Golf League Results: June 9, 2021

Results from various golf leagues in the area

Photo illustration, Metro Creative Graphics, Inc.

Crosswoods Men’s League

Tuesday, June 1

Game of the Day: Team Low Net

First Place – Sunrise: Don Dudley, John Pribyl, Jerry Williams, Jack Sigstad

First Place – High Noon: Jeff Spetz, Lee Parkin, Gary Villella, Mic Tchida


Second Place – Sunrise: Bob Borne, Earl Van Horn, Lenny Rau, Blind Draw Barney Moorman

Second Place – High Noon: Gary Norman, Jim Mateyka, Don Rother, Gary Hein

Closest to pin: Bob Hinkley, Ken Olsen, Jeff Spetz, Dick Sletten

Longest putt: Don Jacobson, Gary Villella

Low Net – Sunrise: Barney Moormann (30)

Low Net – High Noon: Bill Fiedler (32)

Player of the Day: Daryl Thorvilson (66)

Low Gross: Gary Norman (80)


Thursday, June 3

Game of the Day: 3 Best Balls on Par 3s, 4s, 2 Best Balls on Par 5s

First Place – High Noon: Rick Long, Joel Fevold, Barney Moorman, Al Olson

First Place – Sunset: Dick Sletten, Rick Hammer, Bill Herrick, Chuck Hamilton (Blind Draw)

Second Place – High Noon: Dale Federer, Jeff Helland, Dave Peterson, Bill Fiedler

Second Place – Sunset: Jack Larson, Terry Nygaard, Ernie Byerly, Rick Blackmon

Closest to pin: Rick Atkinson, Ken Olsen, Gary Norman, Mark Vannest

Longest putt: Dale Federer, Don Jacobson


Low Net – High Noon: Dan Berg (30)

Low Net – Sunset: Don Jacobson (31)

Player of the Day: Dale Federer (67)

Low Gross: Dale Federer (74)

Crosswoods Women’s League

Monday May 24

Game of the Day: Team Low Net


First Place: Cheri Tiggelaar and Renee Aden

Second Place: Cincy Van Horn, Jan McChesney, Vicki Nygaard, Nancy Meinke

Third Place: Sue Mitsch, Jackie Tenney, Karen Appel

Individual Low Net: Cheri Tiggelaar

Low Gross: Cheri Tiggelaar

Whitefish Women’s Leagues

18-Hole League


Wednesday, June 2

Game of the Day: Individual Low Net

First flight

First place Debbie Enger,

Second place Nancy McEnroe,

Third place Alyssa Sharpe.

Second flight

First place Pam Musielewicz,


Second place Pat McKee,

Third place Kathy Coombs.

Third flight

First place Sherrie Adam,

Second place Ginny Sitzer,

Third place Marguerite Baker.

Birdies: Cathy Munger, Pat Kline, Nancy McEnroe, Debbie Enger, Connie Weber, Mimi Swanson, Luann Rickert, Dori Leininger.

Chip-ins: Pat Kline, Alyssa Sharpe, Luann Rickert, Ginny Sitzer.

9-Hole League

Wednesday, June 2

Game of the Day: Best Ball Team Event

First place: Sally Egan, Marilyn McKeehan, Susan Beilfuss, Judy Thomas (26)

Second place: Jean Swenson, Pat Montgomery, Barbie Swenson, Anita Boldt (27)

Third place: Stephanie Haider, Kathy Keeling, Nancy Carlson, blind draw (27)

Emily Greens Leagues

Tuesday Morning Men’s League

First place: John Benson, Bruce Nelson, Rick Blackmon, Al Schewe

Second place: Bill Wadell, Bill Gamble, Gary Nelson, Ron Ladwig

Third place: Kola Slavin, Tom Rollinson, Don Atwater, Clayton Peltier

Fourth place: Tim Donnay, Orville Griffith, Cy Kruse, Lenny Dehayes

Longest putt: Bruce Nelson

Closest to pin No. 1: Gary Nelson

Closest to pin No. 3: Scott Balthazor

Closest to pin No. 9: Bill Wadell

Eagle: Bill Wadell

Chip-ins: Kola Slavin, Mike Brown, and Jim Schallman

Tuesday Morning Back 9 League

First Place: Mike Brown, Tom Walker, Bob Ecklund, Bruce Nelson

Second Place: Ernie Morreim, John Williams, Kola Slavin, Bruce Nelson

Third place: Scott Balthazor, Tim Donnay, Rick Blackmon, Tom Rollinson

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

Tuesday Markers: Scott Mygeto, Jimmy Vanderark

Tuesday Skins: Robb Pahl

Wednesday Markers: Don Atwater

Wednesday Skins: Don Atwater (2), Bruce Nelson

Wednesday Evening Women’s League

Play of the Day: Fewest putts on Odd Holes

Winners: Barb Ramola, Jan Jurek, Carol Germann, Kathy Pfaff, Marianne Auge, Nancy Kruse

Chip-ins: Barb Ramola

Thursday Morning Women’s League

Play of the Day: Low Team Score

Winners: Marlene Miller, Helen Silva, Lisa Poirier, Lisa Weber

Chip-ins: Kathy Ecklund


Ryan Dainty of Blaine aced the 176-yard Hole No. 18 on the Pine Beach East Course at Maddens Resort on Sunday, May 30. He was using a 7-iron.

Dan Determan has been a reporter for the Echo Journal since 2014, primarily covering sports at Pequot Lakes and Pine River-Backus
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