Hu...
Todd Wordelman and Richard Femrite captured the first flight of the two man tango event July 22 during the Whitefish men's league.
Tom McGrath and Ed Carpenter placed second followed by Jerry Moja and Erlin Johnson.
Tom Baken and Hugh Wooldridge won the second flight. Bob Beatty and Gary Amudson placed second and Dave Keeling and Dave Lobben third.
Jim DeVinck and James McKeehen won the third flight followed by Mike Carnahan and Stan Michal in second and Bil Anderson and Jim Postlewaite in third.
Greg Lindahl and Paul Beilfuss were pin hunting and Todd Wordelman and Jim Rauenhorst drained the longest putts.
Susan Walstrom collected 39 points to win flight A of the stableford game July 23 during the Whitefish Women's 18-hole league.
Maxine Riches placed second with Barb Holubar winning a tiebreaker for third with Anita Stensby and Ginger Giefer.
Marguerite Baker and Sherrie Adams shared first place honors in flight B. Connie Weber placed third.
Mary Boeder's 40 points were good for the flight C win. Joi Brandt and Judy Eastwood tied for second.
Baker, Adam and Boeder all tied for the day's low net with 68s. Connie Weber shot a 69.
Helen McGrath recorded the only chip in, which resulted in a birdie. Other birdies included Riches, Marty Moakley and Eastwood.
July 30 will be the Make A Wish donation day.
Whitefish Women 9-Hole
The Whitefish Women's 9-Hole League on July 23 played "total par fours," adding net scores of only the par fours. Winners were: first with net scores of 18, Kathy Strampe, Barb Wetter, Janet McDougal and Vicki Dypwick; second with net scores of 21, Ruth Klukow, Delores Rubald, Marge Weigel, Pat Larson and Susan Swanson; third with net scores of 22, Kathy Brodin, Susan Beilfuss and Mary Erickson.
Erickson and Weigel each had a chip-in. Dypwick had the low nine-hole net score of 32.
Breezy Point men
Billy's 2 used a 13-7 victory over Thomas & Severson Law 3 July 24 to build a 1.5-point lead in the Breezy Point Resort men's league standings.
Dirt Busters didn't give up much ground as they beat Mike & Ben 12.5-7.5 to remain in striking distance.
Thomas & Severson Law 2 beat JJ's Pub 13-7 to land in third place.
Results from July 24:
Billy's 2 13, Thomas & Severson Law 3 7; Thomas & Severson Law 1 13, Antlers 7; Thomas & Severson Law 2 13, JJ's Pub 7; Billy's 1 13, Jon & Dave 7; Dirt Busters 12.5, Mike & Ben 7.5; Billy's 3 12.5, Dockside 7.5; Commander 11.5, Double Trouble 8.5
Billy's 2 90, Dirt Busters 88.5, Thomas & Severson Law 2 77.5, Thomas & Severson Law 3 75
Billy's 1 71, Thomas & Severson Law 1 70, Dockside 67.5, Antlers 67, JJ's Pub 66.5, Double Trouble 66.5, Commander 66, Billy's 3 60.5, Mike & Ben 60, Jon & Dave 54
Longest putt: Wally Anderson, Dick Williams; Closest to pin: Brad Cardini, Gene Berry; Low net: Mike Marcum 31
Crosswoods Men's League
Gene Guthmueller had the total round low net (59) as well as the individual low net on both the front (30) and back (29) nines in Crosswoods Men's League action July 22. Game of the day was "1-2-3 variable best ball."
Placing first were the teams of Jay Frane, Dave Schrupp, Nick Loscheider and Guthmueller on the front nine, and John Sesin, John Pribyl, Palmer Sorenson and Gary Hein on the back nine. The team of Jerry Martin, Jay Wiltrout, Don Miller and blind draw was second on both the front and back nines.
Dick Sletten and Sesin were closest to the pin. Jim Mateyka and Joe Smith had longest putts. Sesin and Hein each had a chip-in for birdie.
July 24, the league played "team quota," where each player accumulates Stableford points toward an individual quota determined by reference to his handicap. The team score is the sum of the players' Stableford points vs. their quotas.
Best score vs. quota: first, Terry Nygaard in a scorecard tie-breaker; second, Dave Branum; third, Gary Villella.
Results: first, Nygaard, Loyal Meech, Branum and Al Stans; second, Dave Barnes, Ernie Byerly, Ken Olsen and Villella; third, Chet Herrboldt, Wayne Henquinet, Jim Delaney and Smith; fourth, Martin, Dale Stevens, Loscheider and blind draw.
