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Golf League Results: July 27, 2022

Results from various leagues at local golf courses

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Crosswoods Men’s League

Tuesday, July 19

Game of the Day: 16 Hole Team Low Net

First place – High Noon: Jim Ritter, Mike Ritter: Jim Fraser, Bill Herrick

First place – Sunset: Dale Edlefson, Neil Smith, Jack Krasky, Dave Oleson

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Second place – High Noon: LeRoy Smoley, Jerry Williams, Dave Liese, Gary Villella

Second place – Sunset: Roger Klukow, Casey McChesney, Dave Barnes, Mic Tchida

Closest to pin: John Thorvilson, Lenny Rau, Ray Elie, Jim Mateyka

Longest putt: Roger Klukow, Mike Kinsella

Low Net – High Noon: Randy Kraft (33)

Low Net – Sunset: Barney Moormann (31)

Player of the Day: Neil Smith (68)

Low Gross: Randy Kraft (79)

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Thursday, July 21

Game of the Day: Best 3 of 4 balls

First place – Sunrise: Tom Smith, Bill Herrick, Chuck Hamilton, Gary Norman

First place – Sunset: Greg Jorvig, Dan Temple, Mike Kinsella, Jack Krasky

Second place – Sunrise: Wayne Pacyga, Bob Johnson, Dave Barnes, Jim Ritter

Second place – Sunset: Tom Smith, Gary Norman, Bill Herrick, Chuck Hamilton

Closest to pin: Bob Johnson, Bob Johnson, Bob Hinkley, Jerry Williams

Longest putt: Jerry Graham, Dan Temple

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Low Net – Sunrise: Dave Branum (27)

Low Net – High Noon: Dan Temple (34)

Player of the Day: Dave Branum (62)

Low Gross: Dave Branum (71)

Crosswoods Women’s League

Monday, July 18

Game of the Day: 2 Best Balls of 3

First place: Mary Daniels, Ardis Thompson, Joanne Sundem

Second place: Cheri Tiggelaar, Sandy Melberg, Jan McChesney

Third place: Cheryl Fraser, Judy Nicholas, Debbie Patrick

Individual Low Net: Joan Baker

Low Gross: Joan Baker

Wednesday, July 20

Game of the Day: 3 Best Balls of 4

First place: Sue Mitsch, Cheryl Tiggelaar, Marlene Miller

Second place: Lisa Weber, Cincy Vanhorn, Nancy Barnes

Third place: Susan Gahn, Tracy Nelson, Christina Steigauf

Individual Low Net: Vicki Nygaard

Low Gross: Tracy Nelson

Birdies: Cincy Vanhorn, Sunset No. 2; Susan Gahn, Sunset No. 6

Whitefish Men’s League

Tuesday, July 19

Game of the Day: Low individual net by flight

Flight 1

First place: Jim Bydlon

Second place: Bill Pool

Third place: Tom McGrath

Flight 2

First place: Tom Otteson

Second place: Dave Duncan

Third place: Gary Kipling

Flight 3

First place: Duane Helfenstein

Second place: Tom Schroeder

Third place: Marv Bjugan

Flight 4

First place: Mike Einen

Second place: Mike Rancour

Third place: Tom Baker

Proximities

Closest to the pin

Hole No. 12: Brian Hanson

Hole No. 7: Don Craig

Longest putt

Hole No. 9: Sam Kantos

Hole No. 18: Mike Sitzer

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Third annual event was at Crosswoods golf course
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, July 20

Game of the Day: Low Net Individual

Flight 1

First place: Barb Holubar

Second place: Barb Hanson

Third place: Julie Hofstedt

Flight 2

First place: Anita Stensby

Second place: Cheryl Bontrager

Third place: Pam Musielewicz

Flight 3

First place: Wendy Markham

Second place: Dorie Kaleva

Third place: Betsy Otteson

Low Net: Anita Stensby.

Birdies: Barb Holubar, Myra Faust, Barb Hanson, Betsy Ottenson, Debbie Enger

Chip-ins: Myra Faust, Mary Dougherty, Enga Wodziak

9-Hole League

Wednesday, July 20

Game of the Day: Bingo, Bango Bongo

First place: Sue Farrell

Second place: Clarise Skalman

Third place: Ruth Klukow

Low net: Mardy Brodl

Chip-ins: Carol Lovro, Clarise Skalman

Emily Greens Leagues

Tuesday Morning Men’s League

First place: Al Schewe, Tom Walker, Tom Rollinson, Keith Walker

Second place: Roger Brekken, Dave Merta, Rick Jacobson, Keith Petron

Third place: Gary Nelson, Jerry Booth, Johne Geithman, Clayton Peltier

Fourth place: Lenny Deshayes, Scott Balthazor, Dean Kapler, John Benson

Longest putt: Keith Walker

Closest to the pin, No. 1: Wayne Seiffert

Closest to the pin, No. 3: Paul Jenson

Closest to the pin, No. 9: Dave Merta

Chip-ins: Jim Schallman (2), Gary Nelson, Scott Balthazor, Tom Rollinson

Tuesday Morning Back 9 League

First place: Gary Nelson, Tom Rollinson, Keith Petron, Jim Wick

Second place: Kim Bachman, Paul Jenson, Mike Brown, Craig Larson

Third place: Jerry Booth, Charlie Peterson, Rick Jacobson, Scott Balthazor

Tuesday Evening Men’s League / Wednesday Morning Men’s League 

Skins: Doug Harren, Chris Olander

Proxy Winners: Jake Appel, Brett Midthune

Wednesday Morning Men’s League / Wednesday Morning Men’s League 

Skins: Don Rodi, Bob Ecklund, Keith Petron

Proxy Winners: Bob Ecklund

Wednesday Evening Women’s League  

Play of the Day: Total Score less 2 Holes

Winners: Nancy Knox, Nancy Kruse, Jane Mckinley

Thursday Morning Women’s League 

Play of the Day: Cha Cha

Winners: Mikie Walker, Polly Abler, Sharon Kampschroder, Eileen Springer, Barb Heck, Kathy Ecklund, Jane Baker, Joanne Walker

Chip-ins: Lorrie Rode

Hole-in-One

Jeffrey Bennett of Savage aced the 197-yard Hole No. 14 at The Classic Golf Course at Madden’s Golf Resort on Saturday, July 16. He used a 5-iron.

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