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Resorters is in full swing

Pressure is mounting at the Resorters Golf Tournament that's taking place at the Alexandria Golf Club this week. Competitors in seven divisions have been going head-to-head in match play style since Tuesday. There have been blowouts, nail-biters,...

Herdine
Jake Herdine of Maple Grove kept his eye on the ball during his Resorters Men’s Championship match at the Alexandria Golf Club Wednesday. The final match in the division is expected to start at about 1 p.m. on Saturday from the No. 1 tee. Below are some action shots of competitors in the championship brackets for the Women’s, Juniors’ and Men’s divisions from Wednesday’s matches. Photo by Blaze Fugina | Echo Press

Pressure is mounting at the Resorters Golf Tournament that’s taking place at the Alexandria Golf Club this week.

Competitors in seven divisions have been going head-to-head in match play style since Tuesday. There have been blowouts, nail-biters, upsets and comebacks.
By the end of today, Friday, each division will be narrowed to two or four competitors. Champions in all seven divisions will be determined on Saturday.
The public is invited to go to the Alexandria Golf Club and join the gallery that’s following the action of the 93rd annual tournament. It’s the longest running outstate golf competition in Minnesota.
More detailed Resorters coverage can be found in today’s Sports section.
Updates will also be posted on www.echopress.com .

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Al Edenloff is the editor of the twice-weekly Echo Press. He started his journalism career when he was in 10th grade, writing football and basketball stories for the Parkers Prairie Independent.
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