The threesome of Don Sandberg, Dick Williams and Rod Ustipak shot a 6-under-par to win the July 1 Charlie's Scramble at Breezy Point Resort.
Dave Gravdahl, Jim McTague and John Beyer shot 4-under to win the second flight.
The team of Charlie Paige, John Cisco and Harrell DeFries tied Nick Castillo, Ron Christensen and Chris Olsen for first in the third flight.
The next Chrarlie's Scramble is 5 p.m. Aug. 5 at the Breezy Point Resort's Whitebirch Golf Course. To register your three-person team call (218) 562-7177.
Results from July 1:
First flight: 1-Don Sandberg, Dick Williams, Rod Ustipak -6; 2-Bill Stein, Mike Patterson, Rich Aulie -5; 3-Dick Burns, Cody Burns, Brad Carduchi -5; 4-Dave Jacobsen, Eli Loven, Ryan Schultz -5
Second flight: 1-Dave Gravdahl, Jim McTague, John Beyer -4; 2-Greyson Thomas, Charles Milham, Nic Ingebretson -3; 3-Jack Stone, Bill Reed and John Patton -3; 4-Barry Christensen, Billy Frost, Larry Laughlin -2
Third flight: 1t-Charlie Paige, John Cisco, Harrell DeFries -1; 1t-Nick Castillo, Ron Christensen, Chris Olsen -1; 3-Tom Kientzle Sr., Tom Kientzle Jr., Jason Brown -1
Longest putt: Howard Hanson
Closest to pin: Kris Winkelman
Spots remain for the Brainerd Alumni Golf Tournament July 18 at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Players do not have to be Brainerd Alumni to play in the 18-hole, four-person scramble.
Teams can register with Todd Lyscio at (218) 454-6904 or email@example.com. The cost is $400 per team or $100 per individual. The driving range will be available at 11 a.m. with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. A buffet dinner will follow at the Legacy Pavilion.
Registration deadline is Friday.
Ron Oseland, Nisswa, aced the 145-yard second hole of Breezy Point Resort's Traditional Course July 2 using a hybrid.
Shane Jordan, Brainerd, aced the 130-yard 11th hole of Bobby's Legacy June 14 at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's using a sand wedge.
Mike Riley, Brainerd, aced the 147-yard 17th hole of Dutch's Legacy July 3 at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's using a 9-iron.
Bob Campbell, Phoenix, aced the 215-yard ninth hole of the Lakes Course at Grand View Lodge's Pines Course July 2 using a 4-iron.
T.J. McCollins, Maple Grove, aced the 135-yard 17th hole at Eagles Landing Golf Club July 5 using a sand wedge.
Skylar Spence, Hopkins, aced the 155-yard eithth hole of the Garden Course July 7 at Grand View Lodge using an 8-iron.
Kurt LeVasseur aced the 160-yard 15th hole at Pine Ridge Golf Club June 26.
Dianna Strusinski aced the 123-yard 10th hole at Pine Ridge June 27 using a 7-iron.
July 11: U of M Scholarship Golf Tournament, Legacy Courses
July 13: 3rd Mid-MN Women's Shelter scramble, Whitefish Golf Club
July 13: Lakes Junior Cup, Deacon's Lodge
July 14: Bay Lake Lions Tournament, Cuyuna Country Club
July 16: MN PGA Junior Championship, Breezy Point Resort
July 17: MN PGA Junior Transition Tour, Birch Bay Resort
July 18: Brainerd Alumni Golf Tournament, Legacy Courses at Cragun's
July 18: PGA McGladrey Team Qualifier, Breezy Point Resort
July 19: Emily Days 3-3-3 Two Person Cub, Emily Greens
July 20-22: Wild & Free golf benefit, Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge
July 20: McGladrey Team Championship, Legacy Courses
July 21: Seniors Tournament, Hardwoods Golf Club
July 27: Lakes Junior Cup, Pines
July 28: Pines Pro-Am, Pines
Off the wire
Los Angeles Times
Annika Sorenstam is not the defending champion at the Women's British Open, but when she shows up at Sunningdale Golf Club this month to play in the event for the 14th time, she already has a plan.
If she wins, she's not coming back to defend her title.
"I'm definitely stepping away from the game at the end of this season," Sorenstam, 37, said Tuesday.
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