Lindholm, Gordon chasing Labor Day golf titles

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Logan Lindholm of Kalispell didn’t have the top score, or even the second best on Sunday during the second round of the 82nd annual Labor Day Tournament at Buffalo Hill Golf Club.

However his 2-under par 70 on the Championship 18 was good enough to help him retain the lead after 36 holes.

Lindholm leads Calgary’s Brock Robillard, who paced Sunday’s action with a 4-under 68, by two shots heading into today’s final round.

Brad Grattan of Whitefish carded a 69, the second best round on the second day, and trails Lindholm by three shots.

Lindholm’s 70 was the third best total for the second round.

“Hit a bunch of greens in regulation,” he said of holes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17.

“But didn’t make any putts. Nothing dropped. Not a good day for the putter.”

Lindholm is a four-time winner of this event.

“I started off good, birdied the first hole,” he said.

Then he finished strong when he splashed out of the bunker on 18 to end with a par.

“Should have had an easy birdie,” he said.

Kyle Mossfeldt of Calgary and Jimmy Cowan are sitting fourth and fifth, respectively, and trail Lindholm by seven and eight shots, respectively.

Lindholm opened play on Saturday by blistering the Cameron 9 with a 59. That bogey-free round matched the record score on the Cameron 9 for tournament play.

Kali Gordon edged closer to a 3-peat in the women’s event by shooting a 69 on the Cameron 9 to go with Saturday’s 70 on the Championship 18 for a 139 total and a whopping 13 shot advantage on the field.

Janell Tanner-O’Neil had a stellar effort on the second day with a 70 for a 152 total. Tanner-O’Neil shot 82 on Saturday.

“My first day was so crazy,” Gordon said of her 69.

“Best I have ever shot on the Championship 18.”

This is Gordon’s eighth Labor Day Tournament appearance.

“I have a love, hate relationship with the Championship 18,” she said.

“If I can get through the first six holes, the back end is where I usually make up strokes.”

Gordon says she “started off cold” on Sunday with bogeys on the first three holes. She followed that with back-to-back birdies.

“I was back on track (after that),” she said.

“This has been one of my best seasons,” she added.

“It’s been awesome.”

Gordon won this event last year by 16 shots and by six in 2017.

Lindholm finished fourth a year ago.

The 54-hole event ends today.

82nd annual Labor Day Tournament

At Buffalo Hill Golf Club

Results after Sunday’s Round


1 Logan Lindholm 59-70—129

2 Brock Robillard 63-68—131

3 Brad Grattan 63-69—132

4 Kyle Mossfeldt 63-73—136

5 Jimmy Cowan 63-74—137

T6 Justin Dorr 64-74—138

T6 Cameron Dunning 66-72—138

T8 Jeff Epperly 71-71—142

T8 Nick Hustwaite 68-74—142

T8 Eric Allard 68-74—142

T8 Ken Bush 64-78—142

12 Henry Emmerson 65-79—144

T13 Ryan Buls 70-77—147

T13 Tim Kiley 70-77—147

T13 Eli Allison 67-80—147

T16 Dan Kiley 66-82—148

T16 Tommy Lindell 66-82—148

T18 Sam Saunders 73-78—151

T18 John Holtmann 73-78—151

20 Kevin Olive 72-83—155

21 Ryan Santa 69-87—156

22 Austin Stowell 76-82—158

23 Matt Lundeen 77-83—160

24 Chris MacDonald 74-89—163


Championship Flight

1 Kali Gordon 70-69—139

2 Janell Tanner-O’Neal 82-70—152

3 Jerie Clark 82-78—160

4 Katelyn Dunning 87-74—161

T5 Louise Cholette-Haley 84-79—163

T5 Wendy Madison 90-73—163

7 Debbie Hadley 89-77—166

8 Christine May 93-80—173

9 Shauna Matthews 91-88—179

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