With a resounding 9.5 to 2.5 victory over former men's Twilight Golf leader Larson-Allen, Mills Motor grabbed a one-half point lead over the rest of the Pine Meadows Field July 22.
Shep's on 6th remained in second with its 9.5 to 2.5 victory over Insty-Prints, while Thelen Heating defeated the Independents 9.5 to 2.5 to move into sixth.
Larson-Allen dropped to fifth place with the loss.
Mills Motor 9.5, Larson-Allen 2.5
Thelen Heating 9.5, Independents 2.5
Shep's on 6th 7.5, Insty-Prints 4.5
Bodyworks 5.5, Lions 6.5
Deerwood Bank 7 - bye
Mills Motor 23
Deerwood Bank 19
Longest putt -- Tom Tuil
Closest second -- Gary Lippo
Closest to pin -- Tom Tuil
Longest putt -- Bob Parrish
Low net scores
0-7 handicap -- Don Sandberg 32
8-11 handicap -- Darold Owens 31
Over 11 -- Bob Parrish 28
Matchups July 29
Bodyworks - Mills Motors
Deerwood Bank - Independents
Larson-Allen - Thelen Heating
Lions - Shep's On 6th
Insty-Prints - Bye
Pine Meadows Women's League
Three teams finished first in the "1-2-3" event during the Pine Meadows Women's Golf League July 22.
The team of Sandy O'Day, Ruth Tiedeman, Doris Moede and Martha Prusak tied for first with the team of Marcia Macomber, Sue Obeidzinski, Betty Aga and Mary Lippo and the team of Verna Miller, Chris Bjornson, Joan Burnett and Barb Owens.
Next week's event is "blind partners."
Ron Oseland's two chip-ins helped his team of Bunny Oseland and Joyce and Bob Turcotte shoot a net 24 and win the "foursome best ball" event during couples night at Pine Meadows July 23
Bunny and Ron Oseland and Joyce and Bob Turcotte shot a net 24 to win the "foursome best ball" event at couples night at Pine Meadows July 23.
The team of Bonnie and John Person and Chuck O'Day shot a net 26 to finish second.
Couples night is every Friday at 5:10 p.m.
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