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2C Wednesday, April 30, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Regripping improves game Greetings and salutations; my name is Ronnie Theobald and I am the PGA head golf professional at Bailey Creek Golf Course. I would like to personally welcome you to the Pro's Corner. This will be a weekly installment of golf tips, etiquette advice, rules clarifications and so much more. Each week you will be able to turn to this section of the paper and get free advice from a local PGA professional. Now that introductions are done it is time to kick of golf season with the first edition of Pro's Corner. Ladies and gentleman, it is time to get a grip! With golf season already underway you might have noticed your clubs don't seem as helpful or new as they once were. When we experience this unpleasant feeling our golf game tends to turn sour rather quickly. ' To solve this issue one could simply purchase the latest and greatest in the golf technology, PRO'S CORNER RONNIE THEOBALD but most of us have to watch our budget pretty closely these days. It has been my experience that most often it is not the club that doesn't feel right anymore, it is actually the grip. Golf grips are a lot like your vehicles tires: too much neglect can lead to poor performance. Golf grips are recommended to be changed every year or after 40 rounds. That time frame can be extended with proper care and maintenance, but it has been my experience that most golfers fail to do so. Did you know that cleaning your grip~ once a week with warm water, soap and a towel could extend your grips' life up to three months? However, much like a bald tire, there comes a time when it is absolutely necessary to find a replacement. If your grip is beyond saving, go see your local golf professional and get your clubs regripped. Grip companies have numerous options that will fit almost anyone's budget and style. I want to thank you for reading this article and please remember to seek out your local PGA professional... It will be the best investment you can make in your golf game. ' Ronnie Theobald is the PGA head golf professional at Bailey Creek Golf Course in Lake Almanor. To inquire about private lessons or ask a question, email ronnie@baileycreek.com. Interested in getting your clubs regripped? Bailey Creek will offer a 15percent discount in May to anyone who mentions this article when purchasing new grips. 402 530-836-1420 www.PlumasPinesGolf.com Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, Ca PLUMAS PINES GOLF RESORT GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Scores Rained Tuesday, but Wednesday was a great Spring day. Perfect weather for the Wednesday Morning Scramble at Mr. Huff Golf Course. Tough competitors went out on the links. In first place at seven under par was the team of Leo Soresinski, Don McConnell, and Gary Metzdorf. In second place at three under par was came the team of Jerry Hobbs, Jeff Stevens, Ted Trafton, and Loren Lindner. Gary Metzdort scored closest to the pin and the chip-in contest was won by Danny Rooney. Thursday evening's scramble had a different climate, cool, windy, cloudy, threatening rain, but the golfers were undaunted. First place team, at four under par, was manned by Greg Stevens, Jeff Stevens, and Todd Posch. In second place at three under par, after a chip-in run off, was the team of Mike Infle, Butch Back, Dick Grace, and Chuck Thrall. Closest to the pin was won by Jeff Stevens and Todd Posch aced the long drive. Also,on Saturday, April 12th, an alternate shot tournament was held which was won by Dick Grace and Mike Ingle. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club April 17 was opening day for members of the GMWGC, who enjoyed the newly-remodeled locker rooms (the restaurant and bar remodel project was completed last year). Play this year will be divided into two divisions: Red Tee Division and Combo Tee (Green/Red) Division. The game was Par Points: 3 points for net eagle, 2 for net birdie, 1 for net par, 0 for net bogey, -1 for double bogey or worse. The winners in the Red Tee Division were: 1st flight, 1st place, Debbie Peterson (20 points); 2nd place, Karen Linde (13 points); 2nd flight, 1st place was a tie between Renee Miller and Dee Walker (12 points each). Combo Tee Division: 1st place, Wanda Wideriksen (21 points); 2nd place was a tie between Linda Bilger and Annie Fischer (16 points each); 3rd place, Dink Rife (7 points). The last play day of each month is a qualifier for the annual Ace of Aces Playoff in October. This month's qualifiers were: Red Tee Division, Low Gross, Priscilla Piper; Low Net, Dee Walker. Combo Tee Division, Low Gross, Dink Rife; Low Net was a tie between Linda Bilger and Renee Gielow. Once a player has qualified, she is eligible to win in the game of the $95 Play All Day $85 After lpm s65 After 3pm Through May, 22nd 530.836.0394 Make a Tee Time (530)259-4555 day, but not for overall low gross or low net Ace of Aces qualifier. In addition to the Ace of Aces Qualifier, the players participated in a O.N.E.S. game. Red Tee Division winners were: 1st flight, 1st place, a tie between Joanne Lake and Dee Walker; 3rd place, Alaine Flynn; 2nd flight, 1st place, Ann Pratt; 2nd place Renee Miller. Combo Tee Division: 1st place was a tie between Ellen Fearing and Renee Gielow; 3rd place, Linda Bilger. Congratulations to the following for chip-ins: Maureen Ford, Pat Grew, Aggie Keese, Ann Pratt and Gloria Verner. Graeagle Men's Golf Graeagle Men's Golf Association started its 2014 season on May 16, with a good turnout of players. The format was individual low net, and as usual the field was divided into into a White Tee and Combo Tee Flight. The winners in the White Tee Flight were: first place- Jim Adams with a net score of 68 and second place- Randy Peterson with a net score of 70. 0 In the Combo Tee Flight: first place - Ran Tobler with a score of 69 and second place was a tie among Tom Fregulia, Duane Austin and Tom Gosset. On Wednesday May 23 the format was two better balls. There were 28 players divided into the two flights with 14 in each flight. The White Tee Flight: first place - Jim Adams and Ran Eaton with a score of 58. Second place was a tie between Dick Eck/Chuck Franck and George Frazer/Jim Reynolds with scores of 67. There were five skins awarded in the White Tee Flight, one each to Randy Peterson, Bob Baker, Dick Ech, Ran Easton and Chuck Franck. In the Combo Tee Flight: first place - Norm Nichols/Marv Pierce with a score of 59. Second place - was Ted Levitt/John Sciborski with a score of 61. Third place - John Grasso/Bob McIlroy with a score of 62. There were 6 skins awarded in the Combo Tee Flight, one each to John Grasso, Tom Figula~ Ted Levett, John Sciborski, Bob Smidt and Norm Nichols. Play will continue on Mondays with Monday Madness, Wednesdays with the Men's Club, Thursdays with the Women's Club, and Fridays are the Badditos and Bandits. Anyone interested in getting more information about GMGA activities can access the website which is -www.gmeadowsclubs.com/ menhome.html. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3p.m. We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product CONSTRUCTION (530) 283-2035 P.O. Box 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 L~c. #'453927 /' !