GOLF ROUNDUP: Halverson Law makes run on league leader
A convincing 33.5-19 victory over American National Bank July 28, has Halverson Law Office just 0.5 points behind standings leader GL Sports after week 14 of men’s league at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
GL Sports topped Team PSP 22-20 to remain in the lead. Deerwood Bank, which lost to Shep’s on 6th 22-19 is in third place.
Results from July 28:
GL Sports 22, Team PSP 20
Bremer Bank 25.0, US Bank 17.5
First Security Agency 25.0, Colonial Life 10.5
Shep’s 23.5, Deerwood Bank 19
Von Hanson’s 26.5, People’s Security 19
Thelen Heating 24, Edward Jones 22
Team Legacy 21, Kavanaugh’s Resort 20.5
Halverson Law 33.5, American National 19
GL Sports 132.0
Halverson Law 131.5
Deerwood Bank 120.0
Von Hanson’s 116.0
American National 114.0
Kavanaugh’s Resort 113.5
Bremer Bank 112.5
Edward Jones 111.0
Shep’s on 6th 108.0
US Bank 107.0
People’s Security 105.5
Team PSP 101.5
First Security 99.5
Thelen Heating 86.5
Team Legacy 81.0
Colonial Life 80.5
Low net: Scott Stroot 31, Justin Sourdiff 31, Mike Sands 32
Low Gross: Tyler Monda 34
Closest to pin: Justin Simon (2)
Longest putt: Tim Johnson
GL Sports vs. Halverson Law
Bremer Bank vs. Team Legacy
Colonial Life vs. Edward Jones
Deerwood Bank vs. People’s Security
Von Hanson’s vs. Shep’s
Thelen Heating vs. First Security
Kavanaugh’s vs. US Bank
American National vs. Team PSP
Lynn Wikelius, Kelli Wikelius, Jami Wallgren and Katie Olson shot a 29 to win the four-person scramble event July 26 on the Par 3 Course during women’s night at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
Olson helped the cause by collecting both the longest putt and closest to the pin contests.
On Bobby’s Legacy, the team of Chris Quinn, Rhonda Mareck, Lottie Oerhlein, Kari Anderson and Nadine Fraki shot 33 for first place.
Mareck made the longest putt and Dawn Wiebusch was closest to the pin.
The Aug. 9 event will be scavenger scramble with a crazy hat theme.
Breezy Point men
Commander/JJ’s topped Thomas Law 8-4 July 28 to secure a 4.5-point lead over the field in the men’s league at Breezy Point Resort.
Thomas Law remains in second place with Billy’s Buddies, who defeated Dockside 8.5-3.5, in third.
Results from July 28:
Commander/JJ’s 8, Thomas Law 4
Billy’s Buddies 8.5, Dockside 3.5
Billy’s Bar and Grill 8, Mills Motor 4
Thomas Law 23.5
Billy’s Buddies 21
Billy’s Bar and Grill 14
Mills Motor 12
0-6 handicap: Wayne Massie 31
7-10 handicap: Darryl Morgan 32, Jim Fischer 32
11-over: Dick Polsfuss 27
Longest putts: Dale Tiedeman, Ron Oseland, Mick McBrien, Denny Langerman, Harold Palmer
Closest to pin: Palmer
Commander/JJ’s vs. Billy’s Buddies
Dockside vs. Mills Motor
Thomas Law vs. Datam
Billy’s Bar and Grill — bye
Breezy Point women
Bernie Brown of Wapicada shot a 70 for medalist honors during the July 28 Breezy Point Resort women’s golf league invitational at Whitebirch Golf Course.
Brown teamed with Bernie Rolle, also of Wapicada, to place first in the first flight for the two-person best ball event with a 57.
Second went to Maxine Riches and Mimi Swanson of Whitefish. Joan Hasskamp and Deb Enger of Cuyuna Country Club placed third.
