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Berry Wins Minnesota PGA Professional Championship

Posted Wednesday, August 29th, 2007 11:19 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 11:19 PM

Don Berry of Edinburgh USA shot a final round 1-under par 71 for a 54-hole total of 6-under par 210 to win the 2007 Minnesota PGA Professional Championship at the TPC of the Twin Cities. Dave Tentis was two shots back, followed by Dale Jones of Mendakota.

The three day tournament was held at both the TPC and at Bunker Hills in Coon Rapids (and home to the offices of the Minnesota PGA).

The top seven players advance to the 2008 PGA Professional Championship being held next June at Reynolds Plantation in Georgia.

Here are the qualifiers:

1, Don Berry, Edinburgh USA, 70-69-71-210 (-6), $4,500
2, David Tentis, Troy Burne GC, 71-71-70-212 (-4), $3,500
3, Dale Jones, Mendakota CC, 72-69-74-215 (-1), $2,500
4, John Kendall, Giants Ridge Golf & Ski, 73-71-72-216 (E), $2,000
5, Craig Brischke, Tanners Brook GC, 72-72-73-217 (+1), $1,750
T6, Bill Israelson, Vintage GC, 77-69-72-218 (+2), $1,425
T6, Chris Bailey, Hillcrest G&CC, 78-65-75-218 (+2), $1,425

Full Leaderboard

Originally published by DK on August 29, 2007 at 11:19 pm

2007 Minnesota State Fair

Posted Wednesday, August 29th, 2007 12:42 am GMT -5 in Family,Food,Running at 12:42 AM

My 38th consecutive Minnesota State Fair is in the books. Our family had a great time last Sunday–perfect weather, my oldest daughter and I ran our first Milk Run 5K (39:07), we ate great food and I left with money in my pocket.

Food this year included all of the usuals:

  • Pronto Pups
  • Cheese Curds
  • French Fries
  • Danielson Onion Rings
  • Sweet Martha’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Mac and Cheese on a Stick
  • Turkey Sandwich

Picked up our yearly button at the admin building and checked out the great Birawer State Fair print in the fine arts building. Lots of walking, rides and fun stuff (as usual).

More pictures coming soon…

Originally published by DK on August 29, 2007 at 12:42 am

Indian Hills Course Notes

Posted Tuesday, August 28th, 2007 02:34 am GMT -5 in Golf at 2:34 AM

Last weekend we used another silent auction certificate to play 18 holes at Indian Hills Golf Club in Stillwater. This Don Herfort course opened in 1970 and lies hidden just off of Highway 36.

A former co-host of the Tapemark Charity Pro-Am (along with Southview CC), I was anxious to finally see and play this course. Or entire group came away with a very favorable impression–lots of strong, memorable holes, good conditioning and a friendly staff.

The greens were a little slower than the typical Twin Cities private course, but that may have been due to the recent rains more than anything. Several holes were cart path only because of overall sogginess in the fairways.

We played the white tees, which stretched to more than 6,400 yards. A big chunk of that yardage comes at the end of the round in the form of three straight 400+ yard par four holes.

The clubhouse has a bit of a ’70s vibe to it, which was made all the more memorable when the neighbors on the 18th green played Doors songs out the window as we finished in the beautiful Saturday afternoon sunshine.

Originally published by DK on August 28, 2007 at 2:34 am

Marshfield Wisconsin

Posted Friday, August 24th, 2007 11:06 am GMT -5 in Food,Travel at 11:06 AM

How could I not eat here? Quick overnight trip to Marshfield, Wisconsin with the family (my wife had meetings at the Marshfield Clinic). Stayed at the Marshfield Holiday Inn and had a blast in their nice pool area with three-story water slide. Driving back this evening…

Originally published by DK on August 24, 2007 at 11:06 am

This Week on FORE! Minnesota

Posted Friday, August 24th, 2007 10:42 am GMT -5 in Golf at 10:42 AM

The last FORE! Minnesota of the season airs Saturday, August 25, 2007 (9 am on KSTC-45):

