The Bluffs Bulletin Board Seniors play match competition In the first match on May 5, the team of Harlan Schott, Dick Burbach and Shorty Hanson became the winner by 4 holes to 1. Hanson made two birdie putts of eight feet on holes #15 and #17. In a losing effort Ross King birdied #12 with an 18-foot putt. In the second match it was a shut out with the team of Bob Solomon, Don Baer and Ron Steckelberg winning 8 holes to 0. Baer made a 21-foot birdie putt on #12, while Solomon made a 19-foot birdie on #15. In a losing effort Dick Kellogg made a 19-foot putt on #11. The third match was very close winning by one stroke. The victors were Rex Huska, Louie Fostvedt, Jim Grabowski and utility player Fritz Bartels. The fourth match was composed of all players over 80 years of age. This was a very competitive bunch. It took an extra play off hole to determine the winner. The final outcome showed the winners to be Alan Clem, Elmer Mount and Quinton Oleoson of Beresford. Oleoson made a 38-foot birdie putt on #18 for the winning effort. The senior men will be moving to morning play on May 19 at 9 a.m. WELL has spring evening It was a beautiful evening for the beginning of the ladies golf league. You know it is spring at The Bluffs when you see the geese family on #3. Darlis would like the cart sign removed from #6, apparently it impedes her approach to the green. Sorry Darlis. The birdies were flying for Jane Uhl tonight, she had two. The longest putt prize on #9 went to Mylynn Hanson who is new to WELL and has yet to establish a handicap. Good job Mylynn! Ruby Plate was hot tonight with low net (30) and low gross (40). Well done Ruby. WELL now has 12 teams and there is always a need for substitutes if anyone is interested.
By David Lias For most people in Vermillion, Cheryl Miller and Pamella Jackson have been merely images on newsprint. The … Read Article