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Local Golf Report: Golfers gear up for tournaments

It's full swing now. School is out and golf season is in high gear.

Over the next two months, local courses will be busy with play, from recreational golf to high-pressure tournaments, this next few months will be a fun time for golf enthusiasts.

The tournament schedule will start to heat up, starting June 16 at Prairie Farms with the annual Natalie Patrick Memorial Foundation scramble. There's another tournament with a great cause also on the horizon in the Havre Women Fighting Breast Cancer Tourney. The tourney will be held June 30 at Prairie and will be a 3-woman, nine-hole scramble. Registration deadline is June 15 and entry forms are available at the Prairie Farms Pro Shop or by calling 262-4362. Any donations to the tourney are also welcome.

League golf has been going for nearly two months now and the end of the first half of men's league at Prairie Farms is nearing.

This past Tuesday night saw Northstar Dodge earn 22.5 points to take home high-team honors for the night. Chase Hillman shot a solid 1-under-par 35 to earn low gross. Dave Armstrong was low net with a 28. Schubert Agency is out in front in the Tuesday standings with 126 points. Patrick Construction, Korb Construction and Hole 19 and Rock Solid round out the top four spots.

Last Wednesday saw Master Sports roll with 26.5 points. Matt Hedstrom and Jim Kato each fired even-par rounds of 36 for low gross and Cody Mattfeldt was low net with a 28. Valley Furniture is running away with the Wednesday standings. The team is in front with 134.5 points. Master Sports is a distant second, followed by Waddell & Reed and Michelob Light.

In Thursday night men's league at Beaver Creek Golf Course, Super 8 scored 24 points to earn high-team honors last Thursday. Frank Henry was low gross with a 40 and Kyle Surber was low net with a 29. PJ's Poker is leading the BCGC standings with 122 points. Kim's Heating & AC, Hi-Way Bar and Standard Nutrition round out the top four spots.

The ladies are also getting going at Prairie Farms. Last Thursday was the second night of league, and Western Drug scored 22.5 points to earn high team. The team is composed of Paula McLain, Lorna Kirkpatrick, Dominique Preputin and Kasey Shettel. Ali Ward shot a 39 to earn low gross and Lindsey Kellam netted a 31.

Prairie Farms Golf Leagues

Tuesday Night Men's Standings

Schubert Agency 126; Bing-N-Bob's 122; Patrick Construction 120.5; Korb Construction 112.5; Hole 19 109; Rock Solid 109; BKD 106.5; Wagner Plumbing 105.5; Hi Line 103.5; Tilleman Motors 102.5; Stockman Bank 101; Walleye 100; Northern Edge 92.5; Northstar Dodge 92.

Wednesday Night Men's Standings

Valley Furniture 134.5; Master Sports 119.5; Waddell & Reed 117.5; Michelob Light 113; BPCU 112.5; Independence Bank 111; Modern 110.5; D.A. Davidson 110; Baldwin Insurance 110; Comfortable 108; Mariani Insurance 107; Taco Johns 103; Prairie Farms 96.5; Havre Ford 96.5; Marc N 68.5.

Thursday Night Women's Standings

Independent Inspection 48; Patrick Construction 44.5; Schubert Agency 43; Havre Heating & AC 36.5; D.A. Davidson 36; Northern Montana Hospital 35.5; Stockman Bank 33.5; Western Drug 29; Golden Spike 26; SM Construction 26; Independence Bank 21; Prairie Farms 13.5.

BCGC Thursday Night Men's


PJ's Poker 122; Kim's Heating & AC 115; Hi-Way Bar 112; Standard Nutrition 111.5; TWRD/CCCC 111; Super 8 110; Stone Child College 109; Midtown Car Care 106; Triangle Communications 105.5; Nalvika's Pizza 104.5; Waddell & Reed 104; Beaver Creek 102; Independence Bank 97.5; Concept Lawn 87.5; Black Butte Electric 83.5; 406 Racing 77.5; Havre Ford 40.5.


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