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Golf League Results: Aug. 12, 2022

Results from various leagues at local golf courses

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Crosswoods Men’s League

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Game of the Day: 3 Best Net Balls of 4

First place – Sunrise: Steve Sandberg, Neil Smith, Jim Mateyka, Dave Barnes (Blind draw)

First place – Sunset: Jim Wiesner, Dave Barnes, John Pribyl, Gary Hein

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Second place – Sunrise: Jim Wiesner, Dave Barnes, John Pribyl, Gary Hein

Second place – Sunset: Jim Ritter, Terry Nygaard, Al Olson, Larry Koenig

Closest to pin: Chuk Hamilton, Neil Smith, Jim Mateyka, Gary Norman

Longest putt: Jim Fraser

Low Net – High Noon: Gary Patrick - 30

Low Net – Sunset: Tony Coffey - 30

Player of the Day: Gary Hein – 65 (tiebreaker with Joel Fevold)

Low Gross: Gary Norman - 74

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Thursday, Aug. 4

Game of the Day: Team Low Net

First place – Sunrise: Micke Juillerat, Lee Parkin, Jay Wiltrout, Al Olson

First place – High Noon: Jerry Graham, Tom Porter, Ray Elie, Tony Leifeld

Second place – Sunrise: Jerry Graham, Tom Porter, Ray Elie, Tony Leifeld

Second place – High Noon: Jeff Helland, Terry Nygaard, Bob Johnson, Mic Tchida

Closest to pin: Palmer Sorenson, Lenny Rau, Randy Johnson, Micke Juillerat

Longest putt: Tom Porter, Jim Wiesner

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Low Net – High Noon: Micke Juillerat – 32 (tiebreaker with Jim Fraser & Jay Wiltrout)

Low Net – High Noon: Rick Hammer – 33 (tiebreaker with Wayne Henquinet)

Player of the Day: Micke Juillerat – 67

Low Gross: Gary Norman - 80

Crosswoods Women’s League

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Game of the Day: 9 Hole Par 4's Team Low Net

First place: Tracy Nelson, Debbie Patrick, Bonnie Coffey,, Rose Ann Stans

Second place: Liz Luskey, Mary Daniels, Cheryl Fraser, Karen Appel

Third place: Christina Steigauf, Cincy Vanhorn, Beryl Roe, Michele Kohler

Individual Low Net: Cherri Tiggelaar

Individual Low Gross: Tracy Nelson

Birdies: Cherri Tiggelaar, Sunset No. 2

Whitefish Men’s League

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Game of the Day: 2-Person Team Quota (by Flight)

Flight 1

First place: Rich Kastner, Tom Olson

Second place: Tom Boyce, Mike Sitzer

Third place: Dan Fackler, David Duncan

Flight 2

First place: Gary Amundson, Mike Einan

Second place: Darrell Swanson, Duane Frion

Third place: Mike Rancour, Duane Helfenstein

Closest to the pin: Tim Hubbard, Hole No. 17; Ron Meyer, Hole No. 4

Longest putt: Bruce Bissonnette, Hole No. 10; Darrell Swanson, Hole No. 8

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Results from various leagues at local golf courses
Results from various leagues at local golf courses
Results from various leagues at local golf courses
Results from various leagues at local golf courses
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Scheffler stood at 19-under par and Schauffele was at 18 under with six holes left to complete, the most of any of the 14 golfers remaining on the course.
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Scheffler led the field by as many as 8 strokes early in the 2nd round
Results from various leagues at local golf courses

Whitefish Women’s Leagues

18-Hole League

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Game of the Day: Team Lone Ranger.

First place: Barb Hanson, Paula Guiliford, Joi Brandt, Dorie Kaleva

Second place: Joyce Fleck, Myra Faust, Nancy Schmidt, Bev Prueher

Third place: Mary Dougherty, Julie Hofstadt, Cheryl Bontrager, Sally Ekman

Low Net: Sherri Adam (68)

Birdies: Mary Dougherty, Julie Hofstedt, Debbie Enger, Barb Hanson, Nancy Schmidt, Bev Prueher

Chip-ins: Enga Wodziak, Barb Hanson.

9-Hole League

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Game of the Day: Odd Hole

First place: Brenda Hein

Second place: Susan Swanson

Third place: Anita Boldt

Low Net: Brenda Hein

Birdies: Jane Hurinenko, Anita Boldt.

Chips-ins: Julie Achterkirch, Sandy Frion, Betty Schroeder, Carol Bjugan, Carol Younce.

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