The Bluffds Bulletin Board Calendar of events
Tuesday, June 18
The Bluffs Men's Senior Tournament.
8 a.m. � Registration and breakfast.
9 a.m. � Shotgun start.
Buffet lunch served (time to be determined).
Note: Breakfast and lunch included in entry fee.
Wednesday, June 19
8 a.m. � Ladies morning golf, register.
8:30 a.m. � Tee off.
11:45 a.m. � Lunch.
12:30 p.m. � Bridge and dominoes.
5 p.m. � Wednesday Evening Ladies League.
5:45 p.m. � Shotgun start.
Thursday, June 20
8 to 10 a.m. � Junior golf.
2:30 p.m. � Registration for regular men's league (be prompt).
3 p.m. � First session shotgun tee-off.
6 p.m. � Second session shotgun tee-off.
Friday, June 14
8 to 10 a.m. � Junior golf.
Senior Men's Fun Golf League
After an early morning shower, 32 seniors showed up on Tuesday, June 11 for golf.
It was good to be back in competition after being rained out for two weeks.
Winners of balls for low scores were led by the team of Irl Oaks, Ivan Pierce, Jack Stewart, and Dave Raabe with a 36. Next came another four-man team of Shorty Hanson, Howard Connors, Jim Grabowski, and Bill Rasmussen with a 38. Winners with a 41 were Bob Lund, Dick Cisar, and Cleland Cook. This week one of the teams scoring 42 won a prize on the tie-breaker. This team included Vern Holter, Mel Marcotte, and Maurice Erickson.
Only two birdies were recorded. One by Oaks team on 6 and the other by Bergland's team on 8. Outstanding shots were made by Pete Bergland's putt for birdie on 8 and Tom Walker sunk a 27-foot putt on #2.
Duncan McGregor had a guest � Bob Raymon � a visitor from the East. Dick Cisar and Dave Raabe were welcomed for the first appearance this year.
Seniors interested in the Senior Tournament on June 18 should register in advance at the club house. Plan on the next Senior three-man scramble on June 25.
Wednesday Evening Ladies League
Another beautiful night for golf: perfect temperature and a light breeze to keep the bugs from landing. Our hosts for the evening were the ladies representing First National Bank. No one got inside the rope, upping the reward by $5 for next week. Our hosts did award pin prizes to Deb Heyl, longest drive on #16, Ruby Plate, longest putt on #11 and Katie Mockler for closest to the pin on #12. In fact, Katie was so close to the pin, she was only inches away from buying the clubhouse a round (4 inches, that is). So attention Karl Mockler! This will serve as official notice that Katie Mockler, in front of 88 witnesses, hit a drive on #12 that landed a scant few inches from the pin (although a rumor is running around that the shot was a "worm-burner"). Consider her lucky to have saved so much money by stopping short of the hole. Needless to say, Katie did not choke and knocked in her remaining putt for the only birdie of the night.
Other golfers enjoying a good evening were Jenny Chandler, who shot the low gross with a 42, and Ruby Plate with the low net of 31 (57-26). Golfing aside, the real money was to be found in the hands of Sue French, who won the Quackson drawing.
Wednesday Evening Ladies League (WELL) Standings
June 5, 2002
Points Possible % Points
Team Won Points Won
1. Lopez Sisters 19.5 20 97.50%
2. PGU 18.5 20 92.50%
3. First National Bank 17 20 85.00%
4. Wannabees 16.5 20 82.50%
5. Tee'd Off 16 20 80.00%
6. Bertha's Babes 15 20 75.00%
7. The Bluffers 14 20 70.00%
8. Environmental Hazards 11 20 55.00%
9. Rough Riders 10.5 20 52.50%
10. Golfin Ladies 10 20 50.00%
11. Mollies Follies 8 20 40.00%
12. Par Tee Girls 7.5 20 37.50%
13. Whatever 7 20 35.00%
14. Lucky Shots 6 20 30.00%
15. The Swingers 5.5 20 27.50%
16. Golf Bags 5 20 25.00%
17. Wedgies 5 20 25.00%
18. Chix with Stixs 4.5 20 22.50%
19. The Pinnacle's 4.5 20 22.50%
20. Good Vibrations 0 20 0.00%
Wednesday Ladies Golf, Bridge and Dominoes
June 5 was a sunny day � amazing! Twenty-two golfers played the back 9 for low scores on par 4's. The winners: Karine Amundson 27, Mary Mock 28, Jan Uhl-JoAnne Beringer-Meryl Reed 31, Edith Nelson 32, Helen Brown 33 and Pat Berglund 35.
Lunch � taco salad � was prepared by Cherry Street Grille and was enjoyed by 44 members. Glennis Stewart and Roberta Benson provided the dessert. The membership drawings were won by Dorothy Reed and Reidella Engman.
The six bridge winners � closest to 1,000 Robin Eisenmenger, 2,000 Sue Ann Stutheit, 3,000 Doris Mitchell, 4,000 Kay Heikes, 5,000 Ellie Davis, 6,000 Jan Uhl. The two marked talley winners were Ellie Davis and Sue Ann Stutheit.
The dominoes winner with low score was Mary Bartels and high score Darlene Engbrecht. Ought doubles penalty � Jayne Merrigan two, and Jan Chapman and Darlene Engbrecht.
The third week of regular league competition continued on June 6 with a 3 p.m. shotgun start using all tee boxes on the front 9. The league is made up of two divisions � American and National, each with 14 teams.
Results of the third week in the American Division shows best scores for LBA Interiors � 19; and Char Bar I � 16.5, giving them a total 46.5 and moves them into first place in the A. D.
Low individual scratch score of 36 went to Rick Haught and Don Harris who had a net score 34. Gary Prosser had a 74, net 68 in his two rounds; while 39 was registered by Steve Brunning which gave him a low net of 35. Also, other under par low net scores went to Brian Augustine (33), and Mike Wettstein ( 34). There were 11 birdies reported for the day. Prosser had birdies on #4 (twice) and # 8; and Harris birdied #3 and #6.
The National Division had three teams with high point scores: Chalkys and The Subs � 19 each, and Par Plus � 18. Neil Chapman had the only scratch score under 40 with a 39 (net 34). Chad Peters had 40 (net 35) and Kevin Brown who played both sessions and had 80, net 72 low scores as he recorded a birdie on #2, during his two rounds. Other low net scores were: Rod Tieman, 33; Troy Nicks, 34; and net of 35 for Bob Mayer. Five birdies and one eagle were reported, with Heath Johnson recording a 3 on #6.
Team standings for Week 3 are listed below: