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Area Golf: BSN holds league lead

By the narrowest of margins, BSN Sports leads the Legacy men’s league after the April 26 second round at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.

D&D Exteriors is 0.5 points behind in second with Edward Jones in third at 51.25 points

Results from April 26:

Team results

First Security 29, People’s Security 15

Mulligan’s 27, Colonial Life 13

Halverson Law 25, Shep’s on 6th 19

US Bank 25, Applebee’s 19

Deerwood Bank 25, American National 19

D&D Exteriors 24, Edward Jones 20

BSN Sports 23.5, Von Hanson’s 20.5

Thelen Heating 22.5, Bremer Bank 21.5

Team standings

BSN Sports 54.5

D&D Exteriors 54

Edward Jones 51.25

Von Hanson’s 48.75

People’s Security 44

US Bank 44

Halverson Law 44

First Security 42.75

Bremer Bank 42

Deerwood Bank 42

Applebee’s 41.75

Shep’s on 6th 41.5

Thelen Heating 38.25

Mulligan’s 38

Colonial Life 35.5

American National 33.,75

Individual results

Closest to pin: Eric Pion

Closest to pin: John Ohlin

Longest putt: Curt Baier Jr.

Thursday’s matchups

Halverson Law vs. Applebee’s

Thelen Heating vs. Von Hanson’s Meats

American National vs. Mulligan’s

Deerwood Bank vs. Colonial Life

Bremer Bank vs. BSN Sports

Shep’s on 6th vs. US Bank

Edward Jones vs. First Security

D&D Exteriors vs. People’s Security

Free Golf anyone?

Madden’s Resort in East Gull Lake will offer free golf on Madden’s Pine Beach West on May 13 — Mother’s Day.

Carts are additional. For a tee time call Madden’s Resort (218) 829-2811.

Breezy Point women

to begin season

The Breezy Point women’s league will host its spring luncheon 11:30 a.m. May 10 at Billy’s Restaurant in Breezy Point.

Interested players can RSVP Sylvia Schmitt at (218) 820-0481 or email for a lunch reservation or to join the league.

The nine-hole league plays at 10 a.m. Thursdays beginning May 17. The league alternates playing the Whitebirch and Traditional courses.

An MGA handicap is required.

Golden Eagle

men’s league

The Golden Eagle men’s league will begin its season May 9.

The Wednesday league runs from 8:30-10 a.m. There is no cost to join. League members are also eligible for special club events.

Interested players are asked to sign up by Tuesday of each week. Call the Golden Eagle pro shop at (218) 763-4653.

Bloody Golf

Opener set

The Bloody Golf Opener will be May 20 at Whitefish Golf Club in Pequot Lakes.

The, 18-hole, three-person super scramble will have a flighted payout. That also features a skins game, a $10,000 hole-in-one prize and on-course events.

Entry fee is $45 per player and includes a golf cart, a free sleeve of Titleist ProV1s, a Bloody Mary, dinner and a player’s pass to Whitefish.

For more information call 218-543-4900.


• Justin Simon, Brainerd, aced the 179-yard, 15th hole of Eagles Landing April 17 using an 8-iron.

• Ken Yde, Brainerd, aced the 132-yard, 15th hole of the Dutch Course at Cragun’s Legacy Courses April 20 using a 61-degree wedge.

• John Tyszko, Burnsville, aced the 171-yard 17th hole of the Preserve at Grand View Lodge April 27 using an 8-iron.

• Scott Larkin, Rogers, aced the 148-yard 13th hole of the Preserve at Grand View Lodge April 29 using a 9-iron.

Upcoming events

May 1: Legacy Team Match Play — Cragun’s Legacy Courses

May 5: The Traditional tournament — Breezy Point Resort’s Traditional

May 14: MGA Event — Deacon’s Lodge

May 19-20: Golf Fest — Madden’s Resort

May 19: Spring fling scramble — Emily Greens

May 20: Aitkin Sports Boosters — Cuyuna Country Club

May 20: Bloody Golf Opener — Whitefish Golf Club

May 20: Couples Mixer kickoff — Emily Greens

May 21: MGA Senior Tour — Eagles Landing

May 26: Demo Day — Cragun’s Legacy Courses

May 27: 11th Annual Legacy Spring Challenge — Cragun’s Legacy Courses

May 27: Memorial Weekend Parent/Child tournament — Madden’s Resort

May 28-29: Fred-Mark Charity Invitational — The Pines, Preserve and Deacon’s Lodge

May 29-30: MGA Senior Tour — Madden’s Resort

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