Despite falling to Thelen Heating and Roofing Aug. 30, Halverson Law Office remains in the men's league lead with one week remaining at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Halverson Law holds a 1.5-point lead over Lakes Financial. The two will face each other Thursday. If Halverson Law retains the lead and wins the second half of the season, the teams will face each other again to determine the 2007 winner.
Lakes Financial was the first-half winner.
Thelen Heating is in third, but 10.25 points behind Lakes Financial.
Results from Aug. 6:
Lakes Financial 25.5, Dutch's Duffers 14.5
Remax 20, People's Security 20
US Bank 23, Deerwood Bank 17
American National 26, Edward Jones 18
Ocelco Inc. 26.5, Wells Fargo 17.5
First Federal 33, Lakewood Bank 3
Reichert Bus 23.5, Shep's on 6th 20.5
Thelen Heating 23, Halverson Law 21
Closest to pin: Eric Pitzl
Longest drive: Steve Mau
Closest to pin: Doug Van Steenwyk
Longest drive: Todd Ringler
Front nine: Bob Nelson 30, Steve Larsen 31
Back nine: Mike Doran 29, Chuck Halverson 29
Side game: Van Oium 37
Halverson Law 201.5
Lakes Financial Services 200
Thelen Heating 189.75
Shep's on 6th 187
Reichert Bus 182.25
Dutch's Duffers 181.75
US Bank 178.75
First Federal 177.75
American National Bank 177
Ocelco Inc. 176.25
Edward Jones 173.5
People's Security 168.5
Remax Commercial 157.5
Wells Fargo 124.5
Deerwood Bank 121.5
Lakewood Bank 84.5
Sept. 6 matchups
Halverson Law vs. Lakes Financial Services
Thelen Heating vs. Shep's on 6th
Reichert Bus vs. Dutch's Duffers
US Bank vs. First Federal
American National vs. Ocelco Inc.
Edward Jones vs. People's Security
Remax Commercial vs. Wells Fargo
Deerwood Bank vs. Lakewood Bank
There were four different winners in the championship league and three different winners in the par 3 league Aug. 30 during the women's "fun nite" at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Colleen Hammer sank the longest putt on the par 3 course. Cathy Borgie was closest to the pin and Darlene Swedin tallied the longest putt with the opposite hand.
Tammy Olson captured the long drive from a chair event on the championship course. Barb Wenschlag had the longest putt opposite handed. Becky Butcher was closest to the pin and Carrie Thompson secured the longest putts.
Sept. 11 is the final women's night at the Legacy and will be a scramble.
Breezy Point men
Dick Parks Gas defeated Pestello's Bar 7.5-4.5 to ensure its second-half title Aug. 30 during the men's Twilight golf at Breezy Point Resort.
Dick Parks Gas claimed the title by 6.5 points over Pestello's, which won the first-half title.
The same two teams will battle Thursday to determine the season champion.
Bodyworks, which defeated Lion's 7-5, finished third.
Results from Aug. 30:
Dick Parks Gas 7.5, Pestello's 4.5
Bodyworks 7, Lion's 5
Thomas & Assoc. 6, Mills Motor 6
Cedar Creek Lumber 8.5, Birchwood 3.5
Longest putt: Tom Green
Longest putt: Elman Johnson
Longest putt: Gaynard Brown
Below 9: Ron Oseland 29, John Majka 29, Paul DeWolfe 30, Ron Obeidzinski 30, Wayne Massie 31
10 and up: Elman Johnson 29, Marlin Sorum 32, Roger Rutt 33
Dick Parks Gas 65.5
Pestello's Bar 59
Thomas & Assoc. 47
Cedar Creek Lumber 45
Mills Motor 43
Sept. 6 matchups
First-half winner vs. second-half winner
Fun night for the rest
Breezy Point women
Joi Brandt was the epitome of the "good stuff/bad stuff" game Aug. 30 during the final Breezy Point Resort women's league.
Brandt had the longest drive and hit the most trees during her round.
Other winners Aug. 30 were:
Longest drive: Sue Obeidzinski, Brandt
Shortest drive: Rosalie Gulbrandson, Bunny Oseland
Drive closest to pin: Linda Esser, Darlene Palmer
Drive closest to line: Joan Burnett, Jan Benson
Longest putt: Kathy Zender, Martha Polsfuss
Hit most trees: Brandt, Barb Owens
Hit most sand bunkers: Sue Adamson
Pine River league
Three teams tied for first in the low net score game during the Pine River Country Club's women's league Aug. 30.
Team members were Dorla Lind, Sue Conley, Mary Jane Thompson, Karen Boche, Jean McMullen, Jan Miller, Lois Catchpool, Gloria Taylor, Donna Sarno and Judy Conrad.
Nancy Schmidt had a chip in.
Thursday is the women's league luncheon. Sept. 13 is the last day of league play.
Steve Bruch, Breezy Point, aced the 91-yard, sixth hole at Deacon's Lodge Aug. 23 using a gap wedge.
Sept. 8: Cheddar Memorial: Cuyuna Country Club
Sept 9: Bob Danzl Charity tournament: Pine Ridge Country Club
Sept. 9: Pequot Lakes Youth Sports Boosters, Whitefish Golf Club
Sept. 15: Edgewater Charity Event: Breezy Point Resort's Traditional
Sept. 15: Sandy Valley Lions: Pine Ridge Golf Club
Sept. 15-16 Brainerd Golf Club Open: Legacy Courses at Cragun's
Sept. 16: Senior/Super Senior Tournament: Cuyuna Country Club
Sept. 22-23: 3-person Best Ball/Scramble: Hardwoods Golf Club
Sept. 23: Fifth annual Gary Stiner Iron Man Classic: Emily Greens
Sept. 30: Great Northern Couples Shootout: Grand View Lodge's Pines
Oct. 1 Great Northern Couples Shootout: Grand View Lodge's Preserve
Oct. 6: Pestello's Fall Classic: Breezy Point Resort's Whitebirch
Oct. 7: Legacy Challenge 3-person scramble: Legacy Courses at Cragun's
Oct. 13: Closer: Breezy Point Resort's Whitebirch
Oct. 13: 11th Annual Iron Man: Grand View Lodge's Pines
Oct. 14: 11th Annual Iron Man: Grand View Lodge's Preserve
Oct. 27-28: Greater Whitefish Scramble, Whitefish Golf Club
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