Bunny Oseland and Sandy O’Day of Breezy Point Resort won the second flight with a 59. Nancy Schmidt and Marguerite Baker of Whitefish placed second. Ruth Tiedeman and Bonnie Pearson finished third.
Jean Carlson and Barb Matanich of Eagle Ridge won flight three followed by Judy Bryan and Bev Jones of Eagle Ridge and Char Dalbec of Monticello and Gloria Dalber of Crosswoods in third.
Gloria Thomas of Breezy Point and Mary Boeder of Whitefish won the fourth flight. Sue Adamson and Joe Brandt of Breezy Point finished second with Kathy McTague and Judi Moravec of Breezy Point in third.
Kathy Zender and Linda Esser of Breezy Point won the fifth flight. Linda Betker and Ellen Koshenina of Breezy Point placed second and Harriet Mouw and Jean Westerman finished third.
Other winners included:
In the circle: Rolle, Marguerite Baker, Sharon Woods
Longest putts: Mary Morgan, Brown
Longest drive: Brown, Moravec
Closest to pin: Gloria Thomas, Mouw
Closest to line: Audrey Schepper
Barb Hanson shot 84 to win the flight A of the shamble event July 28 during the Rally for the Cure event for the Whitefish women 18-hole league.
Marty Moakley was second followed by Maxine Riches in third.
Marlys Guse won flight B followed by Betsy Otteson and Linda Randall. Diane Giefertook won flight C with Nancy Schmidt finishing second and Sharon Sullivan in third.
Judy Eastwood captured flight D with Sandy Meyer in second and Sharon Keister in third.
Eastwood also won a Cleveland hybrid as she was the low overall net with her 56.
Marguerite Baker, Lois Haglund, Helen McGrath, Mimi Swanson, Anita Stensby, Guse, Sullivan, Moakley and Hanson all hit the green on hole 12.
Schmidt, Eastwood (2), McGrath, Randall, Guse (2), Sandy Meyer and Moakley all carded birdies with Keister sinking a chip.
The team of Pam Musielewicz, Rox Thompson, Bunny Caughey and Carol Pierzinski won the Go Red golf tournament July 26 at Madden’s Pine Beach East Golf Course.
Finishing second in the tournament that raises funds for the American Heart Association, was the team of Susan Finley, Nancy Schmidt, Maxine Riches and Jane Guild.
Nancy Gulbrandson was closest to the pin and Cathy Gray sank the longest putt.
Dean Gasser, Dave Sufka, Dave Dahl, Morris Miller, Dick Haynes, Bob Rogers, Gordy Johnson, Tom Sedgwick, Tom Kientzle, Ken Benson, Harold Asmus and Randy Cote captured the Gene Anderson Ryder Cup event July 28 at Grand View Lodges’ The Pines Golf Course.
Legacy junior championship
Faith Bohnenstingl shot a 46 and Vishal Suthram a 36 for first-place finishes in their divisions during the Legacy junior golf championship July 27 at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
Bohnenstingl was followed by Angela Lacy and Abby Pohlkamp in the girls 10-14 age bracket.
Suthram was followed by Jack Evans in second place and Michael Bohnenstingl in third in the boys 10-14 division.
Linsey Proctor shot a 25 to win the girls 6-9 age bracket. Lucy Peterson finished second followed by Taylor Larson in third.
Erik Stoxen carded a 15 for first in the boys 6-9 division. Evan Quinn placed second and Eric Pohlkamp third.
Pat Pauman, Baxter, aced the 157-yard fifth hole at Eagles Landing July 28 using a 5-iron.
Jim McArthur, Lake Shore, aced the 152-yard fifth hole of the Woods Course July 28 at Grand View Lodges’ The Pines Golf Course.
Mark Seagren, Eagan, aced the 135-yard 17th hole of the Dutch Legacy at Cragun’s Legacy Courses July 31 using an 8-iron.
Bailey Hollencamp, Sartell, aced the 91-yard eighth hole of the Dutch Legacy