Von Hanson’s Meats seared US Bank 29-15 July 19 to land in the top spot of the men’s league standings at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
Applebee’s, last week’s leader, fell to second place despite beating BSN Sports 21.5-18.5.
Von Hanson’s and Applebee’s will square off Thursday.
American National beat first Security 24-20 for third place.
Results from July 19:
Von Hanson’s 29, US Bank 15
American National 24, First Security 20
Halverson Law 28.5, Bremer Bank 15.5
Thelen Heating 25.5, Shep’s on 6th 18.5
Applebee’s 21.5, BSN Sports 18.5
Edward Jones 24, Mulligan’s 20
Colonial Life 27, D&D Exteriors 17
People’s Security 26, Deerwood Bank 18
Von Hanson’s 113.38
American National 107.63
Colonial Life 107.25
Halverson Law 100.75
Edward Jones 96.5
First Security 94.25
Thelen Heating 93.63
Shep’s on 6th 93.13
Bremer Bank 83.75
US Bank 85.5
D&D Exteriors 84.88
BSN Sports 83.5
People’s Security 83.5
Deerwood Bank 77.38
Closest to the pin: Rob Ferguson
Closest to pin: Tim Bogenschutz
Longest putt: Bob Thorkelson
Von Hanson’s vs. Applebee’s
Bremer Bank vs. Shep’s on 6th
US Bank vs. BSN Sports
Edward Jones vs. Colonial Life
First Security vs. Deerwood Bank
Halverson Law vs. Thelen Heating
Mulligan’s vs. D&D Exteriors
American National vs. People’s Security
Kelly Gorvin and Rhonda Mareck were double winners during July 17th’s Hawaiian theme night and dice scramble event at Cragun’s Legacy Courses.
Gorvin nailed the longest drive and helped her team of Janice Oakley, Mary Lippo and Ruth Norman to a 35 on the back nine of Bobby’s Course.
Also carding a 35 was the team of Mareck, Angela Sandelin, Malinda Johanneck, Cheryl Karnowski and Cindy Hardel. Mareck was closest to the pin and a key dice thrower for her team.
On Bobby’s front nine, the team of Laurie Fitterer, Katy Kalenberg, Theresa Proctor, Vindy Pulak and Shana Krantz shot 36 for the low team score.
Lindsey Kaiser and Sandy McKenzie had the longest drives and Kalenberg was closest to the pin.
On the Par 3 Course, the threesome of Mary Ambroz, Judy Jones and Rita Johnson tied the team of Jamie Clough, Jessica Gangl and Nicki Fett for the low team score. Heidi Brown made the longest putt.
Breezy Point men
Thomas Law used an 8-4 victory over Billy’s Bar and Grill July 19 to stake a three-point lead in the Breezy Point men’s league standings.
Dockside topped Mills Motor 6.5-5.5 to land in second place.
Results from July 19:
Dockside 6.5, Mills Motor 5.5
Billy’s Buddies 7, Datam 5
Thomas Law 8, Billy’s Bar and Grill 4
Thomas Law 17
Billy’s Bar and Grill 12.5
Mills Motor 11.5
Billy’s Buddies 10
0-6 handicap: Dick Williams 31, Mark Johnson 31
7-9 handicap: Gene Berry 31
10-over: Mike Marcum 30, Gaynard Brown 30
Longest putts: Dick Polsfuss, Dick Burns, Don Sandberg, Bob Bannick
Closest to pin: Jon Marsolais, Jim Fischer
Billy’s Buddies vs. Billy’s Bar and Grill
Commander/JJ’s vs. Mills Motor
Dockside vs. Datam Technology
Thomas Law — bye
Breezy Point women
Sue Marsolais captured the July 19 Ts and Fs game during Breezy Point Resort women’s league at the Whitebirch Golf Course.
Marsolais shot a 16 to top Connie Parsly, Sylvia Schmitt and Bugs Schmidt, who all tied for second.
Kathy McTague, Barb Owens, Joi Brandt, Gloria Thomas, Cathy Johnson and Jean Appleton tied for third,
The event July 26 will be guest day on the front nine of the Whitebirch Golf Course.
Donna Motzko’s 24 points were enough to overtake the mother-daughter duo of Alyssa and Dawn Wiebusch, who both scored 23 points during the July 17 stableford event at Madden’s Resort’s women’s night at the Pine Beach East Course.
Alyssa Wiebusch did capture the longest drive honor.
Susan Walstrom and Barb Holubar each netted 22s for first place in flight A July 18 during the Whitefish women’s 18-hole league.
Joan Kantos and Mary Kay Kendall tied for third with 25s.
Marguerite Baker, Myra Faust and Susan Finley all shot 23s to tie for first in flight B. Darlene Bonnema’s 22 was good for first in flight C. Mary Boeder was second with a 24 and Joi Brandt and Sandra Pohl tied for third with 25s.
Walstrom’s 32 was the low nine-hole net and Mary Kay Kendall recorded the only chip in of the rain-shortened event.
The July 25 event will be the “Go Red For Women” event in support of women’s heart health.
Holes in one
• Joel Jenkins, Brainerd, aced the 125-yard 17th hole at Eagles Landing July 22 with a pitching wedge.
• Erik Stoxen, East Gull Lake, aced the 112-yard No. 4 on the Dutch Course at Cragun’s Legacy Courses July 23 using a 4-hybrid.
• Greg Henderson, Baxter, aced the 155-yard 15th hole on the Dutch Course at Cragun’s Legacy Courses July 22 with an 8-iron.
• Winston Adams, Minneapolis, aced the 184-yard fourth hole at Golden Eagle Golf Club with a 5-wood.