  • Course Tour: Blackberry Ridge GC (Sartell, MN)
  • Great Moments in MN Golf: 1916 (US Open, Minikahda CC)
  • Stories of Golf: 2007 Tee It Up For The Troops Event (Mendakota CC)
  • Tad Reeve’s Dream 18: Somerset #12
  • Pro Strategies: Pete Hendrickson (Gopher Hills GC, Cannon Falls)
Originally published by DK on August 24, 2007 at 10:42 am

Bent Creek Course Notes

Posted Thursday, August 23rd, 2007 05:00 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 5:00 PM

A few weeks back we used a certificate from Don Berry’s Edinburgh USA Pro-Am silent auction for a foursome at Bent Creek Golf Club in Eden Prairie. The weather was hot, so we basically had the course to ourselves.

Bent Creek is an entertaining course to play. Many of the holes seem easy on the card, but can quickly turn into big numbers on the scorecard. The elevation changes on the front nine provide lots of variety, while water plays a bigger part on the flatter back nine. There was some limited tree damage from the string of storms that have passed through the area recently.

Don Herfort re-designed the course in 1973 and additional changes made in 1990 when course ownership changed hands. As we wrote earlier this year, plans to develop the golf course for other uses have been put on hold by the Eden Prairie city council.

Originally published by DK on August 23, 2007 at 5:00 pm

Golf Magazine 2007 Top 100 Courses

Posted Tuesday, August 21st, 2007 10:21 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 10:21 PM

The September issue of Golf Magazine has their latest top 100 rankings for U.S. and world courses.

How did Minnesota courses do? Interlachen moved up from #96 on the U.S. list to #72, while Hazeltine dropped from #67 to #77.

This was the first time they reported the quantitative numbers used in the survey of their course reviewers and both Minnesota course totals were similar: 32.80 for Interlachen and 32.32 for Hazeltine.

The top three U.S. courses were Pine Valley (94.92), Cypress Point (93.86) and Augusta National (84.64).

Neither Minnesota course made the top 100 world list.

Originally published by DK on August 21, 2007 at 10:21 pm

LA Wrap-Up Redux

Posted Monday, August 20th, 2007 11:34 pm GMT -5 in Food,Running,Travel,Work at 11:34 PM

Arrived back from the latest trip to Los Angeles last week and felt totally exhausted. I’ve got one week to recover, then it’s back out there again.

A few notes from this trip:

I’ve been working my way down the South Bay–first trip I stayed in Manhattan Beach, second time Hermosa Beach and this time Redondo Beach. My co-worker and I stayed at the Best Western Sunrise Redondo Beach Hotel, which was very nice, but a little pricey for this type of hotel. The location was great, the room was in good condition, the staff was friendly and the breakfast buffet was convenient. Unfortunately, the free in-room internet access didn’t work, but it did work in the lobby. When I told this to the front desk worker, he apologized and offered me a $50 gift certificate for a future stay. Well done.

I got out for a couple of six mile runs along the beach in the mornings. I ran from the Redondo Beach marina up the Strand through Hermosa Beach and out to the end of the Manhattan Beach Pier. From there, I ran along the beach front itself back to Redondo, dodging the waves and birds. I left by 6:30 both days, so the crowds were light. Very fun run that I hope to do again next time.

Speaking of next time, I’ll be spending it at the new “company” apartment in Redondo Beach. Located about four blocks from the ocean, the two bedroom apartment will make a nice home away from home for future visits. It will be great to not spend all that time looking for good hotel deals.

Restaurants this time included In-N-Out Burger, Sushi Casa Arigato in Redondo Beach and Uncle Bill’s Pancake House in Manhattan Beach. LOVED Uncle Bill’s–reminded me of Key’s, except by the beach. Manhattan Beach as a town is probably my favorite spot in the South Bay. Definitely need to spend more time there in the future.

On the last night, Jake and I drove over to Knott’s Berry Farm and took advantage of the half price after 4pm deal. I wanted to do the Chicken Dinner Restaurant again, but it was either that or go in the park. We did stop at a “Chicken Express” window, but it was nowhere near the same quality as the real restaurant.

