The rain has gone away. But flooding continues to be the story on the Hi-Line, and in many parts of Montana.
Flooding is still a main concern at Beaver Creek Golf Course as well. As of Monday afternoon, the waters have receded some at BCGC, but much of the course is still saturated, and areas hit hardest, which are No. 8, No. 2, No. 9 and No. 1 continue to have flood waters on the ground.
Meanwhile, golf resumed at Prairie Farms this past week, with men’s league action last Tuesday. Spencer’s Hi-Way Bar scored 22.5 points to earn high-team honors. The team is composed of Bud Baldwin, Dennis Donovan, Denny Kannberg and Craig Patrick. Jimmy Kirkpatrick fired a stellar even-par 36 for low gross, while Roby Meyers was low net with a 29.
Last Wednesday night saw D.A. Davidson score 22.5 points for high team. The team was made up of Barry Zanto, Jim Wirt, Frank Peterson and Jordy Donovan. Jordy also shared low gross with Justin Newton. Both players went with 1-under 35s. Dennis Donovan was low net with a 33.
In ladies’ league action last Thursday night at Prairie Farms, Golden Spike scored a whopping 29 points to take home high-team honors. The team is composed of Connie Peterson, Tammy Boles, Stacey Baldwin and Ali Ward. Ward’s 41 was good for low gross for the evening, while Kelsey Ward was low net with a 32.
The tournament schedule will start to heat up this week at Prairie Farms. Saturday, the annual Natalie Patrick Foundation Scramble will be held. The tournament is a four-person scramble, and is the first of three straight big tournaments at Prairie. The Northern Lights Athletic and Scholarship Foundation will hold its annual NLASF Tournament on June 22, and the month will wrap up with the annual Havre Women Fighting Breast Cancer Tournament June 29. For more information on any of these tournament, call the Pro Shop at Prairie Farms at 265-4790.
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