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Golf leagues-May 21, 2015

Crosswoods Men's League Neal Bailey was player of the day Thursday, May 14, with a low net round of 66 in Crosswoods Men's League action. Game of the day was "3-2-1 variable best ball." Dan Schlapkohl had the individual low net on the front nine ...

Crosswoods Men's League

Neal Bailey was player of the day Thursday, May 14, with a low net round of 66 in Crosswoods Men's League action. Game of the day was "3-2-1 variable best ball."

Dan Schlapkohl had the individual low net on the front nine and Jim Mateyka on the back nine, both with 30.

The team of Bailey, Bob McPherson, Bob Eng and Al Stans was first on the front nine. The team of Steve Laak, Dave Schrupp, Don Rother and Schlapkohl was first on the back nine and second on the front nine.

The team of Ray Elie, John Pribyl, Randy Kraft and Earl Vanhorn was second on the back nine.

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John Antos and Jerry Bourassa were closest to the pin. Schlapkohl and Jim Ritter had the longest putts.

Mateyka was player of the day Tuesday, May 12, with a low net of 61. Game of the day was "3 best balls of 4." Mateyka had the individual low net on the front nine and Roger Coult on the back nine, both with 29.

The team of John Jensen, Kraft, Laak and Jim Fraser was first on the front nine and second on the back nine. The team of Gene Guthmueller, Dave Oleson, McPherson and Coult was first on the back nine and second on the front nine.

Oleson and Schrupp were closest to the pin. Ritter and Guthmueller had the longest putts. Mateyka and Roger Weiss each had a chip-in for birdie.

New members are welcome at 8 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Crosswoods Women's 9-Hole League

The 2015 season opened with 22 golfers playing the game of the day, "throw out the worst 3 holes for individual low net." The low net winners per team were Sue Mitsch, Ardis Thompson, Karen Appel, Ann Schrupp, Tracy Nelson and a tie for Georgi Ashlin and Lila Kersey.

Kersey also had the first birdie of the season.

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New players are invited to join at any time. Tee times for both the 9-hole league on Wednesdays and the 18-hole league on Mondays are 9 a.m. with registration at 8:15 a.m.

Whitefish Women 18-Hole League

Seventeen players made up six teams that participated in the Whitefish Women's 18-Hole League's welcome back scramble Wednesday, May 13.

Winners were: first, Patty Kline, Nancy Schmidt and Darlene Bonnema; second, Anita Stensby, Nancy McEnroe and Joi Brandt.

The league welcomes new members throughout the season. Anyone interested in the league may contact the Whitefish Pro Shop at 218-543-4900 or pick up information at the pro shop.

Whitefish Women 9-Hole League

The Women of Whitefish Golf Course invite all women golfers in the area to join the 9-hole league, whose season is May to September. But it's never too late to join.

The league plays weekly on Wednesdays with monthly luncheons in the club's restaurant. Fun events are scheduled throughout the season. This is a non-intimidating league with players of every skill level.

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Membership is $30 and prizes are awarded monthly. New members are mentored by existing members. Weekly attendance is not a requirement; play when you can.

Anyone interested in joining the league should call Susan Beilfuss at 218-963-6028, Shelia Speedling at 218-765-3750 or the clubhouse at 218-543-4900.

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