Ed Kellogg and Jerry Bourassa were closest to the pin. Herrboldt and Loscheider had the longest putts.
Crosswoods Women 9-Hole
Game of the day July 23 was "individual low net." Sue Mitsch was first with 27; Karen Appel took second with 30; Sue Farrell, Dee Dee Johnson and Nancy Meinke tied for third with 32.
Bonnie Anderson, Marlene Miller, Cheri Tiggelaar, Meinke, Marsha Schoeb and Helen Blatz had chip-ins. Bonnie Anderson, Mitsch and Ann Schrupp had birdies.
Crosswoods Women 18-Hole
Game of the day July 21 was "individual low net." Sue Mitsch was first with 61, and she had a birdie. There was a three-way tie for second place at 63 by Nancy Barnes, Judy Hein and Roseann Stans.
Lila Kersey, Cathi Nelson and Sandy Melberg had chip-ins. Renee Aden and Beryl Roe also birdied.
Black Bear Women
Gloria Taylor, Donna Balzer, Cathy Switajewski and Carol Lovro shot a 59 to win the pink ball game during the Black Bear women's 9-hole league.
Gloria Taylor had a chip in and Lila Kersey carded the low putts with 15.
Jacki West, Patty Younghans, Donna Lindberg and Jane Guild shot a team score of 43 to win the 3-3-3 (best ball, scramble, alternate shot) event July 22 during Women's night at Madden's Resort.
Dawn Wiebusch, Carol Vogt, Margie Newpower and Judy Pryor shot 49 for second.
Younghans made the longest putt with Vogt winning the drawing.
Madden's Pink Ribbon Cupboard tournament is scheduled for Sept. 10.
Emily Greens results
League results for the week of July 22:
Tuesday Morning Men's League, 8:30 a.m.
First: Bob Arendt, Elmer Johnson, Don Atwater, Jack Anderson and Mike Oelrich.
Second: Ken Lieske, Pete Ziegler, Paul Jensen and Bob Elliot.
Third: Dave Schwarze, Jerry Hagel, Gene Jensen and Pat O'Conner.
Fourth: Jack Schuller, Al Schewe, Larry Neer, Gary Nelson and Charlie Peterson.
Oelrich, Bob Ecklund and Arendt were closest to the pin. Schwarze had the longest putt. Ernie Morriem and Sid Hughes had chip-ins.
Tuesday Morning Back 9 League, 10:30 a.m.
First: Keith Walker, Oelrich, Elliot and Paul Jensen.
Second: Tim Donnay, Larry Neer, Larry Wickstrom and Ecklund.
Wednesday Night Women's League
Play of the day was "bango-closest to the pin from off the green." Winners were Jan Jurek, Jan Anderson and Sue Degner. Anderson and Becky Guida had chip-ins.
Thursday Morning Women's League, 9 a.m.
Play of the day was "longest drive on #5 in the Fairway." Winners were Barb Schewe, Kathy Ecklund and Muggs Ziegler. Renee Aden, Ecklund, Charly Richters and Ziegler had chip-ins.
Birch Bay results
Vi Anderson and Mary Ann Bauer won the Pink Ball game June 25 during the Birch Bay women's day. Judy Kolstad had a chip in.
On June 18, Barb Heck hit the longest drive and Judy Kolstad and Lyn Schoenebaum both chipped in.
Joyce Evans sank the longest putt on June 4 with Bev Fruth chipping in.
Stoxen, Muesing top finishers
Thomas Stoxen and Jenny Muesing were the top area finishers in the Minnesota Section Junior PGA Players' Tour Series A division. Stoxen, who played in five events, finished 13th in the final season standings with 203.33 total points. Muesing, a fellow Brainerd graduate, finished fourth despite playing in just two events.
Amanda Nies of Breezy Point placed eighth with 102.5 points in five events played. Her top Series place was a tie for second at Moorhead Country Club and a fifth place at The Classic. She did with the junior tour event played at Madden's Pine Beach West.
Denny Martin, Brainerd, aced the 127-yard 15th hole at Eagle's Landing July 24 using an 8-iron.
Bryan Beltrand, Wayzata, aced the 133-yard 17th hole at The Classic at Madden's July 24 using a pitching wedge.
Chuck Kneip, Spring, Texas, aced the 170-yard 12th hole at The Classic at Madden's July 25 using a 2-wood.
Brian Eck of Breezy Point scored his first-ever hole-in-one on the 123-yard first hole at Emily Greens using a 9-iron during the Go Low for Dough Scramble, helping earn his team first place.