The Bluffs Bulletin Board Saturday, June 25
2 p.m. � Buick Scramble.
Tuesday, June 28
Senior Men�s Fun Golf League.
8:30 a.m. � Registration.
9 a.m. � Shotgun start.
Wednesday, June 29
8 a.m. � Ladies morning golf, luncheon and cards/ dominoes activities.
8:30 a.m. � Tee off.
12 p.m. � Lunch/games.
12:30 p.m. � Cards/dominoes.
5 p.m. � Wednesday Evening Ladies League.
5:45 p.m. � Shotgun start.
Thursday, June 30
League Stag � Free food, fun and games. All teams participate. Eric will have an acctivity ready to go.
2:30 p.m. � Check in for pairings and tee assignments.
3 p.m. � First session shotgun start.
6 p.m. ��Second session shotgun start.
Friday, July 1
8, 9 and 10 a.m. � Junior golf.
5 p.m. � Register.
6 p.m. Shotgun start.
The fourth week of regular league competition continued on June 16, with a 3 p.m. shotgun start using all tee boxes on the back 9. The weather was a mix of sunshine with southerly 5-10 mph breezes, but the course conditions were excellent. Too bad it didn�t show more than a little improvements in league scoring!
Results of the fourth week in the National division shows best scores for Bogey + 20 points, moving them up from sixth to third in the standings; and the duo of Char Bar (17) and Americlean (16.5), ended up in fourth and second respectively.
Low individual scratch score of 36 went to Nick Hovden who had birdies on holes #10 and #18. Bob Boone scored a 38 (net 35) and Mike Wettstein had a 3 over par 39. Three players recorded a 40 � Scott Isaak, Kevin Brown, and Billy Willroth. There were 13 birdies reported for the day. Mike Billiet, Hovden, Brown, and Willroth each with two.
The American division had three teams with high point scores: The PIK with 17.5; Midwest Homes (17), and Serious Six 16.5. There were only three golfers under 40 � Mark Clark (37), and Gary Prosser and Dave Geise � 39 each. Clark Lewison had a 41 but birdied holes #11, #15, and #17. Mark Clark birdied #18 and had an eagle 3 on #15. There were a total of 10 birdies recorded.
Grave Diggers 59
Midwest Homes 54.5
Bluffs Boys 54
Serious Six 52
Multiple Putts 47*
Bank of the West Ins. 43
First Dakota 41
Vote for Pedro 40.5
Fox Pizza/Miller Lite 37
Bogeys 4 Ever 30.5
Total Flooring 23
*Noe � (Tentative)
First Bank & Trust 64
Char Bar 55.5
West Side Inn 51
Coldwell Banker 39.5
Sons of Thunder 27.5
net scores for W.E.L.L.
Wednesday, June 15, was another gorgeous night for golf. The course was finally dry enough to allow us to play the back nine and the layoff did wonders for the holes and the golfers. Our hosts, the Fore Pars, placed three pin prizes on the course.
They awarded a prize for the shortest drive in the fairway on #10 to Lynn Mortensen. The prize for the longest drive in the fairway on #14 went to Mary Ellen Jensen � and it was a beaut. Of course, according to Mary Ellen, its� about all she did right that night. The third prize was for the longest putt on #18, which went to Mary Ellen�s playing partner Ann Stewart. Ann was hot all around this night. She shot the low net of 28 (42-14). However, as wonderful as that score is, Lois Hazen tied Ann for the low net with her own 28 (44-16).
Honorable mention needs to be given to Kari Holden, who had a net score of 29 (55-26). The low gross score this week was a blistering 33, shot by Jenny Chandler. This does, however, break Karrie Plate�s string. In pursuit of her score Jenny Chandler had three (count-em) birdies. She birdied holes 11, 13 and 16. Also netting a birdie was Susan Oberle on #13.
Kelly Saunders tried for a bunny on #16 � and was almost successful. What is a bunny? A small, furry rodent with large ears. One was munching the grass near #16 green when Kelly hit close to him/her. The rabbit took off, then, for safer table fare. Inside the clubhouse another short string began, when Robin Miskimins won the Quackson drawing for the second week in a row.