The Bodyworks team climbed to the top of the Men's Twilight League at Pine Meadows thanks to an 8-4 win over The Brainerd Dispatch July 26.
The Bodyworks holds a 1.5-point lead over the Brainerd Lions Club, which beat the Deerwood Bank 9.5-2.5.
USBank 10.5, Peoples Sec. 1.5
Lions 9.5, Deerwood Bank 2.5
Mills Motors 8.5, Herberger's 3.5
Bodyworks 8, Dispatch 4
Insty-Prints 8, Bremer Bank 4
Reichert Bus 9, Country Club Est. 3
Last Turn 8, GLS 4
Dettbarn 8, Wells Fargo 4
Shep's 7.5, Cub Foods 4.5
Johnson's 6, Thelen Heating 6
Cub Foods 21
Mills Motors 18.5
Reichert Bus 18.5
Country Club Est. 18
Deerwood Bank 17.5
Peoples Sec. 16.5
Last Turn 14.5
Wells Fargo 13.5
Bremer Bank 12.5
Longest putt - Randy Hanson
Closest to pin - Chuck O'Day
Closest to pin - Dave Dinham
Longest putt - Don Zitur
0-6 handicap - Don Zitur 34, Mark Ocel 35, Dustin Spaulding 35, Terry McCollough 35
7-11 handicap - Martin Ehrhardt 30, Dale Spaulding 31
11-over - Ron Schroeder 24, Terry Larson 32
Closest to pin - Dan Vickerman
Closest to pin - Brent Iserman
Longest putt - Roger Miller
0-6 handicap - Mike Morgan 35, Mike Moran 35, Shane Eastman 35, Dan Vickerman 35
7-11 handicap - Tom Stevens 33, Bill Potvin 35, Ron Lingwall 35
Over 11 - Jim Kraft 31, Jim Kron 33
Match ups for August 2
Country Club Est.-Shep's
Mills Motors-Peoples Sec.
C-I Boosters golf tournament
The Crosby-Ironton Sports Boosters Club is hosting its first scramble golf tournament Aug. 19 at the Cuyuna Country Club in Deerwood.
The event is a five-person scramble with prizes on each hole. Team requirements include a 52 minimum handicap and only one golfer with a handicap of 5 or less.
The tournament begins with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. A $70 entry fee includes golf, lunch, beverages and two carts per team.
Proceeds from the tournament will support C-I athletics. To sign up or for more information contact Bart Johnston at (218) 546-5175 or Mike Domin at (218) 546-6423.
Hospice charity tournament
The Cuyuna Country Club will host the Hospice Charity golf scramble Aug. 12.
Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. Entry fee for the 18-hole shotgun start scramble is $100 while the senior nine-hole tournament is $75. Fees cover golf, lunch, cart, prizes and a social and dinner at White Hawk Supper Club on Bay Lake.
The event is sponsored by HomeHealth Partnership, Riverwood Community Hospital Foundation and Cuyuna Regional Medical Center.
Proceeds go toward the Hospice program operated by HomeHealth Partnership.
Junior golf championship
Jared Hoppe won the 14-17-year-old division with a score of 84 in the Junior Golf Championship at Pine Meadows.
Hoppe's 84 was followed by Zach Lundbohm's 87 and Clinton Stretcher's 88.
Jake Berkeleg shot a 48 to win the boys' 10-13 division. He tied with Zach Heidmann and Sean Halverson at 48 but won in a scorecard playoff.
Danielle Vickerman's 54 was 14 shots better than the pack in the girls' 10-13 division. Niki Gorwin shot a 68 and Ella Strother finished at 85.
Michael Monda shot a 19 through three holes to win the 6-9 division. Max Dondelinger, Riley Nelson and Zach Meyer followed with 20s.
Jenna Riley shot a 23 in the 6-9 girls division. Alexandria Erickson shot a 35 for second and Katie Nelson was third with a 45.
Pine River League
There were 31 golfers July 26 for the score even holes game.
Winners for each team were: Luann Shubert, Mary Jean Herdey, Lurene Seaton, Esther Solarz, Dorla Lind, Claire Fulton, Darlene Flategraph & Judy Conrad. Low putts went to Esther Solarz.
The game Thursday is Rainbow Game.
Holes in one
David Tusa of Brainerd knocked his 5 iron 121 yards to ace the third hole at Pine Meadows July 25.
Steve Schumeister of Minneapolis used a 5 iron to ace the 150-yard sixth hole of the second course at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's July 20.
Pat Smolke of Brainerd used a 3 iron to ace the 185-yard fourth hole at Golden Eagle Golf Club.
Dan Dubbin Jr. of Little Falls recorded the first hole in one at Eagles Landing when his 4 iron traveled 205 yards into the cup on the third hole July 14.
Jackie Heslop, of Pequot Lakes, shot rounds of 78 and 77 to finish with a 155, good enough for fourth place in the championship flight of the Minnesota Junior Girls' State Championship July 23-24 at Oaks Golf Club.
Heslop was nine strokes back of winner Laura Olin of Olympic Hills Golf Course.
Staples senior Mary Hasselberg shot two rounds of 82 for a 164 to finish 12th.
Rachel Sauer of Staples finished with a two-day total of 207 for 10th in the fourth flight while Cydney Hasselberg, also of Staples, finished ninth in the fifth flight.
Hasselberg and Melanie Wilson will represent the Vintage Golf Course in Staples at the MGA Junior Championships at Town and Country Club in St. Paul Aug. 6-7.
Hasselberg will tee off at 8:30 a.m. while Wilson begins her round at 8:40 a.m.
Brian Hills of Aitkin and Chris Dobis of Little Falls will be in the male division. Hills tees off at 12:50 p.m. and Dobis at 1:10 p.m.
John Bunten of Nisswa tees off at 9:30 a.m. Aug. 6 in the qualifying round of the United States Golf Association Amateur Championship at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
The championship site is at Eastlake Golf Club in Atlanta Aug. 20-26.
Aug. 6 -- USGA Amateur Sectional Qualifier -- The Legacy at Cragun's
Aug. 10 -- Faith Lutheran scramble -- The Vintage at Staples
Aug. 13 -- Little Falls Chamber -- Little Falls Country Club
Aug. 19 -- Lakes Area Par 3 Championship - Grand View Lodge's Pines
Aug. 20 -- Seniors Tournament (50 and older) - The Vintage at Staples
Aug. 24 -- Pillager Family Center scramble -- The Vintage at Staples
Aug. 28 -- Brainerd Chamber of Commerce - The Legacy at Cragun's
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