The log ride was closed for renovation and the Xcelerator shut down before I got back there to ride it, but I did get in a few rides. Rode the GhostRider once right away (and again before we left), then did the Calico Mine Ride, followed by the old school Montezooma’s Revenge and the jaw-compressing Silver Bullet. Knott’s really seemed much larger when I was kid, but it’s still worth a stop every now and then.

Originally published by DK on August 20, 2007 at 11:34 pm

Golf Digest 2007 College Guide

Posted Monday, August 20th, 2007 06:14 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 6:14 PM

The September 2007 issue of Golf Digest magazine has a 20-page college golf guide section that has a picture of Gopher golfer Victor Almstrom at the NCAA Championship on the first page of the article.

They rank schools several ways (golf first, balanced and academics first), which are described on this page.

No Minnesota schools appeared in the men’s top 50 “golf first” rankings (Northwestern was the only Big Ten school at number 24). The Gopher men’s team was ranked 57th in that classification.

On the women’s side, Minnesota division III schools did very well, with Carleton ranked 5th, Gustavus Adolphus 10th and Saint Thomas 15th in the “balanced” category.

The Gopher women’s team was ranked 197th in the “golf first” large school category, while several other Big Ten women’s programs ranked in the top 50: Ohio State 23rd, Michigan 27th, Michigan State 40th and Illinois 44th.

Originally published by DK on August 20, 2007 at 6:14 pm

This Week on FORE! Minnesota

Posted Friday, August 17th, 2007 07:58 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 7:58 PM

FORE! Minnesota, on Saturday, August 18, 2007 (9 am on KSTC-45):

  • Course Tour: Atikwa GC (Arrowwood Resort, Alexandria, MN)
  • Great Moments in MN Golf: 2002 PGA Championship (Hazeltine)
  • Stories of Golf: Ron Coomer (Twins Broadcaster)
  • Golf Shorts: Banana Bunch (Local Golf Artist)
  • Pro Strategies: Lisa Grimes (Geneva GC, Alexandria)
Originally published by DK on August 17, 2007 at 7:58 pm

Showdown at Somerby Canceled

Posted Friday, August 17th, 2007 02:10 am GMT -5 in Golf at 2:10 AM

The Rochester Post Bulletin reported last week that the Nationwide Tour’s 2007 Showdown at Somerby event was the last. This was the second year at the Byron course just outside of Rochester, but lack of sponsorship money forced the cancellation for at least the foreseeable future.

Jim Lehman’s firm SFX Golf tried to secure a lead sponsor willing to sign a three-year contract, but that did not materialize. Attendance for the event was 32,000 in 2006 and dropped to 27,500 in 2007.

Prior to Somerby, the Nationwide Tour played a regional event at Troy Burne south of Hudson. It is not clear yet if the PGA will attempt to find another Minnesota course to host a Nationwide Event, but the prospects for the next few years don’t appear promising.

Originally published by DK on August 17, 2007 at 2:10 am

Hawgs for Dogs Golf Tournament

Posted Thursday, August 16th, 2007 01:06 am GMT -5 in Golf at 1:06 AM

The 7th Annual Hawgs for Dogs John Massetti Memorial Golf Tournament was held this week at Crystal Lake Golf Club in Lakeville. Proceeds from the event benefit the Guide Dogs of America.

The weather was nice and the course was in good condition for the scramble format event. Our team played well (considering our handicaps and no purchased mulligans) and we made it to the last hole before suffering a bogey. Our 69 (-2) total was in the middle of the pack, while the winning teams tied at 60 (-11).

The food at the banquet was very good, but the pace of the program was a little relaxed (like most charity events seem to do). It’s a fun event, though–be sure to watch for the 2008 tournament details next year and help support charity golf.

Originally published by DK on August 16, 2007 at 1:06 am

Back in Cali

Posted Thursday, August 16th, 2007 12:48 am GMT -5 in Travel,Work at 12:48 AM

Big gap in posting since Grand Marais because it seems like I haven’t stopped moving since then…

Here is a shot from the balcony of the HSRA Los Angeles program director’s home. And no, she doesn’t own the place (HSRA schools are not the place to make that kind of money). Very nice house and very nice dinner the first night we were in town. Thanks Jenn!

