Halverson Law Office defeated Lakewood Bank 28.5-11.5 during the May 8 men's league at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's to capture the top spot in the season standings.
Dutch's Duffers, last week's leader, fell to second after tying Deerwood Bank 22-22.
Third-place Lakes Financial defeated US Bank 25.5-18.5.
Results from May 8:
Thelen Heating 23, First Federal 21
GLSports 24.5, Bremer Bank 19.5
American National 30.5, Mar-Jons/MJ's 13.5
Deerwood Bank 22, Dutch's Duffers 22
Lakes Financial Services 25.5, US Bank 18.5
Edward Jones 33, People's Security 11
Shep's on 6th 23, Ocelco Inc. 21
Halverson Law Office 28.5, Lakewood Bank 11.5
Closest to pin: Dan Ryan
Closest to pin: Jeff Mattson
Longest putt: Mark Moran
Low net: Mick Roby 30, Tim Engel 33, Brian Mann 33
Low gross: Pete Odell 36
Side game: Rick Harms 30, Todd Ringler 35
Halverson Law 86.75
Dutch's Duffers 82.75
Lakes Financial Services 81.00
Edward Jones 78.25
Deerwood Bank 77.75
Ocelco Inc. 75.25
American National 75.25
First Federal 65.25
Shep's on 6th 62.25
Bremer Bank 61.75
Thelen Heating 55.75
US Bank 53.25
Lakewood Bank 42.25
People's Security 40.00
Debbie Briggs shot 42 for the low score on the back nine of Bobby's Legacy during the opening week of the Legacy Courses at Cragun's women's night.
Becky Butcher carded the low putts with 15. Mary Lange was closest to the pin and Angela Sandelin sank the longest putt.
On the Par 3 course Carol Dinndorf fired a 32 for low round. Sarah Adams tallied the fewest putts with 16. Nancy Carlson was closest to the pin and Stella Hegg had the longest putt.
Breezy Point men
Bodyworks swept McAllister Electric 12-0 to claim the early lead in the Breezy Point Resort men's twilight league May 8 at the Whitebirch Golf Course.
Dick Parks Gas defeated Cedar Creek Lumber 10-2 and Thomas and Associates topped Mills Motor 10-2 to tie for second place.
May 8 results:
Bodyworks 12, McAllister Electric 12-0
Dick Parks Gas 10, Creek Lumber 2
Thomas & Associates 10, Mills Motor 2
Lions 8, Dockside Bar 2
Longest putt: Jim Wagner
Closest to pin: Paul Houle
9-under handicap: Don Sandberg 32, Denny Langerman 32, Gaynard Brown 34
10-above handicap: Tom Macomber 28, Erik Ziesener 36, Ron Oseland 36, Neal Moede 36, Ted Pederson 36
Dick Parks Gas 10
Thomas & Associates 10
Dockside Bar 2
Mills Motor 2
Cedar Creek Lumber 2
McAllister Electric 0
Traditional front nine
Bodyworks vs. Dick Parks Gas
Lions vs. McAllister Electric
Dockside Bar vs. Thomas & Associates
Lions vs. Dockside Bar
Grand View women
The team of Jennie Bunce, Marian Duffy, Barb Wenschlag and Cathy Seczko shot 35 to win the scramble event May 6 during the women's Nine and Wine league at Grand View Lodge's The Pines.
Renee Rivard, JoEllen Einerwold and Pam Jager finished second with 36 and in third place was Barb Elmquist, Arla Johnson, Joan McBrien and Carrie Schoenwetter.
Laurel Mezner was closest to the pin and Johnson and Rivard each had a chip in.
The next women's Nine and Wine will be May 27 at The Pines. There will be a coed Nine and Wine May 20 at The Preserve.
To register for the weekly league call Joni Meyer at 963-8767.
Barb Hanson topped the A flight during the May 7 Whitefish women's league player's choice game.
Barb Holubar won flight B. Barb DelaHunt won flight C and Joi Brandt won flight D.
Brandt had the overall low net score for 18 holes with a 66. Hanson and Holubar both carded birdies.
Women interested in joining the Whitefish women's 18-hole league can call or visit the pro shop at (218) 543-4900.
Results from May 7:
Flight A: 1-Barb Hanson, 2-Janice Dubois, 3-Maxine Riches
Flight B: 1-Barb Holubar, 2-Marlys Guse, 3-Mary Kay Kendall
Flight C: 1-Barb DelaHunt, 2t-Sandy Meyer, 2t-Sandra Pohl
Flight D: 1-Joi Brandt, 2-Mary Lou Claypatch, 3-Pat Montgomery
Pine River women
Sue Conley, Arlene Gamache, Lila Kersey and Peg Kristoff won the low net team score May 8 during the Pine River Country Club's women's league.
Carol Irish tagged the longest drive.
The game for Thursday will be low gross team score.
The Pine River Country Club women's 9-hole league plays each Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
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