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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 5, 2010 3C GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch Ladies The season at Whitehawk has begun. With winter try- ing to leave and spring be- ing a mixture of rain and snow so far, the ladies played their first game of the,2010 season Monday, April 27, moved up from Tuesday due to oncoming weather. The game was Ts and Ss which comprised nine holes that counted, using 50 per- cent of the two-man team handicap. The winning two- some was Patsy Purvis and Virginia Luhring with a 28; coming in second was the team of Jenine Fraser and Lois LeGuennec with a 29. Nice play ladies. To have your golf club in- cluded in the weekly results, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3p.m. Featured COH YSC Bailey Creek Golf Course at Lake Almanor is an 18-hole championship course de- signed by master architect Homer Flint. Measuring 7,040 yards, Bailey Creek stands at par 72. CHARITABLE GOLF TOURNAMENTS May 7 The seventh annual Swing for a Cure golf tournament will be Friday, May 7, at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. The tournament is a bene- fit for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Rally for the Cure, underwritten by Virginia Luhring and Bob and Denise Stein in 'honor of all breast cancer survivors. The shamble format will begin with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. Prior to the start of play, there will be registra- tion and a putting contest that begins a.m., This flighted tournament is limited to 32 teams on a first-come, first-served ba- sis. Couples,singles, men's teams and women's teams are encouraged to play. The cost is $140 per player and includes green fees, cart, lunch, closest to the hole, stay within circle, longest drive, most accurate drive, dinner and awards. An auction at the dinner will be held for some Very special items. Great advertising for your business is also available in the form of teesponsorships. Contact Marsha Shepard at 836-4134 to sign up, re- ceive a flyer, or for addition- al information. May 12 Horses Unlimited .will hold a charity golf tourna- ment Wednesday, May 12, at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course. Horses Unlimited is a charitable organization that provides therapeutic horse- back riding for people with special needs. The event will begin at noon with a barbecue at Bonta Street Bistro, and the golf will begin with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. There will be two divi- sions, each with their own format. Divison I will be a four-person scramble, and Division II will be four per- son with two low net balls. The entry fee is $95 per person. For Graeagle pass holders using a Graeagle cart, the fee is $75. For Graeagle pass holders using a private cart, prepaid cart or walking, the fee is $60. The entry fee includes green fees and cart fees, a tee prize, a hamburger and Check .......... Out Our hotdog barbecue, and clos- est-to-the-pin awards. Entry forms are available at the Bonta Street Bistro. For an entry form or spon- sor form, contact Jody Lin- droth at JDLin-, or 836-1737. May 15 The Tee it Up for Toddlers goff tournament will be held at Plumas Pines Golf Resort Saturday, May 15, to benefit the Graeagle Preschool. The shotgun start begins at 2 p.m. The tournament includes golf, cart, range balls, a tee prize from Plumas Pines, au- tomatic hole-in-one entry and hors d'oeuvres from Longboards Bar and Grill following play. The cost is $80 per player on or before May 1, or $95 per player after May 1. The deadline is Wednesday, May 12. For more information, call Plumas Pines at 836-1420. June 4-5 Graeagle Men's Goff Asso- ciation will hold its 39th an- nual Invitational tourna- ment at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Friday and Sat- urday, June 4-5. Shotgun starts are scheduled for 8:04 a.m. both days. The tournament is a mem- ber-guest format with GM- GA members paired with their guest. Scoring will be better ball on Friday and both balls on Saturday. Each day there will be closest-to-the pin prizes on all four par-three holes. Sat- urday's round will have sig- nificant prizes for an unlim- ited number of holes-in-one on each par three. These prizes include a golf trip to Scotland or $10,000 in cash for a hole-in-one on the 16th hole. This year the tournament also features a Horse Race, to be held after Friday's round. Cash prizes will be given to the winners of each flight and to the overall win- ner. Entry fee include green fees, tee prizes, continental breakfast both days, range balls, prize funds, prize drawings and an awards banquet with a hosted bar. Net proceeds from the tournament benefit Plumas County charities. In the past, approximately $3,000 each year has been donated to those organizations. More information is avail- able by calling Bryan Hansen at 836-2670 or Gary Kinkley at 386-5012. June 5 The Rotary' Club of Chester will hold its 17th an- nual Rotary Golf Tourna- ment Saturday, June 5, at Bailey Creek Golf Course. Proceeds from the event benefit Rotary's youth schol- arship program, youth lead- ership training and other youth acti~cities. Check in begins at 8 a.m., with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The entry fee is $95, which includes golf, cart, range balls, coffee, donuts and a tri-tip lunch. A $10,000 hole-in-one cash prize is sponsored by High Sierra Insurance, and a $500 putting contest is sponsored by US Bank. To pay by check, send the four golfers' names, address- es,.phone numbers, emails and handicaps to: Rotary Club of Chester, PC Box 1782, Chester CA 96020. Make the check payable to Rotary Club of Chester. Entry forms and sponsor- ship forms are also available by calling Donna at 258-3229 or e-mailing Fred at fred- To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952. HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ... Par 66 MAY 12-14: LADLES CLINIC Two Sessions: 9am-11am or 5pm-7pm, $15 per session 1 6: Fundraiser for Mountain Circle, FFA (Foster Families of America) Beer Tasting & Snack on tidbits! $25 per person Includes taste of domestic, import& microbrew. Take the glass home! Tickets available at Mt. Huff Golf Course. Private Golf Instructi Golf Pro Steve Ross Don't forget THURSDAY NIGHT SCRAMBLE Check-in: 4:30pm * T-time: 5:00prn Member NCGA Lunch menu RV park guests receive a golf special Tee times recommended p l l I l I l l l I I l l l I I l I I~ l l I I I l I l I! LAKE ALMANOR COUNTRY CLUB I GOLF COURSE I O.De/ I c oe s Ten Play Cards to P blic i Now available for 180 With card 9 holes is only any time of the day! 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