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The Park River tour stop raised $1,000 for student-athlete scholarships.
Park River sets high standard for Champions Tour
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Updated: Thursday 06/13/2014 13:27:50 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The 2014 Champions Golf Tour teed off last week at the Hillcrest Golf Club in Park River, N.D. With a full tournament (18 five-person teams), the tournament set the bar high for the rest of the 2014 tour.

Thanks to our great UND Athletics supporters, including 54-hole sponsors and local sponsor Park River Implement, we raised $1,000 for student-athlete scholarships on 50/50 raffle boards alone.

1st Place Team         
Net Score Total:  46.6

  • Matt Byron
  • John Blair
  • Mikey Olson
  • Matt Hell
  • Brian Rostvet
  • Erik Fabian

2nd Place Team        
Net Score Total: 47.6

  • Robert Fontaine
  • Rick Kemnitz
  • Kurt Kemnitz
  • Steven Holm
  • Todd Engelstad

3rd Place Team
Net Score Total:  48.1

  • Richard Robinson
  • Dick Schultz
  • Eric Jorgenson
  • James Knoell
  • Paul Rudolph

The tour will make four more stops this summer. Our next tournament is on Monday, June 16, in Fargo at Oxbow Golf and Country Club. For more information or to register for the Fargo, Detroit Lakes, Bismarck, or Grand Forks tournaments, visit www.undalumni.org/golf.

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