LPN Weekly - 9/14/14

LPN Pro Shop Sale Underway

The LPN pro shop's annual "Happy Fall Ya'll Sale" continues this week, with great discounts. Golf shoes are 20 percent off, and all outwear is 30 percent off. Men's short-sleeved polos and all women's clothing is discounted 40 percent, with men's shorts and all items on discount racks marked down 50 percent.

Don't let the orange fencing and the boarded up main door scare you away. The concrete along the west side of the pro shop has been removed and will be replaced soon. Use the door just to the north of the pro shop, or park on the east and come through the conference center to avoid the construction completely.

LPN Eagles Club Outing Wednesday

The annual LPN Eagles Club Outing is this Wednesday, beginning at noon. This is the 9th annual Eagles Club event, open to any LPN member who has scored a gross or net eagle in an LPN-sanctioned event. Eagle Club members pay a one-time fee of $20 when they qualify for the club. That fee covers an LPN Eagles Club cap and entry to the outing. Call the pro shop at 641-755-2024 for more details, or to register. A list of LPN Eagles Club members, plus past outing champions, is online here.

9th Annual Pirate Open Sept. 21

The 9th annual Pirate Open will be Sunday, Sept. 21, with a cannon ball start at 11 a.m. This four-person best-shot tournament features two, four and eight-inch cups. An entry form, with details on team fees, is online here.

Panorama West Golf Leagues Wrap-up Season

Final events for the two Thursday men’s leagues at the Panorama West golf course were held Sept. 4. The morning league had 52 members, while the evening league had 34. The top four players in the morning league, based on season averages, were Bill Wright in first place, followed by Neil Kingrey, Del Wedemeyer and Wally Snyder. The top three players in the evening league were Doug Kopaska in first, Bill Pierce in second and Kurt Johnson in third.

The Tuesday morning women's league, which had 48 members, held its final event Sept. 9. Jan Weber was recognized as the most improved player. The top five players in the league were Emily Spradling in first place; Sharon Wedemeyer, second; Kathy DeLucca, third; Susan Thompson, fourth; and Rocky Barth, fifth.

Upcoming Events

September 17: Eagles Club
September 21: Pirate Open