Thanks to an 8-4 win over Peoples Security, and a 6-6 tie between Dondelinger and GLS, the Bodyworks is back atop the men's twilight league at Pine Meadows.
Results Aug. 1:
Bodyworks 8, Peoples Sec. 4
Bremer Bank 7, Lions 5
Insty-Prints 7, Mills Motors 5
Deerwood Bank 6.5, Johnson's 5.5
American Nat. 6, Last Turn 6
Dispatch 10, Lawco 2
Dettbarn 7.5, Thelen Heating 4.5
Wells Fargo 6.5, USBank 5.5
Dondelinger 6, GLS 6
Shep's 6, Reichert Bus 6
Bremer Bank 27.5
Wells Fargo 26
Mills Motors 25
Peoples Sec. 25
Reichert Bus 23.5
Deerwood Bank 23
American Nat. 22.5
Last Turn 22
Longest putt -- Neal Moede
Closest to pin -- Tom Green
Closest to pin -- Sam Foss
Longest putt -- Harold Palmer
Low net scores
0-8 handicap -- Carl Hendrickson 32, Mark Jarboe 33, Dan Doshan 33
9-13 handicap -- Dave Burggraff 29, Chuck O'Day 30, Gerald Yliniemi 30
Over 13 -- Chuck Albrecht 24, Clark Tollefson 27
Closest second -- Jim Haakonson
Closest to pin -- Phil Gaffney
Longest putt -- Colin MacDonald
Longest putt -- Don Samuelson
Low net scores
0-8 handicap -- Tim Bergin 31, Mike Sands 33, Rick Harms 33, Darold Owens 33
9-13 handicap -- Dale Bolt 30, Jerry Hoffman 30, Brent Rivers 30, John Ohlin 31
Over 13 -- Jim Haakonson 26, Todd Froemming 27
Matchups Aug. 8
Last Turn-People's Sec.
Chris Bjornson and Bugs Schmidt won the blind partners game in the Pine Meadows women's golf league Aug. 1
Second place went to Jan Benson and Sue Bevans. Ceil Gorman-Judy Johnson and Eileen Henderson-Lois Person tied for third place.
Tammy Olson and Edie Ramp finished fifth while Doris Moede and Barb Owens were sixth.
The event for Aug. 8 is Ryder Cup.
Ron and Bunny Oseland and Marcia and Dick MaCumber shot a 52 in the best-ball foursome with handicap at couples night at Pine Meadows Aug. 2
Chuck and Sandy O'Day and Rick and Ardell Cook shot a 55 for second while Ruth and Dale Tiedeman and Ron and Pam Dyson shot a 56 for third place.
Marcia MaCumber and Doris Moede each had chip-ins.
Couples night meets every Friday at 5:15 p.m.
American Cancer Society Pink Ribbon Classic
The American Cancer Society's first Pink Ribbon Golf Classic will take place at Whitebirch Golf Course at Breezy Point Aug. 13.
Proceeds will go to breast cancer research.
Registration begins at 7 a.m., followed by a light breakfast. The shotgun start begins at 8 a.m. Lunch and an awards ceremony will follow on the terrace.
If you would like to form a team or become a sponsor, please contact the American Cancer Society at 1-800-ACS-2345.
Co-ed Golf outing
Laurel Mezner, Laurie Getz, Cate Knoll, Barb Elmquist and Carol Hendershott won the scramble event with a 1-under-par at the women's outing July 30 at the Lakes Course at Grand View Lodge.
Second place was a tie between the teams of Gloria Thomas, Thaila Duffield, Sue Van Ryn, Kathy Edmunds and Colleen Schneider and the team of Gloria Pierson, Marilyn Kostoryz, Rosie Light and Joanne Macko.
Longest drive -- Sharon Seeker
Longest putt -- Cate Knoll
Closest to pin -- Sue Van Ryn
The next women's outing is 5:30 p.m. Aug. 13 at the Garden course at Grand View Lodge.
The next co-ed outing is 5:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Woods course at Grand View. To register, or for more information, call the Pines pro shop at (218) 963-0001 or Joni at (218) 820-2607.
Birch Bay results
Linda Grussendorf of Baxter won the pink ball game with a score of 56 at the Birch Bay women's social golf outing July 29.
The group meets Mondays after 4:30 p.m. and Wednesday at 8 a.m.
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