The Bluffs Bulletin Board

The Bluffs Bulletin Board Men's League Standings

Week 3

American League

1. Still Smokin' 52.5

2. Recuerdos/Silver Dollar 43.53

3. Alkota 41

4. The Pickups 40.5

5. Coldwell Banker 39

6. Divots 37.5

7. Chalkys 3

8. PIK 32.5

9 Bogey+ 31.5

10. Eagles 29.5

11. Multiple Putts 29

12. Drew's Crew 24

13. Serious Six 23.5

14. Free Swingers 22

National League

1. Bluffs Boys 40.5

2. Misfits 38.5

3. Char Bar 38

4. West Side Inn 38 5. Pros 37.5

6. Back Nine Grille 37

7. Ace Hardware 37

8. First National 35

9. Bogeys 4-Ever 33.5

10. S&H Construction 32

11. Miller Lite 32

12. LBA 31

13. Community First Insurance 30.5

14. Sandtrappers 22.5

Calendar of events

Monday, June 8

8 a.m. � Couples Tournament registration.

9 a.m. � Shotgun start.

Tuesday, June 10

8:30 a.m. � Senior Mens' Fun League registration and coffee.

9:30 a.m. � Shotgun start (approximate).

11:30 a.m. � Lunch (approximate).

Noon � Open golf (make your own tee times).

Wednesday, June 11

8 a.m. � Ladies morning golf, luncheon and cards activities begin.

8:30 a.m. � Tee off.

11:45 a.m. � Lunch.

12:30 p.m. � Cards

5 p.m. � Wednesday Evening Ladies League.

5:45 p.m. � Shotgun start.

Thursday, June 12

8 a.m. and 9 a.m. � Junior golf (times will be assigned).

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 13

9 a.m. � Junior Golf (times to be assigned).

Rock contributes

to Brunick's bad luck

The third week of regular league competition continued on May 29 with a 3 p.m. shotgun start using all tee boxes on the front 9.

Golf is a humbling activity but even the worst duffer sometimes has some success. The results on the individual accomplishments for the low score competitions were: Farren Pratt � low net, 29; and a three way tie for Nick Hovden, Scott Munger and Tim Christopherson � low gross, 38.

Flag prize winners were: Mike Wickersham � closest to pin on #8; and Steve Spawn � longest putt on #9. Most embarrassing moment went to Dave Brunick on #8 when his tee shot landed 10 feet from the green and hit a rock which sent the ball back 50 yards from the women's teebox. He then scored a 5 on the hole.

Results of the third week in the National division shows best scores for Bluffs Boys � 18.5; and First National � 15.5. Low individual scratch score of 36 went to Rusty Jensen who had birdies on #2 and #3. Christopherson had a 78, net 70 in his two rounds; while 38 (net 35) was registered by Mike Wettstein. Also, other under par low net scores went to C. Peterson (35), and of course, Farren Pratt's 29 net.

There were 10 birdies reported for the day. Pratt had birdies on #7 and # 9. The American division had two teams with high point scores: Coldwell Banker � 17.5; and Serious Six � 15.5. Three golfers had the only under 40 scratch scores with 38s � Scott Munger (net 30) � Nick Hovden (net 34) and Ryan Baedke (net 37).

Other low net scores were: Mike Kruse (33); Joe Villalobos (34); Brian Steele and Jeff Hammerstrom (35 each).

Ten birdies and one eagle were reported, with Munger and Hovden each recording 2 birds, and Bob Hansen making eagle 3 on # 2.

Ladies Golf

plays 'Dice'

May 28 was another beautiful day for the Wednesday Ladies Golf Bridge and Dominos. Beautiful clouds, no wind, no rain gave all a good feeling for a great day for golf, etc.

Forty-four ladies joined for hamburgers and all the trimmings served by the Cherry Street Grille, after which Mary Lee Hennies and Lynne Hatle served delicious cakes. Yummy.

There were 23 ladies teamed up in fours for golf. The game for the day was "Dice." After playing a hole the dice were rolled and that number subtracted from your score. If you shot a 4 and rolled a 6 your score would be 2, but if you shot an 8 and rolled a 1 your score would be 7.

There was proof that we have some gamblers in our group by the scores some turned in. The top gambler was Helen Brown with 11; second were Karin Amundson and Mary Mock with 14; Rula Hatch 15; Jane Uhl 16; Jan Uhle 17; Pat Steckleberg and Pat Pratt 20.

Twenty ladies stayed to play bridge. Dorothy Reed and Jean Marshall were in charge � High score of 4250, Glenny Stewart; second, Marilyn Johnson 4060; Jean Marshall, low 1170 and in the middle was Margaret Cash with 2080.

There were two table of dominos with 13 ladies. Lynn Hatle was in charge and winners were, tied for low, Jan Chapman and Karine Amundson; High, Karen Benson; and middle point, Babe Hurowitz.

We were very sorry to hear Mary Bartels had fallen and broken her hip. Hurry and get well, Mary; we need you.

We were pleased to have several visitors: Betty McCullough, Margaret Cash, Eleanor Mungar and Ardyce Miesenhoder's daughter, Diane, from Rapid City.

Nace finally

wins a prize

The Wednesday Evening's Ladies League had a great evening for golf May 28 � warm (but not hot) temperature and a wind to help on the par 5s. Jenny Chandler took full advantage of the night, shooting the low gross of 37 and carding a birdie on #6. Other golfers with birdies were Deb Heyl on #6, Mary Gauer on #8 and Kathy Merrigan-Manning on #3.

Ruby Plate also enjoyed her outing, having the low net score of 30 (48-18). There were no prizes this week. The Quackson was won by Nace Huska, who proclaimed it the first thing she's won at the course in 10 years. Hopefully she won't have to wait another 10.

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