Peterson leads juniors at Leland CC
Casey Peterson led 9-Holers in the Leland Country Club Junior Golf League with a 44.
Hope Schaljo shot 49, followed by Peter Borowsky at 56 and Kory Cavanaugh at 57.
In the 6-Holers League, Andrew Roberts carded a 31. Carl Hanpeter was next at 38, followed by Michael Roberts at 39 and Charlie Peterson at 40.
In the 3-Holers League, Quinn Irwin shot a 27. Ben Wellborn had a 28 and Oliver and Peter House each had 30s.
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Sugar Loaf The Old Course will be the site of a best-ball golf benefit for the Traverse City Area Mammogram Assistance Fund on Aug. 21.
Theeventhasa9a.m.shotgunstart. Registration begins at 8:15 a.m.
The 18-hole event is for men and women. There will be event and raffle prizes and lunch after golf.
Entry fee is a $25 donation to the Mammogram Assistance Fund plus cart/green fees. Deadline for entry is Aug. 14.
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The team of Linda Keck, Everlyn Freeman, Barbara Braly and Rae Dumke won the Tuesday Dunes Women’s Golf League game of 1-2-3.
Finishing second were Betty Weaver, Janice Freeman, Shirley Drews and Kay Smith.
In a third place tie were the team of Kathy Smith, Mae VanHouze, Barbara Munson and Kathy Conroy and the team of Sandy Hardy, Doris Loznak, Pat Spreng and Dorothy Manning.
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Shirley Ranville, Sandy Spathhelf and Iva Stowe tied for first in a game of the sum of all par threes and par fives in the Tuesday Women’s League at Sugar Loaf The Old Course.
All three players shot 40.
Donna Nehil on No. 1 and Spathelf on No. 12 each had chip ins.
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Buzz Finke, Bill Bryant, John Watkins and Gene Hadjisky finished first with a 49 in the Leland Country Club’s 9-Hole One Best Ball on Odds and Two Best Ball on Evens tournament.
Bud Boesel, Bill Peace, Merrill Almquist and Bryant took second with 52. Finishing third was Norb Gitz, Bob Willard, John Hoppin and Watkins with 53.
Peace was closest to the pin at No. 9.
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Steve Chambers, Dave Hunter and Harry Radcliffe won the Leland Country Club Two Best Ball of Three on July 11.
The team shot 17-under par.
Shep Burr, Jeff Green and Bob Roberts and Dave Buchanan, Logan Hardie and Mark Nesbitt finish tied for second at 8-under, however, Burr, Green and Roberts were declared runners up based on their scorecard playoff.
Chambers was closest to the pin on No. 13 and Ray Malcoun had the longest putt on No. 17.
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