The Bluffs Bulletin Board Calendar of events
Tuesday, October 8
New schedule for Senior Men's Fun Golf League:
11:30 a.m. � Lunch served (be there!).
12:15 p.m. � Shotgun start � don't be late!
Thursday, October 10
2:30 p.m. � Men's Day. Play your own games.
3 p.m. � Tee-off times to be arranged with Rusty and Eric.
enjoy good weather
Thirty seniors gathered at The Bluffs on the first day of October to challenge the back nine. Scores were good but could have been better. The weather was favorable and the wind was strong enough to be a factor. We found four birdies recorded with Mo Marcotte's team having two and one each for Ross Johnson's team and Elmer Mount's team.
Our winning team scored a 38 and marked the return to action on a limited basis for Maurice Erickson. He was joined by Shorty Hanson, Jim Grabowski and Bob Lund. Congratulations men.
Our other 38 was turned in by Mo Marcotte, Stan Munger and Cleland Cook. The other prize winners all tied at 39. These three teams were Sid Davis, Vern Holter, Cal Petersen and Ray Lynn followed by Ross Johnson, Dick Munkvold and Bill Rasmussen and Elmer Mount, Howard Connors and Jim Reed.
Our shot-of-the-day award goes to Dave Raabe for his chip-in from off the green on #10.
Attention seniors: Beginning next week on Oct. 8 the time frame for our golf will be as follows:
Senior lunch � 11:30 a.m.
Golf at The Bluffs � 12:15 p.m.
If you plan to arrive late please call the clubhouse so we can assign you to a team. Let's enjoy these last weeks of the season.
Wednesday Ladies Golf
meets for last day
September 25 � the last day of organized golf � was a gorgeous day � cool, sunny, just a bit breezy. "Logo Ball" team golf was the game. Three teams of three and two teams of four played the front 9 with special rules and clubs. The teams of three � Daytoni won first with a team score of 180. Santa Rita team with 181 was second. Honey Bun team was third with 200. The teams of four � Black Wolf had a 236 and Sallie Mae team came in with 272. Jan Uhl had a low score of 46. Helen Brown second low with 53. Dody Eicher came the farthest to play all season. Helen Brown had compiled the scores of the players for the Ringer Board. The most improved on the front 9 was Carol Hanson and Dorothy Dahlman for the back 9. Darlene Engebrecht was most improved for the 18 holes.
A potato bar lunch was served to 43 members. Dessert was provided by Pat Berglund, Sarah Brown and Karine Amundson. The car wash was won by Phyllis Christol. Membership drawings went to Arlene DeVany, Ardyce Meisenholder, Jan Chapman, Kay Heikes, Reidella Engman and Peggy Mollet.
High winners at bridge were Jan Uhl, Reidella Engman, Lana Rusch and Mary Ann Welden. The four low winners were Trudie Klopper,
Lorraine Brunick, Robin Eisenmenger and Pat Olson.
At the two dominoes tables the highs were Dodie Eicher and Mary Bartles. The lows were Darlene Engbrecht and Babe Hurowitz. Jayne Merrigan won most rounds. Highest rounds were Dorothy Dahlman and Kay Heikes. Cynthia Cheney was able to stay and finish a game � she received the "Perseverance Award." The domino players presented Mary Bartels with a Lifetime Achievement Medallion. "Queen of Rules � She who must be obeyed," for her efforts in estbalishing the Mexican Train Domino brigade at the afternoon activities this year.
Men's League names
Men's League Ryder Cup first round:
The two teams played the Campbell format (pairs modified alternate shot) on Thursday, Sept. 26 in the first round of the local Ryder Cup challenge.
Team results were (* indicates winning pair)*
STEVENS vs JENSEN
Dave Raabe * Ron Johnson
Kevin Brown Jon Dimmick
Harland Durkin *Gary Prosser
Tom Schaack Kurt Kuiper
Mark Clark *Steve Donnelly
Kim Gilkyson Bob Bowker
Danny Brown* Don Harris
Greg Baedke Romney Jones
Jim Frye* Jere Chapman
Brian Steele Michael Allen
Justn McVay-tie Don Scheidel
Rick Haught-tie Nick Hovden
Jay Hennies* Bob Ulrich
Eric Stevens Rusty Jensen
Week one had a total of seven points with them split evenly between the teams (3.5-3.5).