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SENTINEL TRIBUNE i I ] Sports Wednesday, June 30, 2004 Page 6otf Corner By Jan Undaman ANXIETY for golfers?? Continuing on with our topic of GPA-- Golf Performance Anxiety -- the condition when your heart is racing, your blood pressure rising, your palms clam- my, etc; Our sixth problem is STAGE FRIGHT. Many golfers prefer to play with their close friend and not with oth- ers because, simply put, they get spooked when people are watching. No. 1 tee in tournaments is the most notorious for this feeling. We're nervous, feel people are watching as they play behind me and that they are going to laugh at some of my shots. How can we overcome this feeling? SOLUTION: "Take Yourself Off the Stage'? David Wright in his book, %Vho Cares What They Think?" tells his stu- dents, "to relax and pay attention to their own game -- because that's what others are doing. It's not that other peo- ple could care less about how you pla; it's just that they are focused on how they are going to perform." He goes on to suggest that you need a pre-shot routine, which we've men- tioned in previous weeks. As you stand behind you ball, pick a target in the distance and then imagine the bull's flight -- yes, picture in your mind how you are going to hit it. Then after you focus briefly on the mechanics, execute your shot quickly. When you stand over the ball too long, you're likely to start worrying that somebody is again watching you. In brief, take yourself off the stage! With two weeks left in the first half of the two men's early leagues, the contest is quite close. Here are their results: Early #1: D. Jorgenson-R. Jorgenson 95-1/2; G. Lindaman-G. DeBates 87; M. Erickson-M'. Faltinson 76 Early #2: S. Kjorness-J Dibble 85; P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke 83-112; A. Teichroew-T. Miesen 78 The Intermediate League has 3 weeks left in their first half. Most of them have made up their matches and here are their results: Intermediate League: T. Wester-S. Severson 69; J. Schmidt-Hammer 64-112; D. Barker-D. Elsing 63-1/2; R. Fay-K. Erickson 60 The first half of the women's 2-Lady League is complete and here are the results: 2-Lady League: 1st -- Gail Smith-Shirley Wolf 45; 2nd -- Grace DeVries- Jan Lindaman 37; 3rd -- Jan Kuehl, Dorothy Jensen 34; 4th -- Tummy Fishel-Chris Johnson 32 Ladies Low Gross: Gail Smith 42 Ladies Low Net: Gail Smith 34; Judy Knudson 35 Upcoming tournament to consider signing up for is 2-Lady Best Ball which will be held on Tuesda>; July 13, starting at 3 PM. Get a partner and sign up today! The men's Member-Guest Tournament will be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 17 and 18. This is a different time of the year than in previous years so hopefully it will work better in your schedules. Sign up for a tee time for play on Saturday, July 17, at the clubhouse as soon as possible. The Couples (1 man and 1 woman) Tournament will be held on Saturday, July 24. Shot-gun start at 9:30 a.m. Call the clubhouse with your registration. Men's Senior Open will be held the end of July on Monday, July 26. You have to be 55 years of age to play in this toura- ment and you have to have a handicap. More details later. Thought for you to ponder this next week: "I would rather play Hamlet with no rehearsal than play golf on television." Jack Lemmon. Keep smiling and have a good week! Lindaman, Hansen, Lee win Healthcare Scramble Westbrook's Fun Days kicked off with a fun tourna- ment the 6th Annual Healthcare Scramble, held at Rolling Hills on Friday, June 25, at 3 p.m. Seventy-two golfers turned out for this 3-person scramble. What makes it ,so much fun that each person on your team gets a chance to hit from the same spot and you always get to pick the best shot. Many times you all hit bad ones but usu- ally one of the three hits a good shot. In 2003, Gene; Bret, and Jan Lindaman won with a 31. This year, Bret carried on the winning streak but was with John Hansen from Storden and Kevin Lee from Marshall since Gene and I couldn't play. They, too, shot a 31. There also was a team of a 9, 12 and 13 year old that shot a 36 and had a lot of fun. Congratulations to all the winners for some very fine shooting. Here are all the results: Championship Flight: 1st, Bret Lindaman, John Hansen, Kevin Lee 31. First Flight: 1st, Jim Schneider, Justin Schneider, Daniel Schneider 34. Second Flight: 1st, Kent Erickson, Rus Fay, Jim Polk 35. Third Flight: 1st, Jared Lindaman, Taylor Lindaman. Austin Quade. Dakota County Fairgrounds - Farmington, MN Sat., July 10, 2004 - 9 am - 6  Rain or Shine Win two round trip tickets  Scotland J a land package courtesy of Icelandair and C WTIGalaxy Travel of Farmington ICIELANDAIR General Admission Students age 6-18 ................. $5 Senior 65 & over .................... $5 Children 5 & under ............. Free $,,v,d t. 