The L.A. school project is coming along, but there is still so much to do. One more return trip in the next few weeks will hopefully wrap it up.

I’ll upload some new pictures to the photo gallery tonight and will attempt to write more the next few days.

Originally published by DK on August 16, 2007 at 12:48 am

Women’s Tapemark Website Re-Launches

Posted Sunday, August 12th, 2007 12:10 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 12:10 PM

The website for the 13th Annual Tapemark Charity Women’s Golf Event has re-launched this week at www.womenstapemark.org.

This year’s event will be held Monday, September 17, at Southview Country Club in West Saint Paul.

Open to all women amateur golfers, the event is a 2-woman team combination using the following format: six holes – partners best ball, six holes – partner scramble and six holes – alternate shot.

Teams can play in a handicapped flight or a fun flight (players with a handicap must play in the former). Cost is $150 per player and includes green fees, lunch, hole events and flight prizes and an award ceremony/silent auction dinner at Southview following completion of play.

Proceeds benefit Arc Minnesota, Arc Greater Twin Cities, Children’s Home Society & Family Services, Dakota Communities and ProAct.

Play is limited to 60 teams (120 players), so visit the site and register today if you can play.

Originally published by DK on August 12, 2007 at 12:10 pm

Montgomery Course Notes

Posted Saturday, August 11th, 2007 10:51 am GMT -5 in Golf at 10:51 AM

This doesn’t look like your typical rural Minnesota farmland course, does it?

We visited Montgomery Golf Club this week to take advantage of their weekday early bird special ($20 walking before 9am). Montgomery is about a 40 minute drive south of the metro area (we took the route down I-35 that goes past the Willingers entrance in Northfield).

Montgomery is the prolific Joel Goldstrand’s first design and was not at all what I was expecting. The course has some significant elevation changes, holes with tight, tree-lined fairways and several holes with water and wetland areas that force you to think your way past them.

The short 301-yard par four twelfth hole (pictured above) was one of my favorites. It had a split fairway over a wetland that gave you the choice of an iron to the left side or a chance to drive the green via the right fairway. I chose the latter, but found out I was tempting fate with an extreme narrowing of the landing area as you get closer to the green.

Montgomery plays to 6,540 yards from the tips, with a rating and slope combination of 71.3/126.

Originally published by DK on August 11, 2007 at 10:51 am

This Week on FORE! Minnesota

Posted Thursday, August 9th, 2007 05:28 am GMT -5 in Golf at 5:28 AM

FORE! Minnesota, on Saturday, August 11, 2007 (9 am on KSTC-45):

  • Course Tour: Geneva GC (Alexandria, MN)
  • Great Moments in MN Golf: 1903 (Start of the MGA)
  • Stories of Golf: Paul Kamish (Golf Artist/Sculptor)
  • Tad Reeve’s Dream 18: Keller #4 (St. Paul)
  • Pro Strategies: Bryan Connelly, Creeksbend GC (New Prague)
Originally published by DK on August 9, 2007 at 5:28 am

Braemar Course Notes

Posted Wednesday, August 8th, 2007 08:25 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 8:25 PM

Last weekend we picked the only rainy day in weeks to play Braemar Golf Course in Edina. As long as there is no lightning, I don’t really mind playing in the rain. It also had the benefit of clearing out the crowds–something Braemar usually has plenty of on weekends.

We played holes 10-27 (the Hays and Clunie nines), which play to 6,377 yards from the tips (70.7 rating and 126 slope). I haven’t been a huge fan of the newer holes on the third nine, but they were fine this time–plus we got to play the excellent par-3 twelfth hole (although most of the tee boxes were being re-seeded).

John Valliere is the general manager of Braemar, currently serves as the president of the Minnesota Golf Association and also acts as one of the primary forces behind the Explore Minnesota Golf Alliance. That’s one busy Minnesota golf schedule!

