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The Star Augus 2, 2021 Nearly 50 men age 50 and over turned out for a senior golf touma— ment at the RoIla Golf Course Friday. The track was in near—perfect con— dition and the pin placements wracked more than a few nerves. Handling all of it in stride was Duane Wilkie. He shot an 80 to capture the overall championship. Wilkie credited his long-time playing partner, Tony Good, for play- ing a big role in the win. A training session from Good the night before the event prepared Wilkie for what was to come on tournament day. Finishing one stroke back insec- ond place was Paul Frydenlund. He ‘birdied No. 9, to seal the silver with Above: Tony Goo rollin a par on hole No. 6 during Friday’s v senior tournament at Rolla Golf Course. At left: Paul Frydenlund sinks a birdie on No. 9. At right: Kurt Disher watches his par putt on No. 9 heard straight for the hole. an 81. . Jesse Chase showed up for the tour- nament and placed third with an 83. In the secOnd flight, Morris Houle captured the top prize with a 91. He tied with Monte McAtee and Kurt Sando, but secured the win on the countback. McAtee was second and . Sando, third. ' In the third flight, Bottineau’s Lyle Lamoreaux, Bruce Parisien and~ Gerry Krech were all knotted with 94s. ' r Lamoreaux took first on the countback and Parisien was second leaving Krech with the bronze medal. In the final flight, David Tiemien edged out Cocoa Beauchamp in a Training session propélngilkie to win at Rollasenior golf event e countback for the top prize. Both shot 995. Craig Disher finished third with an even 100. In the fifth flight, Ross Good pow- ered his way to first with a 104. Max LaFromboise took second, edging. out Bob Blake in a countback. Both golfers shot a 105. The event also featured some State’s pronghorn huntingseason set, applications North Dakota’s 2021 pronghorn hunting seasongi‘s set,with,l,720 li— censes available inlSopen units. ' Applicants can apply online at the North Dakota Game and Fish De- partment website, gf.nd.gov. The deadline for submitting applications is Aug. 11. Bruce Stillings, big game man- agement supervisor for the Game and Fish Department, said license num- bers are down’slightly from last year, when the department allocated 1,790 licenses. , “Doe/fawn licenses will be issued in unit 3B for the first time in several ' years to address areas of high prong— horn density and provide additional hunting opportunities,” Stillings said. The recently completed aerial sur— vey indicated the pronghorn popula- tion is down 8% from last year. The fawn-to-doe ratio was 52 fawns per 100 does, down from 61 fawns per 100 does last year. The buck-to-doe ratio of 34 bucks per 100 does re— mains stable and above the popula— tion objective, Stillings said. Each unit will once again have a season that is split into an early bow- only portion, and a later gun/bow season. ' The bow-only portion of the sea- son is from Sept. 3 (noon) — Sept. 26. Anyone who draws a license can hunt pronghorn with‘ a bow in the unit printed on the license. From Oct. 1 (noon) — Oct. 17, hunters who still have a valid license Licenses now available for swan hunters Hunters interested in applying for a 2021 swan license can submit an online application through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. . North Dakota residents and non- residents are eligible to apply. The resident swan license is $10, while the nonresident fee is $30. The dead- line for applying is Aug. 11. The statewide tundra swan hunt- . ing season opens Oct. 2. A total of 2,200 licenses are available. Suc- cessful applicants will receive a tag to take one swan during the season. Since swans are classified as water- fowl, nonresidents may hunt them only during the period their nonresi- dent waterfowl license is valid. All swan hunters, regardless of age, are required to have a general game and habitat license when ap- plying. In addition, nonresidents must have a waterfowl license, and residents 16 and older need a small game or combination license. / 1*. can use legal firearms or archery equipmentsanssgain must stay in the assigned.unit........-... L. Only North Dakota residents are eligible toapply. fora pronghorn 1i— cense. Hunters who have accumu- lated bonus-points and choose notto applyflthisgyear: ,wilknot ,lqse their;i the applicationA “ _.. points, not accrue a point for “- next year. However, hunters who do): Ploy Better Golf with JAC NICKLAUS' ‘\ \ \ PRESENT — NOT f T'HE' PRST 0R FUTURE— -, To SCORE YOUR bEST IN STROKE PLAY. FOCUSING ONLY ON EGCH SHOT HS YOU COME To \\ First State Insurance Agency 1 of Rolla, inc, and Bottineau Branch 477-6431 228-2302 1-800-233-1341 ' ‘1-888-276-1704 ' rr quLL ELF you Do .THHT. THE. 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Applicants for a prong- extra prizes for closest to the hole on the course’s two par three holes. Roger Amble snagged the prize on No. 4, coming to within 7 feet 6 inches of the hole. On No. 6, Kim Sando got 139’ from the cup to win the cash prize. 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