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Pine to Palm: Bruce Lindvig receives Pine to Palm Legacy Award

The Pine to Palm committee named Bruce Lindvig the recipient of the 2022 Legacy Award.

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Bruce Lindvig received the Pine to Palm Legacy Award on Aug. 11, 2022 during the 90th Pine to Palm golf tournament.
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DETROIT LAKES – The Pine to Palm committee named Bruce Lindvig the recipient of the 2022 Legacy Award.

The Legacy Award is given annually to either past or present participants of the Pine to Palm Tournament, Pine to Palm Committee Members, Detroit Country Club Employees or friends of the week-long event. Each recipient demonstrates a fondness, an involvement or a desire to be a part of the Pine to Palm legacy, while bringing friends and family members to stay in the Detroit Lakes area and enjoy the rich golf tradition for years to come.

This award has been handed out since 1984. It was originally called the Rutledge Award, named after Dr John Rutledg–a Detroit Lakes Physician, longtime Detroit Country Club President and a promoter of the Pine to Palm. The name change was requested by Rutledge family members after 2018.

Lindvig was awarded the honor on Thursday night during the week of the 90th Pine to Palm golf tournament. Wade King, John Hagge, Mike Herzog and Craig Stein were also inducted into the 25-year club. They joined the list of players who have participated in 25 different Pine to Palm tournaments.

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From left to right: Wade King, John Hagge, Mike Herzog and Craig Stein were inducted into the Pine to Palm's 25-year tournament participant club on Aug. 11, 2022.
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