Skaar golf event is a summer tradition
Gordy Skaar had a sense of humor and Friday at the fundraising golf tournament that bears his name Skaar, who died in 1992, played a joke on the field of 200.
The golfers did not have to contend with tornado-laden skies, large hailstones or buckets of rain. They did, however, have to adjust to winds in excess of 30 miles per hour which continually blew off Lake Bemidji.
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