Area Golf: Fuhr Insurance regains lead

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EAST GULL LAKE — Fuhr Insurance just won’t go away.

The team rallied Thursday, Aug. 18, to take a 1.5-point lead with just one week remaining in the Cragun’s Legacy Courses men’s league.

Big Wood is in second place followed by State Farm Insurance in third and Von Hanson’s Meats in fourth.

Tim Johnson and Matt Ruis were the low gross performers while Mike Demuth and Bernie McDonough fired the low net scores.

Paul Means and Drew Boland were closest to the pin and Brian Stenglein and Joe Mooney made the longest putts.


Legacy women

EAST GULL LAKE — Karissa Haugen, Teah Rardin, Rachel Martin, Sara Simon and Heather Corey fired a 27 Tuesday, Aug. 16, for the low team score on Course 3 during the Cragun’s Legacy Courses Women’s Night scramble.

Danielle Sazama, Heather Bender, Jvonne Dunphy, Ashley Pietig and Christy Winegar shot 31 on Course Two to win that team title.

Carna Linn and Erin LePage hit the longest drives. Megan Hennen made the longest putt and Janet Horn was closest to the pin.

On the Par 3 Course, the team of Tina Johnson, Mary Ambrose and Kristy Anderson shot a 28 to win the team title.

Brenda Miller sank the longest putt and Bonnie Brandon was closest to the pin.

Madden’s men

EAST GULL LAKE — Ted Anderson defeated Deryl Ramey 1-up to win the Masters Flight of the Pine Beach Men’s Club Championship Thursday, Aug. 18, at Madden’s Resort.

Rod Baakkonen topped Rod Windjue 1-up to claim the Players Flight. Josh Bacon defeated Jeremiah Miller 3&2 for the Chairmans Flight. The Presidents Flight went to Greg Lange who bettered Joe Ellstrom 2-up.

The Madden’s Flight is still undetermined as Randy Narlock and Gregg McFarland stand all square.


Wayne Carner, Ron Getchell and Scott Juranek all claimed two skins and Jerry Gumphrey collected one.

The event for Thursday, Aug. 25, at Madden’s will be ABCD 4-man Texas Scramble.

Whitefish women

PEQUOT LAKE — Cathay Munger fired rounds of 82-84 for a two-day 166 to win the club championship for the Whitefish Women’s 18-hole League Wednesday, Aug. 17.

Munger was followed by Nancy McEnroe. Debbie Enger was the low net champion.

Mary Dougherty shot a 184 to win the second flight title. Julie Hofstedt won the low net title with Luann Rickert in second.

Joe Brandt shot a 180 to claim the third flight title. Connie Weber carded the low net and Sally Ekman was second.

Munger, Brandt and Barb Holubar all made chip ins.


Kermit Nedrebo, Arthur, North Dakota, aced the 130-yard eighth hole of Madden’s Pine Beach East on Aug. 18 using a 3-wood.

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