Bluffs Bulletin: Aug. 12, 2011

Wednesday Evening Ladies League Report

 There were many bunnies and at least one turtle spotted on the golf course tonight, Aug. 2, but no birdies for the WELL. It was another beautiful evening, with warm temps but tolerable. There is a tree on #15 that took a beating tonight � only by balls, no clubs were used.

Birthday girl Susan Oberle had longest putt on #10. Happy Birthday Susan! Low gross was Peggy Donnelly with a 43 and low net was Ann Jensen with a 29. Robin Miskimins won $6 in the 50/50. Only two more league nights left. This season went fast. Looking forward to a few memorable nights yet this summer.


Senior Men�s Fun League

On Aug. 9, Dick Kellogg returned to organize the men's senior league after being on the disabled list due to medical and surgical procedures for the past 12 weeks. Cleland Cook has been the very capable organizer during Kellogg's absence. Kellogg and Cook have been co-chairmen of this Senior Men's Fun League for the past six years, since the death of Howard Connors.

Prizes for the day were randomly distributed by a draw of the cards. Twenty-three players showed up to participate. Teams were divided by white tees and red tees. Winners on the red tees was the team of Elmer Mount, Al Clem and Andrew Clem with a 36. Taking second was the team of Lloyd Helseth and Ken Beringer at 42. The best score off the white tees was a 34 by the team of Bob Lund, Pat Boyle and Dick Burbach. Second went to the team of Jerry Sommervold, Jim Reed and Shorty Hanson at 36. Taking third was Turk Pilker, Gary Prasch and Max Anderson with a 36.

Long putts were as follows: 43-footer by Don Baer at #8, 30-footer by Harlan Schott at #3 and a 25-footer by Turk Pilker at #8.

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