You couldn't ask for a more perfect way to kick off summer than being out on the golf course.
Day One of North Dakota Golf Associations Stroke Play Championship kicked off today.
The players are going 36 holes at Prarie West Golf Course in Mandan.
First up, Parker Dire on the par 3 --12th getting up close and personal, putting his way to an easy par.
Finishing with a 73 on the first 18.
More action on the 12th as Craig Erickson tries the birdie putt from long range.
He would come up just short and would also have to settle for par.
Erickson finishing with a 76.
Then its, Mike Huber showing everyone how its done, sinking the seven foot putt and picking up a birdie on the 12th.
He would finish with an 83.
Here, it's Caleb Ketterling putting on the par 4-- 14th, his birdie putt would roll around and out but he would tap it in to save par.
Finishing his first 18 with a 74.
Then it's Tyler Kast showing off some green work on the par 4-- 17th nailing the long range putt from the end of the green earning himself a birdie. Kast notching a 90.
And here's Rick Kuhn on the par 4 --18th trying to end his round on a birdie.
His putt would rim out on the left side of the hole and Kuhn would be forced to finish the round with a par.
Finishing his first 18 with a 69.