Rhonda Mareck used her closest to the pin proximity to help her shoot 41 and grab the low score for the women's championship league at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Joyce Peterson's 14 putts were the low and Mavis Zachary had the longest putt.
On the Par 3 course Tammy Wisniewski had the longest putt and the fewest putts with 16.
Darlene Swedin's 40 was the low round and Erin Books was closest to the pin.
Sept. 4 will be regular play and Sept. 11, the final night of women's league, will be a scramble.
Breezy Point men
Dick Parks Gas used a 10-2 victory over Birchwood Thursday to extend its Twilight League lead to 3.5 points heading into position night at Breezy Point Resort.
The leaders will face Pestello's Bar, which defeated Bodyworks 7.5-4.5 to claim second place.
Despite the loss, Bodyworks rounds out the top three teams.
Results from Aug. 23:
Pestello's 7.5, Bodyworks 4.5
Thomas & Associates 9.5, Mills Motor 2.5
Cedar Creek Lumber 8, Lion's 4
Dick Parks Gas 10, Birchwood 2
Longest putt: Kent Johnson
Longest putt: Mark Wallin
Longest putt: Randy Hansen
Below 9: Randy Hansen 28, Joe Kocak 31, Dan DeWolfe 32, John Person 32, Gaynard Brown 32, John Cisco 32
10 and up: Siva Suthran 30, Wayne Massie 32, Al Schmitt 32, Ted Zarembski 33, Harold Palmer 33
Dick Parks Gas 58
Pestello's Bar 54.5
Thomas & Assoc. 41
Mills Motor 37
Cedar Creek Lumber 36.5
Aug. 30 matchups
Dick Parks Gas vs. Pestello's
Bodyworks vs. Lion's
Thomas & Assoc. vs. Mills Motor
Cedar Creek Lumber vs. Birchwood
Breezy Point women
Cathy Seczko shot 24 to win the first flight blind holes game Aug. 23 in the Breezy Point Resort women's league.
Sandy O'Day shot 25 for second and Bonnie Person and Sue Bevens each shot 28 for third.
Jean Appleton shot 29 to win the second flight. Sue Obeidzinski and Sue Adamson tied for second.
Kathy Zender won the third flight with a 26. Joi Brandt was second with 28 and Deloris Wick finished third with a 30.
Thursday's event will be "good stuff-bad stuff" at the Traditional course. A pot-luck lunch will follow at the Pelican Lake Conservation Club.
The team of Flossie Ahles, Rose Johnson, Lynn Parker and Mary Lienke tied the team of Connie Bender, Jan Sheets, Pam Jager and Cheryl Gelbman for the mixed hole scramble Aug. 21 in the final women's league event at Madden's Pine Beach East.
Both teams shot 146 to top the second-place team of Valarie Miller, Kay Fitterer, Bonnie Armstrong and Jane Guild.
In third with a 158 was the team of Mary Ann Mahler, Mae Olson, Mary Chapman, Sandy Willow.
The longest putt went to Teri Newman-Slipy. Pam Musielewicz was closest to the pin in two shots. Miller and Barb Elmquist had chip-ins and Bender and Fitterer each had birdies.
League player will resume May 8, 2008. For league info contact Joni Meyer at 855-5941.
Pine River women
Dorla Lind shot a net 33 to win the low net game during the women's league at the Pine River Country Club.
Jean McMullen and Mary Jean Herdey shot 35 to tie for second.
McMullen also had the low number of putts.
Birch Bay women
Rosie Brown of Lake Shore, Janet Foltz of Nisswa, Ardis Wolf of Nisswa and Judy Kolstad of East Gull Lake were winners of the "crazy golf" event during the women's social Aug. 22 at Birch Bay Golf Resort.
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