With a 29-11 victory over Deerwood Bank, Halverson Law Office strengthened its grip on the top spot in the Legacy men's league at Cragun's July 23.
Halverson has 319.5 points for the season and leads runner-up Thelen Heating by 14. Thelen moved into second place with a 23.5-16.5 win over US Bank.
Bremer Bank holds down third place with 299.5 points after a 28-16 win over Edward Jones, which slipped from second place last week to fourth.
Results from July 23:
Lakes Financial 22, Von Hansen's Meats 18
GL Sports 26, People's Security 18
Thelen Heating 23.5, US Bank 16.5
Bremer Bank 28, Edward Jones 16
Ocelco Inc. 25, Kavanaugh's 19
Riverwood Bank 26.5, Dutch's Duffers 17.5
American National 23.5, Shep's 20.5
Halverson Law 29, Deerwood Bank 11
Halverson Law 319.5
Thelen Heating 305.5
Bremer Bank 299.5
Edward Jones 298
Shep's on 6th 285.5
American National 283.25
Riverwood Bank 267
Lakes Financial 266.5
Kavanaugh's Resort 265
GL Sports 263.25
People's Security 247.5
US Bank 241
Von Hansen's Meats 235.5
Deerwood Bank 214.5
Dutch's Duffers 211.25
Closest to pin No. 7: Bob Thorkelson
Low net: 1-Justin Simon, 2-Mike Riley, 3-Bob Thorkelson
Low gross: 1-Adam Kalenberg
Side game: 1-Dan Travica
Breezy Point men
Midway Park Bank's 9-3 win over Mills Motor vaulted it into first place in the Breezy Point Men's Twilight League July 23.
Midway has 21.5 points, overtaking last week's three leaders - Dockside, Mills Motor and Thomas and Associates.
Thomas and Associates is now second after defeating Dockside 7.5-4.5.
League play Thursday is on the Whitebirch front nine at 5:15 p.m.
A Charlie's Scramble (flighted, 3-person teams) is scheduled at 5 p.m. Aug. 4. Call (218) 562-7178 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Results from July 23:
Thomas and Associates 7.5, Dockside 4.5
Dick Parks Gas 6, Pestello's 6
Midway Park Bank 9, Mills Motor 3
Midway Park Bank 21.5
Thomas & Associates 20
Dick Parks Gas 17.5
Mills Motor 15.5
0-5 handicap: Dan DeWolfe, Pestello's, 35
6-10 handicap: Greg Johnson, Midway, 33
11-20 handicap: Tom Green, Mills, 35
Longest putt No. 10: Mike Dowdall, Midway
Closest to pin No. 13: Joe Kocak, Midway
Longest putt No. 12: Siva Sutchran, Dockside
Longest putt No. 15: Mick McBrien, Midway
Longest putt No. 17: Don Sandberg, Mills
Longest putt No. 18: Mick McBrien
Whitefish front nine
Commander/JJ's vs. Mills Motor
Pestello's vs. Thomas & Associates
Dockside vs. Midway Park Bank
Dick Parks Gas bye
The Whitefish Women's 18-Hole League played an alternate country game July 22 followed by the monthly meeting and luncheon.
In Flight A, Barb Holubar took first with a net 33. Linda Randall was second with 34. Betsy Otteson was third with 35.
In Flight B, Myra Faust took first with a net 32. Joan Kantos and Nancy Schmidt tied for second with 33.
Three was a 3-way tie for first in Flight C between Mary Boeder, Connie Foster and Sandra Pohl with net 34.
Marlys Guse scored the only birdie for the day, and it was a chip-in on No. 2.
Other chip-ins were recorded by Dorie Kaleva on No. 14, Diane Giefer on No. 2 and No. 14 and Joan Heuer.
On Wednesday, the league will have its member/guest tournament, which will have the Whitefish 5-0 theme. There will be games, prizes and raffles as well as a luncheon following the morning of golf.
Pine River women
Phyllis Anderson was first and Gloria Taylor second in the bingo, bango, bongo game July 23.
Barb Knutson had a chip-in on No. 5 and Gloria Taylor had the fewest putts.
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