'Macatstcr ,, $air Basketball camp: grades 7-8 Basketball camp: grades 9-12 Three on three basketball The Fun Days 3 on 3 basketball tournament was held at the city park on Saturday. There were seven teams entered in this year's tournament. The tournament was double elimina- tion. Jono's defeated the Chargers in the championship ame. Pictured below is the winning team of Jon LeBoutillier, an Klumper, and Owen Hoegh. Baketball camp: grades 5-6 2004 Charger Boys' Camp held last week Long Sox win 4 The Lamberton Long Sox continued their winning ways last week, going 4-0 in Tomahawk East League. The Long Sox have won 10 straight and now sit 13-3 overall (10-1 in Tomahawk play). Wednesday, June 23, Lamberton 1, Stark 0. Jacob Jenniges tossed a com- plete game, 3 hit shutout and Matt Samyn singled Chase Hillesheim in the top of the 7th for a Long Sox win. Stark only managed to get 2 players in scoring position. Jenniges struckout 12 Stark batters. Samyn and Josh Kottke had 2 hits each. Friday, June 25, Lamberton 11, Redwood Falls 2. With around 200 people in the stands, the Long Sox took the field on their first ever Fan Appreciation Night and they were not disappointed. Travis Kottke smacked a 2 run double, in the third to tie the game and it was all Sox from that point on. Lamberton 8, St. James 4. In the first of 2 games Sunday; Lamberton hosted the St. James' A's. The Long Sox would strike first scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the first. They added 2 more in the f'ffth on Travis Kottke's two out, two run double. Colby Pack hit a monstrous solo homer to lead off the 7th. St. James scored 2 in the 6th and 2 more in the 8th, but never really made big rally on Sox pitcher Jon Hansen. Hansen went the distance allowing just 4 hits and 3 earned runs. Chase Hillesheim went 3-4. Sunday, June 27, Lamberton 3, Springfield 1. In Sunday's nightcap Lamberton traveled to Springfield and sent righthander Casey Pack to the hill. Pack tossed 8 great innings, allowing just 5 hits. Jacob Jenniges tossed the 9th to earn the save. Again Lamberton would strike first as Derrick Jenniges hit the game's third pitch for a lead- WWG boys' basketball coaches De] Jennlges and Dan Peterson, along with Daniel Schneider and Dominick Madson, held a week long camp for boys grades 5-12. Assistance was also given by Pat Merrick and Casey Pack: The camp was held in 3 sessions Monday Friday: 7-8 graders, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.; 5- 6 graders, 10:30 a.m.- 12 noon; 9-12 graders, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. The camp was well attended and a Prizes for various tions as well as two "Mr. Hustle" and were handed out to group. The Charger basketball players are1 ing hard this spending two days working on their weights, while also pating in the Summer Leagues. Walnut Grove Co-Ed League standings June 28 Hemp 0-3 Gusty's 0-2 Byers 3-1 Hoffman 3-2 Michelson 2-2 Nelson 2-2 Sell 5-0 Hansen 3-0 JC's 0-2 Theisen 3-1 Osland 2-1 Hewitt 0-3 West Pacholl Gramstad Bakken All games not been recorded. C LASSIFIEO SMALL PRICE BiG RESULTS NOTICE Lamberton struck for 6 runs offdouble. He moved to third Dr Dill's Office on 6 hits in the,fifth, includ- on a wild pitch and, later ing Josh Kottke s in the park scored on Colby Pack s sac 3 run homer. Lamberton fly'. The Long Sox added 1 WILL BI! CLOS  pounded out 14 hits, Derrick more in the 4th and 8th. Jenniges and Josh Kottke Derrick Jenniges and Isaac had 3 hits each. Nathan Jennigeshad 2 hits apiece. JULY 5 to JULY 1 Baune was the winning Springfield scored 1 in the pitcher, going 4 innings in 8th but hit into an inning relief, ending double play with the Sunday, June 27, bases loaded. 00CASH FOR STRUCTURED ANNUITIES and (800) 794-: J.G. Wentworth means for00 4100A Beta Book. ving Parent ltm4als SDWA Master Teachen on DVD Copl K- Proenm Mankato--July 5 South Saint Paul -July  Fridley-- July 7 Moorhesd--July 8 Duluth--July 22