Area Golf News: Reek, Dunphy shoot low at Cragun's

Legacy women Joe Ellen Reek and Jvonne Dunphy bettered their respective fields during the May 12 Women's Night at Cragun's Legacy Courses. Reek fired a low round of 45 on the Dutch Legacy, while Dunphy's 37 was the low on the Par 3 Course. Rhonda...

Legacy women

Joe Ellen Reek and Jvonne Dunphy bettered their respective fields during the May 12 Women's Night at Cragun's Legacy Courses.

Reek fired a low round of 45 on the Dutch Legacy, while Dunphy's 37 was the low on the Par 3 Course.

Rhonda Mareck and Lottie Oehrlein were closest to the pin on Dutch with Mareck sinking the longest putt.

On the Par 3 Course, Jessica Gangl and Erin Books were closest to the pin and Rene Erlandson made the longest putt.


Breezy Point men

Antler's and Johnson/Toft each collected 13 points to grab the early lead during the Breezy Point Men's League May 13.

Antler's beat Ace Hardware 13-5, while Johnson/Toft downed Berry/Morgan/Wagner 13-5

TSL 3 defeated Billy's 12.5-5.5 to land in third.

Results from May 13:

Team results

Antler's 13, Ace Hardware 5

Johnson/Toft 13, Berry/Morgan/Wagner 5


TSL 3 12.5, Billy's 5.5

Mike/Ben 11.5, Dockside 6.5,

Johnson/Marsolais/Thomas 11, Larson/Maroni/Terry 7

Billy's 4 10, Jewell/Johnson/Greer/Humphrey 8

Double Trouble 10, Commander 8

Ess/Houle 10, D.J. 8

BP Golf Equipment 9, Massie Creek 9

Team standings


Antler's 13

Johnson/Toft 13

TSL 3 12.5

Mike/Ben 11.5

J/M/T 10

Billy's 4 10

Double Trouble 10

Ess/Houle 10

BP Golf Equipment 9

Massie Creek 9

J/J/G/H 8

Commander 8

D.J. 8

L/M/T 6.5

Billy's 5.5

Ace Hardware 5

B/M/W 5

Individual winners:

Longest putt: Paul Houle, Gregg Johnson

Low gross: Dick Williams 37, Joe Kocak 39, Mick McBrien 39

Low net: Gregg Johnson 28, Mark Shervey 33, Mick McBrien 34, Tom Aumock 35

Wednesday's matchups


BP Golf Equipment vs. Billy's 4

Billy's vs. Massie Creek

Antler's vs. J/J/G/H

Commander vs. TSL 3

D.J. vs. Ace Hardware

J/M/T vs. Double Trouble

Johnson/Toft vs. Ess/Houle

Dockside vs. L/M/T

Mike/Ben vs. B/M/W

Madden's women

Madden's Women's League kickoff special is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Pine Beach East course.

There will be a special event following the 9-hole event. There is no fee for Madden's golf members and $25 for the general public.

For more information or to sign up contact Tom Kientzle at or 218-855-5932.

Whitefish women

Patty Kline, Nancy Schmidt and Darlene Bonnema won the welcome back scramble May 13 during the Whitefish Women's 18-hole league.

The team of Anita Stensby, Nancy McEnroe and Joi Brandt finished second.

The league welcomes new members throughout the season. Anyone interested in the 18-hole league may contact the Whitefish pro shop at 218-543-4900.

Parent/Child tourney slated

Madden's Resort will host the ninth annual Parent/Child Tournament 10 a.m. May 24.

The format is an 18-hole, two-person better ball on the Pine Beach East Course.

There are four divisions to choose from: Mother/Child senior division and junior divisions and Father/Child senior and junior divisions.

Divisions will be flighted based on 18-hole scores with a maximum of eight teams in each flight. Division champions will be awarded a 2016 Memorial Weekend Package or Pine Beach East/West season membership for two people, a $1,000 value.

There will also be awards for flight champions and individual adult and junior low gross.

The cost is $125 per team or $75 for those staying at Madden's Resort.

For more information contact Kevin Londo at 218-855-5976 or .

To register visit

Pilot competes

FOREST LAKE - Claudia Pilot of the Pines at Grand View Lodge teamed with Brenda Williams of Pioneer Creek Golf Course to shoot a 70 Saturday and finish third in the Minnesota Women's Public Golf Association's four-ball championship at Tanners Brook Golf Club.

The duo finished two shots behind winners Olivia Herrick of Manitou Ridge Golf Club and Leigh Klasse of Keller Golf Course.

Pilot and Klasse teamed together during the MGA/PGA Cup Tuesday at Southview Country Club.

The two topped Kathy Swanson/Lori Money 7&6 in four ball and then each won their individual matches to help the MGA to a 26.5-13.5 victory.

Pilot bettered Money 7&6 in the individual round.


Mitch Osowski, aced the 135-yard second hole of Northwoods Hills Golf Club May 16 using a 7-iron.

Tom Parker, Nisswa, aced the 170-yard fourth hole of the Dutch Legacy at Cragun's Legacy Courses May 17 using a 7-iron.

Upcoming events

May 20: Men's Morning & Night opening scramble - Whitetail Run

May 24: 14th Annual Legacy Spring Challenge - Cragun's Legacy Courses

May 24: 9th annual Memorial Weekend Parent/Child tournament - Madden's Resort

May 25: Fred-Mary Charity Invitational - Grand View Lodge

May 25-26: Veteran's Appreciation Golf Event

May 26-27: MGA Senior Tour - Madden's Resort

May 26: Women's opening scramble - Whitetail Run

June 2: Charlie's 3-person Scramble - Breezy Point Resort

June 5: Jaques Art Center - Cuyuna Rolling Hills

June 6: Little Falls Golf Extravaganza - Little Falls Golf Course

June 7: Couples Mixer - Emily Greens

June 7: 2-person 27-hole scramble - Whitetail Run

June 8: Habitat for Humanity 4-person scramble - Pine Ridge Golf Club

June 12: C-I Sports Boosters - Cuyuna Rolling Hills

June 12: Prostate Cancer Tournament - Little Falls Golf Course

June 13: O'Brien Pub Tourney - Pine Ridge Golf Club

June 14: Crosslake Community School FunDraiser - Crosswoods Golf Course

June 15: Junior PGA - Crosswoods Golf Course

June 15-16: Summer Kickoff Junior Golf Clinic - Crosswoods Golf Course

June 15: Match Play Madness Golf Tournament - Grand View Lodge

June 16: Pink Links Golf Tournament for Cancer - Grand View Lodge

June 19: Relay for Life 4-person scramble - Eagle's Landing Golf Club

June 19: Camp Confidence Classic - The Classic at Madden's

June 19: Camp Confidence 9-hole Classic - Madden's Resort

June 19: Lions Tourney - Pine Ridge Golf Club

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