Tuesday, June 20
Senior Men's fun league; breakfast and buffet lunch included.
8 a.m. � Registration and coffee.
9 a.m. � Shotgun start.
Wednesday, June 21
8 a.m. � Ladies Morning Golf, luncheon and dominoes.
8:30 a.m. � Tee-off.
Noon � Lunch/games.
12:30 p.m. � Dominoes.
5 p.m. � Wednesday Evening Ladies League.
5:45 p.m. � Shotgun start.
Thursday, June 22
Men's Day; regular Men's League competition.
2:30 p.m. � Registration, please be prompt.
3 p.m. � Shotgun start, first session.
6 p.m. � Shotgun start, second session.
Friday, June 23
8:00 a.m., 9 a.m., & 10 a.m. ��Junior golf.
5 p.m. � Social hour.
6 p.m. � Golf activities.
Men's League standings
Here For The Beer 56.5
Multiple Putts 56.5
Grave Diggers 52.5
Bluffs Boys 52
Fox Pizza 49
First Dakota 46
Missing Links 43.5
Serious Six 37.5
Midwest Homes 36
First Bank & Trust 61.5
Bogey + 51
Bank Of The West Ins 50.5
Wells Fargo 50
Coldwell Banker 42.5
Char Bar 29
Men's League weekly report
The fourth week of league play was contested on June 8 with 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. shotgun starts using 12 tee boxes on the back nine.
While there was a slight breeze and cloudy skies, the scores soared with only a few under 40 recorded.
The results of the second week in the American divisions had the best score for "Here for the Beer", moving them to first in the standings. "Fox Pizza " advanced two places with 17 points, while "Grave Diggers" replaced "Bluffs Boys" in third with a 15.5 score.
Lowest individual score went to Bill Powell with a under par 35. Three players scored 38; Dave Chickering, Chad Lavin, and Dan Brown (net 31) . Brian Steele almost reached 40 with his 41 reported.
Twelve birdies were reported for the day. Chickering and Powell each had two.
The National division's best team score was 18 by "First Bank & Trust" which put them in first place. "Bank of the West Ins." moved from ninth to fourth in the standings with 17 points. "LBA" scored 16.5 points.
Lowest individual score was earned by Rick Haught who had a one over 37. Derrick Brown had a 38; Bob Boone and Mike Wettstein � 39 each; and Don Harris � 40.
Eleven birdies were recorded with no one recording more than one.
Seniors have great fun
On a beautiful Monday morning 27 seniors played a round of golf. No wind, no rain and no bugs.
Pastor Joe Villalobos returned to our group for the first time this summer.
The low score for the day was the low score for the year. The team was made up of Shorty Hanson, Vern Holter and Joe Villalobos. Their score was 34. Following closely behind was the threesome of Harlan Schott, Don Baer and Guy Buttons. They had a 38.
Just one stroke below them for a 39 were Bob Boone, Louie Fostvedt and Dick Gregory.
The next three teams that were also awarded prizes were Max Andersen, Ted Van Bruggen and Jim Grabowski. Also, Jerry Johnson, Pat Boyle and Jim Reed made up another threesome along with Ken Beringer, Allen Clem and Bob Lund. These golfers all had a score of 40.
The seniors will resume their regular schedule on May 20. Coffee at 8:15 a.m., tee off at 9 a.m. and lunch at 11:45 a.m.
Please join us for a great time of laughter and companionship.