D&D racks up more points
D&D Exteriors captured the most net points (21) and the most gross points (22) to claim the second of four team events May 31 in the men’s league at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
People’s Security scored 39 total points for second and BSN Sports was third with 36 points.
Results from May 31:
Team results: D&D Exteriors 43, People’s Security 39, BSN Sports 36, Applebee’s 34.5, Colonial Life 34.5, Deerwood Bank 34, Bremer Bank 33.5, Shep’s 33.5, American National 29, Thelen Heating 26, Von Hanson’s 26, Halverson 22.5, First Security 22, Mulligan’s 18.5, Edward Jones 18, US Bank 14
Individual results: Closest to pin: Tim Bogenschutz, Justin Heitkamp, Longest putt: Eric Davidge, First gross: Dan Vickerman 15, Second gross: Brian Wallace 10, First net: Randy Phillips 15, Second net: Eric Gangl 10
Thursday’s matchups: First Security vs. US Bank, People’s Security vs. Applebee’s, Edward Jones vs. Shep’s, D&D Exteriors vs. Halverson Law, Mulligan’s vs. Thelen Heating, Colonial Life vs. Bremer Bank, Von Hanson’s vs. American National, BSN Sports vs. Deerwood Bank
Legacy Courses women
Malinda Johanneck’s closest to the pin shot helped her team of Becky Butcher, Angela Sandelin and Kari Anderson tie for first for the May 29 scramble event during women’s night at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
Also tying for first with 35s were Rachael Von Bank, Kelli Johnson, Jami Wallgren, Sandy McKenzie, Molly Gerber and the team of Heather Carey, Rachel Martin, Nadine Fraki and Rhonda Mareck.
Jennifer Weisbrich and Kristi Sachs made the longest putts on the Dutch Legacy, while Johanneck and Meriel Park were closest to the pin.
On the Par 3 Course, Rita Johnson, Judy Jones and Mary Ambroz shot a 31 for first place. Jessica Gangl, Erin Books, Nicki Fett and Jamie Clough finished second. Longest putt went to Abby Neptune and Melissa Berg was closest to the pin.
The June 12 event is bring your bling night with a scavenger scramble as the event.
Breezy Point men
Datam Technology didn’t have to play May 31 to remain in the lead of the men’s league standings at Breezy Point Resort.
Datam picked up six points from its bye to hold on to a 0.5-point advantage over Commander/JJ’s, who defeated Thomas Law 7.5-4.5 and Billy’s Bar and Grill, which topped Dockside 8-4.
Results from May 31:
Team results: Billy’s Bar & Grill 8, Dockside 4, Commander/JJ’s 7.5, Thomas Law 4.5, Mills Motor 6.5, Billy’s Buddies 5.5, Datam Tech. - bye
Team standings: Datam Technology 21, Commander/JJ’s 20.5, Billy’s Bar and Grill 20.5, Billy’s Buddies 18.5, Mills Motor 18.5, Dockside 14.0, Thomas Law 13.0
Thursday’s matchups: Dockside vs. Mills Motor, Billy’s Buddies vs. Datam, Billy’s Bar and Grill vs. Thomas Law, Commander/JJ’s — bye
Breezy Point women
Colleen Rawlings, Doris Moede, Jan Benson and Mary Morgan fired a 66 to win the best net ball tournament May 31 during the Breezy Point women’s league on the Traditional Golf Course.
There was a three-way tie for runner up between the teams of Sue Marsolais, Karen Johnson, Martha Polsfuss and Dee Wicks; Gloria Thomas, Betty Huseby, Kathy McTague and Patty Carlyle and the team of Wendy Buchan, Kathy Zender, Sylvia Schmitt and Joi Brandt.
The team of Wendy Smith, Jan Craig, Kelly Engel and Pam Musielewicz won the Lone Ranger game May 29 during the Madden’s women’s night on the Pine Beach West Course.
Smith was closet to the pin to help her team to the win.
Mimi Swanson, Susan Finley, Cheryl Bontrager and Darlene Bonnema shot a 121 May 30 to win the red, white and blue flag event during the Whitefish Women’s 18-hole league.
Barb Hanson, Joan Kantos, Judy Eastwood and Barb DeLaHunt placed second followed by Anita Stensby, Barb Holubar, Nancy Einan and Sharen Hilliard.
Bontrager’s 65 was the low net. Hanson and Stensby birdied a hole and Marguerite Baker, Holubar, Maxine Riches and Mary Kay Kendall had chip ins.
There will be a 1:30 p.m. clinic followed by a 2 p.m shotgun and then a dinner/mixer for both the 18- and 9-hole leagues Wednesday.
Birch Bay news
The Birch Bay Golf Resort summer golf programs begin this week.
The Afternoon women’s social golf begins 8 a.m. Wednesday. Each Wednesday is a new game, while the 3:30 p.m. Monday schedule is just golf.
The Sunday afternoon couples social golf begins June 3 and will run until Aug. 26. Tee times begin at 4 p.m. The cost is $11 per person.
There is a senior men’s social golf 9:30 a.m. Thursday mornings.
Patriot Cup at Whitefish
The two-person, 18-hole Patriot Cup golf tournament will be 10 a.m. June 24 at Whitefish Golf Club in Pequot Lakes.
The scramble event will honor those who have served with a portion of the proceeds being donated to the Folds of Honor Foundation, which offers scholarships and assistance to the spouses and children of soldiers who have died or been disabled in service.
The cost is $55 per player and includes cart, continental breakfast, picnic lunch and on course events.
For more information or to sign up call the Whitefish pro shop at (218) 543-4900.
David Goerges, Pequot Lakes, aced the 148-yard 13th hole of Grand View Lodge’s Preserve Golf Course May 31 using a 9-iron.