Nice to see the Braemar website get a well-done design makeover also…

Originally published by DK on August 8, 2007 at 8:25 pm

Boulder Pointe Course Notes

Posted Tuesday, August 7th, 2007 08:31 am GMT -5 in Golf at 8:31 AM

Last week we played Boulder Pointe Golf Club in Elko. The 6,224 yard Kevin Norby design opened in August 2002 and was recently re-rated by the MGA to a 71.2 rating and 131 slope from the tips.

John Elasky took over as head professional recently and has continued to aggressively market the course. They utilize Kevin Unterreiner’s Golf Connect and Twincitiesgolf.com marketing services, which include website design and email mailing lists.

The course is easy to get to from the south metro–just take I-35 south to the Elko exit, drive west on 260th, turn left on Natchez, then left on Glenborough to the clubhouse on your right. The famous Elko Speedway is within view of the first few holes on the back nine.

While the course is relatively short, it is very much a target golf challenge, requiring precise irons shots off many tees to landing areas that are pinched by water and wetlands. The scorecard and tee boxes could provide more help in these situations, especially when the 150-yard poles were missing on several holes the day we played.

The course was in good condition, with just some of the browning of the rough common throughout the area this year due to the lack of rain. We were surprised to the see the course so uncrowded on a Sunday morning, but I think it’s a layout that you either like or don’t. Given the relative lack of course options in the south metro, though, I’m glad it’s around.

Originally published by DK on August 7, 2007 at 8:31 am

Weibring Wins 2007 3M Championship

Posted Sunday, August 5th, 2007 07:56 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 7:56 PM

John Harris must feel a little shell-shocked. The Minnesota native shot 65-69-66-200 (-16) and still tied for third.

Illinois native Donald Albert Weibring, Jr. (also known as D.A.), birdied his last three holes to win by one over Jay Haas and by two over Harris and Mitch Adams.

The other players with Minnesota connections were Austin native Jon Chaffee (T57, 73-73-70-216) and Hastings professional Brad Schmierer (T72, 76-76-73-225).

Here are the top five finishers:

1, D.A. Weibring, 65-66-67-198 (-18)
2, Jay Haas, 65-71-63-199 (-17)
T3, Mitch Adams, 67-70-63-200 (-16)
T3, John Harris, 65-69-66-200 (-16)
T5, Tom Jenkins, 64-70-67-201 (-15)
T5, Jim Thorpe, 64-68-69-201 (-15)

Originally published by DK on August 5, 2007 at 7:56 pm

Chez Jude Grand Marais

Posted Saturday, August 4th, 2007 05:18 pm GMT -5 in Food,Travel at 5:18 PM

Finally made it to one of my “7 in 07” restaurants–Chez Jude in Grand Marais. Or as my daughters called it, Chess Dude.

We started off with the Lake Superior whitefish cakes balsamico with lingonberry horseradish sauce appetizer, which I got almost everyone to try (our family is not known for experimenting much when it comes to food). My father order the fish & frites (cod), while my mother order the sandwich special–a wild rice burger.

The girls were happy to see they had a kids menu and both ordered a hot dog. This was no ordinary kids dish, however. The presentation was perhaps the nicest I’ve ever seen for a kids meal: three-sided plate with the hot dog on one corner, fries stacked in a little shot glass (like a blooming flower) and a wildflower in the third corner.

For my meal, I choose walleye prepared in parchment paper over thin-cut potatoes in lemon sauce. The presentation on this was also superb–they even brought a scissors to cut open the parchment. Along with the fresh squeezed lemonade (with my own replacement flask), it was a great meal.

We shared two desserts, the French apple frangipane tart with cr?�me anglaise and caramel drizzle and the maple blueberry creme brulee with coconut haystack. The kids meals also came with Moose Tracks ice cream cones.

The setting at Chez Jude is charming and we had a table on the outside porch. Great views of the harbor and the weather was perfect for being outside. Highly recommended.

Originally published by DK on August 4, 2007 at 5:18 pm

Black Bear Course Notes

Posted Saturday, August 4th, 2007 09:41 am GMT -5 in Golf at 9:41 AM

On the way back from Lutsen, we stopped in at Black Bear Golf Course at the Black Bear Casino and Hotel in Carlton.

There was lots of activity going on at the site. On the golf course side, they were hosting the Veterans on the Lake Resort Golf Tournament, which raises funds for disabled veterans.

