Track and golf fans have an opportunity to come together for a good fundraiser this weekend.
Big Mountain Golf Club and the Flathead-Glacier Booster Club are hosting the “Scramblin’ for Legends” golf tourney at 10 a.m. on Sunday.
The tournament will be a four-person modified scramble and will raise money for the track facilities at Legends Stadium. Prizes will be awarded to gross and net fields. Handicaps are appreciated and maximum handicap is 10 strokes over the lowest team member’s handicap.
Entry fee is $75.00 per person or $300 per team. Tournament field is limited to the first 32 paid teams. Individuals or partial teams may sign up and will be paired with other players. To sponsor a hole is $100.
Contact Pat Hodge, 249-7731, for information and registration.
One of the big tournaments of summer concluded on Monday with a close finish between two area players.
Kyle Mossfeldt of Whitefish shot a 3-under 72 to edge Kalispell native Grahm Schmaltz at the 74th Labor Day Golf Tournament at Buffalo Hill on Monday.
Mossfeldt and Schmaltz were tied at 3-under with four holes left before Mossfeldt tallied two birdies and an eagle en route to his first Labor Day victory.
Mossfeldt ended with a 3-under 207 through three days and 54 holes. Schmaltz finished the final day with a 74 for a 1-under 209.
Jeff Bishop of Vancouver, Wash., edged local Larry Iverson III for third place with a total score of 210.
On the ladies side, Alberta-native Kali Gordon won big with an 11-shot victory. Her total after three days was 227. Kalispell’s Debbie Boreson was runner-up with 238.
For complete results, visit Buffalo Hill’s website.
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