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Local Golf Report: Jensen shines at Frontier tourney

From Tee to Green


Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Tony Woods tees off on the first hole at Beaver Creek Golf Course last week. After a long, harsh winter, and a delayed spring, as well as Milk River flooding last week, golf season has finally arrived in Havre and along the Hi-Line. The three main area courses, BCGC, Prairie Farms Golf Course and the Chinook Golf Club are all fully open, and even league golf is getting underway this week. As always, Havre Daily News sports editor George Ferguson will have all the golf action from around the area in Tee to Green, which runs every Tuesday. Anyone wanting information published should email Ferguson by Sunday night of each week.

While flooding has been the talk of the start of the local golf season, temperatures have also finally warmed, and, area golf courses were full of golfers over the last weekend.

And that's great news, after a long, hard winter.

However, for the Montana State University-Northern golf teams, they traveled a long distance to finish their 2018-18 season.

The Lights and Skylights of head coach Dave Boles, were in Phoenix, Arizona, last week for the 2018 Frontier Conference Championships. It was tough going for the Northern teams because they weren't able to get on any golf courses in...

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