Debbie Briggs carded a 43 to capture the low score on Bobby's front nine during the July 1 women's league at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's in East Gull Lake.
Erin Brooks' 16 putts were the low for the event. Jo Ellen Einerwold was closest to the pin and Becky Butcher sank the longest putt.
Rachel Ebensteiner's 38 was the low score on the Par 3 Course. Donna Gottsch's 18 putts were the low number. Cindy Hardel was closest to the pin and Sarah Zinniel drained the longest putt.
Breezy Point men
Thomas & Associates won the first-half championship, finishing with 53 points after an 8-4 win over Dick Parks Gas on June 26.
Bodyworks finished second with 47.5 points, defeating Mills Motor 7-5.
The second half begins July 10 at the Traditional Course.
Results from June 26:
McAllister Electric 9, Cedar Creek Lumber 3
Thomas & Associates 8, Dick Parks Gas 4
Lions 8, Dockside 4
Bodyworks 7, Mills Motor 5.
Thomas & Assoc. 53
Dick Parks Gas 46.5
Mills Motor 43.5
McAllister Electric 39.5
Cedar Creek Lumber 34
Nine and below: Dick Bauer 30. Bruce Buxton 31, Dick Burns 32
10 and above: Tom Macomber 33, Neal Moede 34, Bob Speed 35, Darrell Boyd 35, Ted Zarembski 35
Longest putt: Alex Bogdanovich
Closest to the pin: Denny Langerman
Bodyworks vs. McAllister Electric
Dick Parks Gas vs. Cedar Creek Lumber
Mills Motor vs. Thomas & Associates
Lions vs. Dockside
Breezy Point Women
Kathy Zender's 26 won her the blind holes event July 3 during the Breezy Point Resort women's league.
Bugs Schmidt, Cathy Seczko, Sandy O'Day and Ruth Tiedeman tied for second with 27s.
Jean Appleton, Darlene Palmer, Judy Thomas and Linda Esser all shot 28s to tie for third.
Thursday's event will be mini skillpoint and will be played at Whitebirch.
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