Wendy Shamp sank the longest putt and was closest to the pin on the Par 3 Course during the Sept. 9 women's league at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Cinde Baron's 36 was the low round on the Par 3.
On Dutch's front nine Kathy Wernberg and Debbie Briggs tied with 45 for the low round. Rhonda Mareck hit the longest drive and Leisha Tietz was closest to the pin.
Pine River Country Club
Mary Jean Herdey is this year's Pine River Country Club women's club champion as she shot the two-day gross score during women's league.
Eileen Springer captured the low net championship and the low putts honor.
Nancy Schmidt and Sue Conley drained the longest putts. Phyllis Anderson hit the longest drive and was awarded the most improved player. Closest to the pin went to Donna Balzer and Schmidt.
Springer also won the first flight with Herdey claiming second place. Gloria Taylor won the second flight with Dorla Lind and Sue Conley tied for second.
Next year's women's league is scheduled to begin on the first Thursday in May.
Barb Holubar (flight A), Marguerite Baker (flight B) and Mary Ann Erickson and Darlene Bonnema (flight C) won the low putts event during the Sept. 10 Whitefish Women's 18-hole league.
Cheryl Bontrager finished second in flight A followed by Janice DuBois and Mary Kay Kendall.
Judy Johnson and Jean Freytag tied for second in flight B and Marlys Guse and Nancy Schmidt tied for fourth.
In flight C Norma Pavek placed third followed by Pat Montgomery.
Baker carded the low net with her 70.
Barb Hanson tallied a birdie and Holubar, Pavek, Kendall and Freytag each sank chip ins.
Pine River winners
Nancy Schmidt and Pat Kline won the glow in the dark tournament Aug. 20 at the Pine River Country Club.
Finishing second were Chris Newman and Michael Stain followed by Paul Schmidt and Troy Huber.
Kathy Coombs shot 96 for medalist honors in the fourth annual Labor Day tournament at the Pine River Country Club. Nancy Schmidt was the low net winner.
Gloria Taylor won the both the gross and net divisions for the first flight.
Don Strain's 79 was good for medalist honors on the men's side. He also claimed low net in the championship flight.
Michael Strain and Dale Herdey tied for low gross in the first flight, with Herdey winning low net.
In the second flight Luke Trumpold won low gross and John Regan won low net.
Terry Larson, Brainerd, aced the 108-yard, 17th hole at Eagles Landing on Sept. 2 using a 9-iron.
Denise Falls, Edina, aced the 90-yard, 14th hole at The Classic at Madden's Sept. 12 using a sand wedge.
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