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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 15, 2015 3C By Laurie McKenzie WHRLGC Captain The 2015 Ladies Golf Season at "The Ranch" is revving up. We have an enthusiastic, active group, including our "social" members. Our club is open to all interested ladies in the Plumas area. If you are interested in joining, or would like more information, please contact me at 836-0150, email mcktalk@mac.com or the Pro Shop, 836-0394, for more information. Our first official Ladies !! Day will be on Tuesday, April 28. The WHRLGC's main goais are to promote camaraderie among its members, foster friendships and increase everyone's enjoyment and knowledge of the "game" of golf. Happy golfing. Plumas Pines poised to begin 2015 season The Plumas Pines Men's in a 36:hole event. Senior Team Club Championship, Golf Club kicks off the 2015 and Super-Senior Low will take place at the end season on Thursday, April Gross champions Paul Of May over 36 holes of 16 with a 10:30 a.m. shotgun Jeglum and John Kidwelt Scramble and Best Ball start. The 100-plus will defend their play. The culmination of members of the club will respective titles over two the tournament season is playthe next 30 Thursday days in August. A doublethe popular Mountain mornings in a variety of elimination individual Classic, a four-man individual and team games. match play tournament, member-guest celebration Club champion Kim the President's Cup, runs over two days in Roberts will defend his throughout the summer. September. Low Gross title in July A new tournament, the GOLF RESULTS Graeagle Men's Club $20, Chuck Franck's 68 won visiting the clubhouse or After a complete absence of $15 and John Grasso's 72 calling Joel Patterson at winter, Graeagle Meadows gave him $5. $10 skins were 836-1851. golf course had possibly its earned by Bryan Hansen, earliest opening ever and is Chuck Franck, Ron Eaton Mt. Huff Golf near mid-season condition, and John Sciborski, with net The cooler weather has not Men's Club members who birdies on 7, 13, 15 and 17 stopped some fantastic golf at are here this early were more respectively. Mt. Huff Golf Course. than ready to get back at it. The Men's Club has weeklyOn April 8, the Wednesday With a small field, the competitions on Monday, Morning Scramble was off to Wednesday Men's Play Day Wednesday and Friday a chilly but spirited start. had its first event April 8. throughout the year. Anyone In first place at five under Jim Bilger won first place interested in joining the fun par was the team of Don with a low net score of 67 for is invited to join the club by McDonnell, Leo Sorosenski and Dick Grace. well-attended and a good The Thursday Evening The second place team time was had by all. Scramble is a great social members, coming in at three In first place at six under event, whether or not you are under par, were Greg par, were Chris Flores, a golfer. Ashley always Stevens, Ron Carter and Nolan Bussey, Steve serves up a great meal after Darel Joseph. Nicklaus and Jordan the scramble and the Dick Grace got it closest to Townsend. company is great. the pin, and a three-way tie In second place, coming in nailed the chip-in, at three under par was the To have your golf results Congratulations to Darel team of Darel Joseph, Margie and club news included in Joseph, Ron Carter and Joseph, Jeff Stevens and this weekly section, email Ralph Cote. Greg Stevens. the information to On Thursday, April 9, the The long drive was hit bysports@plumasnews.com Evening Scramble was Matt Rutledge. by Friday at 3p.m. . New PP O' s CORNER JON JARESS PGA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOR OF GOLF, NAKOMA GOLF RESORT With spring upon us it is that time of the year when we head for the garage in search of our golf clubs. possiblyi lu ? New gri ?N me? As you emerge from the ad plugging equipment that really going to change your lessons instead?" and realize you only have piles of stored summer sports is sure to change your game. game? With the neighbors all one. equipment, you have them: Cell phone, computer and With five great golf peeking out their windowsAlas, the dilemma is solved You're still missing one shoe, even golf club manufacturers facilities in the area, you wondering why you're and the answer is "a new but you know it's in there are always coming out with decide to burden your watering the concrete, you pair of shoes." somewhere, the latest and the greatest, favorite golf professional can't get out of there fast Remind yourself it's just a After heading out into the Seems like every time youwith the burning dilemma of enough. With the game. driveway to hose off the open the package, you feel new grips versus new clubs, anticipation of getting some clubs, you notice the grips you should've waited As you tuck the shoe in the answers and hitting balls on Jon Jeress is the PGA Head are as hard as day-old because your best golfinggolf bag, the mental the range, you finally arrive. 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