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Golf leagues-Aug. 20, 2015

Black Bear Women's League The Black Bear Women's League played bingo, bango, bungo; first on the green, closest to the pin, and first in the cup. There was a three-way tie with 10 points each between Sue Riley, Mary Jane Regan and Carol Lovro. Ja...

From left, Championship Flight finalists, Champion Cathy Munger, Barb Hanson and Marty Moakley.Submitted photo
From left, Championship Flight finalists, Champion Cathy Munger, Barb Hanson and Marty Moakley.Submitted photo

Black Bear Women's League

The Black Bear Women's League played bingo, bango, bungo; first on the green, closest to the pin, and first in the cup. There was a three-way tie with 10 points each between Sue Riley, Mary Jane Regan and Carol Lovro.

Jane Bigalk and Lovro had birdies. Bigalk won low putts with 15.

Crosswoods Men's 18-Hole League

The Crosswoods Men's 18-Hole League met Tuesday, Aug. 11, for a game of team quota, where each player accumulates Stableford points toward an individual quota determined by reference to his handicap. Team score is the sum of the players' Stableford points vs. their quotas.

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First place team was Ray Elie, Ed Kellogg, Bob Jones and Gary Villella shooting a +20.

Second place went to Randy Kraft, Jim Ritter, Lenny Rau and a blind draw at a +19.

Third place was Jerry Benson, Dave Schrupp, Bob McPherson and Ken Olsen, netting a +13.

Fourth place was the team of Jerry Martin, Dale Stevens, Nick Loscheider and a blind draw, finishing at +8.

Fifth-place team consisted of John Ritter, Loyal Meech, Palmer Sorenson and Pat McAlpine, finishing the day at a +7.

Closest to the pin shots were carded by Chet Herrboldt, Kraft, John Antos and Rau. Longest putts were sunk by Dave Branum and Darren Schlapkohl.

There were four chip-ins for birdies on the day recorded by Herrboldt, Elie, Daryl Anderson and Jay Frane.

The best score vs. quota was also recorded on the day. First place went to Kraft, shooting a +13. Second place was Leon Nichols in a +10 tiebreaker against Elie.

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The league met again Thursday, Aug. 13, for a round of 1-2-3 variable best ball.

First place on the front and back 9 went to the team of Stevens, Kellogg, McPherson and Villella. Second place on the front 9 went to Olsen, Steve Laak, Schlapkohl and Ritter.

Second place for the back 9 was Don Miller, John Jensen, Rich Yaeger and Jack Krasky.

Closest tee-shots to the pin went to Jim Fraser, Neal Bailey and Laak. Longest putts on the day went to Roger Weis, Sorenson and Villella.

Jim Fraser recorded a chip-in for birdie.

McPherson shot the individual low net for the front, while Villella had the low net on the back. Individual low net on the whole round went to Villella.

New members are welcome Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 a.m.

Crosswoods Women's League

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The Crosswoods Women's League hosted a special event, called the Par 3 ParTee: Hawaiian Style. The women dressed in their finest Hawaiian outfits and played a round of golf on the par 3 course. Golfers had to putt with whiffle balls and pineapples, but if they missed the putt, they had to hula.

First prize went to Ann Schrupp.

There was a tie for player sporting the best Hawaiian outfit between Pat Olson and Cheryl Fraser.

Beryl Roe had the longest putt on the day.

The Pity Party Traveling Pig award went to Marsha Schoeb.

Emily Greens Leagues

Results from the week of Aug. 11:

Tuesday Morning Men's League - 8:30 a.m.

First place: Bill Wroblewski, Robin Mostrom, Elmer Johnson, Don Atwater and Mike Oelrich.

Second place: Larry Wickstrom, Jerry Hagel, Tom Walker and Bob Elliot.

Third place: Larry Neer, Willis Berndt, Al Schewe and Pat O'Conner.

Fourth place: Lovell Baker, Milt Beyer, Pete Ziegler, Bill Dehnert and Jerry Johnson.

Fifth place: Roger Richters, Tim Donnay, Bob Matherne and Jack Schuller.

Closest to the pin: Dick Hubbard, Keith Walker and Mike Oelrich. Long putt: Ron Germann. Chip ins: Bruce Nelson, Charley Peterson and Jim Schallman.

Tuesday Morning Back 9 League - 10:30 a.m.

First place: Gary Nelson, Schewe, Jack Helmen and Donnay,

Second place: Wroblewski, Charley Peterson, Neer and Bob Ecklund.

Third place: Hagel, John Harris, Ziegler and Ernie Morreim.

Wednesday Night Women's League

Canceled because of weather.

Thursday Morning Women's League

This was week 2 of tournament play. Eileen Jensen and Karla Blevins had chip-ins. Blevins also had a birdie.

Whitefish Women's 18-Hole League

The Whitefish Women's 18-Hole League participated in the Whitefish Women's League Championship on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 11-12.

Cathy Munger secured the champion low gross for the second year in a row, with a two-day gross score of 168, closely followed by Barb Hanson with a gross of 169 for second low gross in Flight A.

In Flight B, Barb Holubar shot an 85 on the second day of the tournament to score a gross of 178, taking first place in her flight. Maxine Riches took first low net with 144, and Susan Walstrom took second low net with 151.

Joan Kantos took low gross in Flight C, with a gross of 182. Helen McGrath scored a net 143 for first low net, and Cheryl Bontrager had a net 148 to take second low net.

Flight D low gross winner, with 197, was Carol Germann. Myra Faust took first low net with 150; Linda Randall took second low net with 151; and Diane Giefer took third low net with 152. Due to the higher number of players in this flight, there was an additional net winner.

In Flight E, Sandy Meyer took low gross with 224. Low net winners were Connie Weber with 161, and Joi Brandt with 170.

Kantos shot the lowest net score of the two-day tournament with 138.

On the first day of the tournament, Giefer, Munger and Hanson recorded birdies. On the second day of the event, Holubar marked one and Bontrager marked one as well.

Dorie Kaleva chipped-in on day one. Anita Stensby recorded a chip-in on day one, and another on day two. Hanson also carded a chip-in from the sand.

Whitefish Women's 9-Hole League

Whitefish Golf Course held its annual all league two-day championship challenge Aug. 11-12. The women's 9-hole league's new champion is Carol Lovro.

In Flight 1, the first low net was Sue Loechler, second place went to Nelly Carnahan, and third place went to Kathy Larson.

In Flight 2, Barb Wetter took first, Mary Bender took second and Sue Beilfuss took third.

In Flight 3, first low net went to Barbie Swenson, followed by Sharon Chupurdia and third was Susan Swanson.

To join the league, call the pro shop at 218-543-4900, Sue Beilfuss at 218-963-6028 or Sheila Speedling at 218-765-3750.

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