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Area Golf: Reichert takes commanding lead

News from area golf leagues.

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EAST GULL LAKE — Reichert Bus accelerated into the first place position Thursday, June 9, to take a four-point lead in the Cragun’s Legacy Courses men’s league standings.

Reichert leads Brainerd Eye with just two weeks remaining. Brainerd Eye owns a four-point lead over third-place Edward Jones. Giovanni’s Pizza slipped to fourth place and 11 points behind Reichert.

Cody Mager and Ryan Neitzke shot the low-gross rounds. Paul Means and Scott Antolak carded the low-net rounds.

Tyler Holbrook and Gary Lippo were closest to the pin winners and Jeremy Horn and Jason Bassett made the longest putts.

Legacy women

EAST GULL LAKE— Theresa Proctor drained the longest putt Tuesday, June 7, to win the championship course proximity during women’s night at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.

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Jan Sheets was closest to the pin on the very next hole.

On the Par 3 Course, Heidi Brown was closest to the pin and Lyn Carner made the longest putt.

Whitefish men

PEQUOT LAKES — Tom Boyce and Arlen Stensby placed first for the first flight Tuesday, June 7, for the two-person Stableford event at Whitefish men’s league.

Dan Hanson and Jack Heidman placed second followed by Ron Meyer and Al Falconer in third.

Ron Kitzmann and Chuck Hicks captured the second flight team title. Terry Stansfield and Larry Swanson finished second and Jim McKeehen and Richard Hansen placed third.

Don Faust and Falconer were closest to the pin winners and Heidman and Ron Fillmore made the longest putts.

Whitefish women

PEQUOT LAKES — Nancy McEnroe, Myra Faust, Joan Kantos and Marguerite Baker composed the winning team for the Wednesday, June 8, low gross and two best net competition for the Whitefish 18-hole women’s league.

Second place went to Lori McCormick, Kathy Coombs, Nancy Schmidt and Sandy Meyer.

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Sue Seher, Nancy Einan, Paula Gulliford and Betsy Otteson finished third.

Gulliford, Barb Hanson, Coombs, Roxanne Thompson, Cathy Munger, McEnroe and Julie Hofstedt each had birdies. Luann Rickert shot the low net of the group.

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