The Bluffs Bulletin Board Wednesday Evening Ladies League (WELL) Standings
July 9, 2003
Points Possible % Points
Team Won Points Won
1. Augusta Gals 36 45 80.00%
2. A Slice of Heaven 32 45 71.11%
3. Lopez Sisters 31 45 68.89%
4. Whatever 26.5 40 66.25%
5. Environmental Hazards 29 45 64.44%
6. First National Bank 25 40 62.50%
7. Bertha's Babes 24.5 40 61.25%
8. Tee'd Off 27 45 60.00%
9. Jacks 25 45 55.56%
10. Lucky Shots 25 45 55.56%
11. T.B.A 24.5 45 54.44%
12. Mollies Follies 21 40 52.50%
13. The Pinnacle's 21 40 52.50%
14. Golf Bags 19 40 47.50%
15. Wedgies 17 40 42.50%
16. The Bluffers 18 45 40.00%
17. Chix With Stixs 16 40 40.00%
18. Rough Riders 17 45 37.78%
19. Sand Yappers 10 45 22.22%
20. Par-Tee Girls 4.5 45 10.00%
21. Lucky Ladies 1 40 2.50%
Monday, July 21
Junior Golf Challenge (check with the Pro Shop).
Tuesday, July 22
8:30 a.m. � Senior Mens' Fun League registration with coffee and donuts.
9:30 a.m. � Shotgun start.
11:30 a.m. � Lunch and prizes (time approximate).
Noon � Open golf (make your own tee times).
Wednesday, July 23
8 a.m. � Ladies morning golf, luncheon and cards activities begin.
9 a.m. � Tee off.
Noon � Lunch.
1 p.m. � Cards
5 p.m. � Wednesday Evening Ladies League.
5:45 p.m. � Shotgun start.
Thursday, July 24
8 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, July 25
9 a.m. � Junior golf (times will be assigned).
5 p.m. � Weekly social and golf (come out and join in the fun and food).
for great day
How fortunate to have another great day for golf on July 9. Twenty-six ladies played and the plan for the day was dice. Roll a dice after your score on a hole than subtract the number rolled from your score.
Jan Uhl was the winner � her score was 6! I've heard she spends hours practicing rolling the dice. Other winners were Karine Amundson, 14, Lynn Hatle, 17, Helen Brown, 18, Darlene Engbrecht, Mary Lee Hennies, 23, and at 24 were Pat Pratt, Glennis Stewart, Eileen Turner and JoAnn Berringer.
Long ago when men cursed and beat the ground it was called witchcraft. Today it's called golf.
Sixteen ladies played dominos and low was Pat Pratt and Bev Mount. High was Babe Hurowitz, and Ardyce Meisenholder, Karine Amundson and Bev Mount won the most rounds. Double blank � Lynn Hatle, Dody Eicher and Karine Amundson.
Bridge also had 16 players. Doris Mitchell had four aces and Meryl Reed was last to take a trick with the nine of trump. Highest after three rounds was Arlene DeVany.
Winners after each table at the end were those closest to 2500. They were Sheryl Etling, Glennis Stewart, Pat Olson and Jan Uhl. Overall high was Doris Mitchell with 4662.
True power is knowing that you can but you don't � in all the above activities.
We were glad to welcome Beth Amundson as a guest.
The membership drawing was won by Pat Olson. Cherries brought by Meryl Reed were won by Thelma Rames. We had delicious chicken served by Cherry Street Grille. Robin Eisenmenger and Meryl Reed furnished ice cream bars to 41 ladies.
The Fourth of July celebration is over, now come and celebrate with the ladies at The Bluffs.
Forty seniors, would-be golfers, had a great time at The Bluffs on Tuesday, July 15. There was a breeze to control the gnats and give us excuses for our bad shots. The scores were commendable.
Our winners this date had a 35, one under par, and our congratulations go to David Bak, Dick Munkvold and Duncan McGregor. Also at 35, we had Sid Davis, Jim Reed and Louie Fostvedt, and the team of Harlan Schott, Cleland Cook, Fritz Bartels and Ardell Hatch.
Following at 36, Al Clem, Ken Beringer and Irl Oakes, then Mo Marcotte, Bill Rasmussen and Joe Conroy. Then at 37, Elmer Mount, Bob Lund and Howard Connors and at 38, Don Baer, Ron Turner and Max Anderson.
There were 12 birdies this date. Our shot-of-the-day awards this date go to Dick Munkvold for at 39-foot birdie chip-in on #18. Sharing honors are Don Baer for his 26-foot birdie putt on #18 and Elmer Mount for his approach shot on #10 from 155 yards out that left a short putt for birdie.
Plan to play senior golf next week with coffee, rolls, and conversation at 8:30 a.m. and golf promptly at 9:30 a.m. Senior lunch follows golf. See you then.
It was an exciting time at the golf course July 9 for Wednesday Evening Ladies League. Hole number 5 gave up three birdies and an eagle (that's right, an eagle). Karen Beckman shot a hole-in-one on #5 and the roar was heard all over the golf course. Congratulations to Karen. Michelle Maloney, Robin Miskimins and Mary Gauer all had birdies on #5 as well. Mary Gauer also had a birdie on #8. Even without a birdie, Mona Bye shot low gross with a 41 while Lois Hazen shot low net with a 30 (46-16).
Our hosts had pin prizes out on the course for us. Winning for the closest second shot on #2 was Susan Oberle. Kathy Anderson received a prize for the longest putt on #9 and Nancy Scheidel won for being closest to the white stake on #6. Inside the clubhouse the big money (Quackson) went to Ann Jensen.