On the casino and hotel side, the old casino area was being torn down and additional gaming and hotel space was being constructed. The older hotel rooms and some of the new gaming area remain open during construction.

The 6,476 yard, par 72 Gilmore Graves Golf design looked to be in excellent condition. I have not played this course yet, but several friends have recommended it. Watch for more Black Bear reports on Golfing in Minnesota in the future.

Originally published by DK on August 4, 2007 at 9:41 am

Bakken Wins 2007 Women’s State Open

Posted Thursday, August 2nd, 2007 11:35 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 11:35 PM

Professional Katie Bakken won her second Minnesota Womens State Open title today at Bunker Hills in Coon Rapids. Bakken’s 70-74-144 (-2) was three shots better than amateur Mari Miezwa of Edinburgh USA and earned her the $750 first prize.

The defending champion, professional Lisa Grimes of Geneva Golf Club, finished tied for third with amateur Olivia Lansing of White Bear Yacht Club and professional Julie Hennessy of Lewiston Country Club at 150 (+4). Amateur Claudia Pilot was low senior with a two-day total of 157 (+11).

Here are the top ten finishers:

1, Katie Bakken (p), Unattached, 70-74-144 (-2)
2, Mari Miezwa (a), Edinburgh USA, 76-71-147 (+1)
T3, Julie Hennessy (p), Lewiston CC, 79-71-150 (+4)
T3, Olivia Lansing (a), White Bear YC, 78-72-150 (+4)
T3, Lisa Grimes (p), Geneva GC, 76-74-150 (+4)
6, Katie Detlefsen (a), The Wilds GC, 77-74-151 (+5)
T7, Jeana Dahl (a), Oxbow CC, 79-73-152 (+6)
T7, Staci Smoot (a), Rochester G&CC, 78-74-152 (+6)
9, Angie Rizzo (p), Silverleaf GC, 78-76-154 (+8)
10, Leigh Klasse (a), Meadowbrook GC, 78-77-155 (+9)

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Originally published by DK on August 2, 2007 at 11:35 pm

Grand Marais Dragon Boat Races

Posted Thursday, August 2nd, 2007 10:45 am GMT -5 in Travel at 10:45 AM

This was the first time I’ve been in Grand Marais for the Dragon Boat Races. We didn’t watch much of the actual competition, but it was fun seeing all the people practice.

Now in it’s fourth year, the event raises money for three local non-profit groups: North House Folk School, North Shore Health Care Foundation and WTIP Community Radio.

Originally published by DK on August 2, 2007 at 10:45 am

This Week on FORE! Minnesota

Posted Thursday, August 2nd, 2007 10:36 am GMT -5 in Golf at 10:36 AM

FORE! Minnesota, on Saturday, August 4, 2007 (9 am on KSTC-45):

  • Course Tour: Creeksbend GC (New Prague, MN)
  • Great Moments in MN Golf: U.S. Women’s Open 2003 (Hilary Lunke)
  • Stories of Golf: Golf Cheap (Tips and Advice on Keeping Golf Affordable)
  • Tad Reeve’s Dream 18: Troy Burne #14 (Troy Burne GC, Hudson, WI)
  • Pro Strategies: John Jensen – Hidden Creek GC (Owatonna, MN)
Originally published by DK on August 2, 2007 at 10:36 am

Superior National Course Notes

Posted Wednesday, August 1st, 2007 01:33 pm GMT -5 in Golf at 1:33 PM

Last week we stopped in to visit Superior National in Lutsen. Not many course changes to report–the fourth tee on the River nine is being rebuilt and they posted the following aeration schedule for this fall:

  • Canyon Closed August 6-7
  • Mountain Closed August 20-21
  • River Closed September 4-5

The conditioning of the fairways on this course has always been an issue, mainly due to the climate and the rocky soil. I still saw some of this during the visit, but it seems that they have lowered prices and offer more discounts, so it’s not as big an issue. Plus, with views like this, it’s easy to overlook some minor turf flaws.

Originally published by DK on August 1, 2007 at 1:33 pm

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