Kristine Reese and Tiffany Yager of Vision 54 will visit Deacon’s Lodge July 23-26 to host golf schools for juniors and adults.
Vision 54 is an instructional institute created by internationally recognized game coaches Lynn Marriott and Pia Nilsson and has assisted tour professionals, including Grace Park, Suzann Petterson and Annika Sorenstam.
There will be two four-hour sessions per day (8am-noon) and (2 p.m.-6 p.m.) Cost is $125 for Juniors (12-18) and $200 for adults.
There is also a reduced package price for those interested in attending all four sessions. Men, women and juniors are welcome.
To reserve your space call or email Kristine Reese (480) 225-9671 or email@example.com.
Applebee’s still leads
Applebee’s defeated Bremer Bank 25.5-14.5 June 28 to build a 4.12-point advantage over Von Hanson’s in the men’s league at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
Von Hanson’s lost to Shep’s on 6th 23-21, but still leads third-place Colonial Life, which defeated People’s Security 25-19.
Results from June 28:
Deerwood Bank 28.5, D&D Exteriors 15.5
American National 24, Edward Jones 20
Colonial Life 25, People’s Security 19
First Security 31.5, Mulligan’s 12.5
Thelen Heating 24.5, US Bank 19.5
BSN Sports 29, Halverson Law 15
Shep’s on 6th 23, Von Hanson’s 21
Applebee’s 25.5, Bremer Bank 14.5
Von Hanson’s 59.88
Colonial Life 57.25
Shep’s on 6th 54.63
First Security 53.25
D&D Exteriors 52.88
Halverson Law 52.75
US Bank 50.5
Thelen Heating 48.13
BSN Sports 46.50
Bremer Bank 45
Edward Jones 45
Deerwood Bank 42.88
People’s Security 39.5
Closest to pin: Matt Cousino, Dan Meyer
Longest putt: Clayton Houff
July 12 matchups
Von Hanson’s vs. Halverson Law
First Security vs. Colonial Life
Bremer Bank vs. US Bank
Shep’s on 6th vs. BSN Sports
Applebee’s vs. Thelen Heating
Mulligan’s vs. People’s Security
D&D Exteriors vs. American National
Deerwood Bank vs. Edward Jones
Morna Stansbury, Rita Johnson and Judy Jones carded a 27 to win the end-of-the-month scramble event June 26 on the Par 3 Course at Cragun’s Legacy Courses during women’s night.
Lyn Carner was closest to the pin and Davi Kirkpatrick made the longest putt.
On The Dutch Legacy, heather Carey, Teresa Puga, Angie Hanske and Rhonda Mareck carded a 32 for the win.
Sheri Peterson, Becky Butcher, Angie Sandelin and Malinda Johanneck tied with Colie Lence, Kim Larson and Jennifer Weisbrich for second.
Renee Rivard and Renee Johnson both drained long putts while Rivard and Laurie Fitterer were pin hunting.
Breezy Point men
Datam Technology captured the first-half Twilight League team title June 28 by defeating Billy’s Bar and Grill 10-2 at Breezy Point Resort.
Billy’s Bar and Grill finished second in front of Mills Motor, which defeated Billy’s Buddies 7.5-4.5.
Results from June 28:
Thomas Law 7.5, Commander/JJ’s 4.5
Mills Motor 7.5, Billy’s Buddies 4.5
Datam 10, Billy’s Bar and Grill 2
Dockside - Bye
Final first-half standings
2-Billy’s Bar and Grill
0-5 handicaps: Dick Williams 32
6-9 handicaps: Mick McBrien 33
Over 10: Gaynard Brown 36, Mike Dowdall 36
Longest putts: Don Sandberg, Kelvin Kittleson, Will Stoxen, Dave Thomas, Ron Oseland
Closest to pin: Jerry Benson
July 12 matchups
Commander/JJ’s vs. Dockside
Datam Tech vs. Billy’s Bar and Grill
Billy’s Buddies vs. Thomas Law
Mills Motor — Bye
Breezy Point women
Sue Marsolas and Bugs Schmidt won the Ryder Cup event June 28 during the Breezy Point Resort women’s league at Whitebirch Golf Course.
Verna Miller and Janie Pommer finished second followed by Mary Morgan and Eileen Henderson in third.
Gloria Thomas and Dee Wicks finished fourth with Martha Polsfuss and Sylvia Schmidt in fifth.
Next week’s event will be colored ball and will be played on the Traditional front nine.
Linda Jones and Dawn Wiebusch beat out two other teams in a scorecard playoff June 26 to win the blind partner event during Madden’s women’s golf on Pine Beach West.
Margie Newpower made the longest putt.
The next Women’s Night Out is scheduled July 12 at the Tennis and Croquet club.
Barb Holubar, Myra Faust, Dorie Kaleva and Joi Brandt shot a first-place 124 to win the June 27 cha cha cha event during the Whitefish women’s 18-hole league.
Barb Hanson, Joan Kantos, Diane Giefer and Marlene Anderson finished second a shot back. Enga Wodziak, Sharon Sullivan, Nancy Carlson and Sandy Meyer finished third.
A low net of 68 was carded by Myra Faust.
Susan Finley, Holubar, Kaleva and Brandt had chip-ins. Helen McGrath, Finley, Marlys Guse, Kaleva, Faust, Sullivan and Marty Moakley had birdies.
The Go Red For Women fundraiser to support women’s heart health is scheduled July 25.
Muesings both advance
Andrew Muesing of Baxter qualified June 24 at Oak Marsh Golf Course in Oakdale for the U.S. Kids World Teen Championship at Pinehurst, N.C., July 26-28.
Muesing shot an 84 to qualify in the 14-year-old boys division. He will join his sister, Jenny, who previously qualified for the 15-18-year-old girls division.
This will be Andrew Muesing’s first time at the championship and Jenny Muesing’s third time.
finish in top 15
Cassie Deeg and Bruce McIntosh of Golden Eagle Golf Club moved up seven spots from their first-round placement to finish in a tie for 15th during the 22nd annual Mixed Team Championship June 27-28 at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Becker.
The duo finished the two-day even with an even-par 144.
Peggy Harper, Chicago, aced the 140-yard third hole at Madden’s Social 9 on Tuesday, July 3, using a 5-hybrid.