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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 9, 2012 3C GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Wednesday Scramble Spring is back in Plumas County and the Wednesday Morning Scramble at Mt. Huff Golf Course has resumed with a bang! A great turnout ' played Wednesday, May 2. In first place was the team of Don McConnell, Guy Stevens and A1 Brubaker. Second place honors were taken by the team of Leo Sorosinski, Darel Joseph and Margie Joseph. Closest to the pin was scored by Darel Joseph and the chip-in contest was won by Greg Stevens. LACC Women The LACC Women's 18-hole group started May 2. We played an enjoyable Mayflower Scramble and here are the results: First place: Betsy Steen, Barbara Leonard, Janet Han- cock and Jan Voortman. Tied for second: the team of Carol Fara, Carol Lunsford, Linda Yaap and Jean Rolls; and the team of Kathy Chuchel, Sandy Feeney, Nan- cy Foote and Dian Rudgers. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club Opening Day for the Graea- gle Meadows Women's Golf Club was delayed a week be- cause of the' weather. Thurs- day, May 3, a few brave mem- bers ventured out on a blus- tery day to compete in the first Ace of Aces challenge. The winner for low gross qualifier was Bey Reynolds with Cheryl Brennan being the low net qualifier. In the first flight, Bev Reynolds had the low gross score. First low net was Cheryl Brennan with Suzie Wiese taking second place. Dee Walker had the low gross score in the second flight. Jay Fisher won the first place for low net score with Maureen Ford taking second low net. We are all hoping for a warm, sunny day next week. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the infor- mation to sports@plumas news.corn by Friday at 3p.m. TOURNAMENTS May 12 ' The 12th annual Horses Un- limited charity golf tourna- ment will be held Saturday, May 12, at Plumas Pines Golf Resort. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the shotgun start is at noon. There will be two flights, each with its own format. Flight No. 1 will be a four-per- son team scramble, and Flight No. 2 will be a four-per- son team playing low net best balls. Partial teams and singles will be matched up by Plumas Pines. The event is limited to 80 golfers, and players are en- couraged to register by April 27. The tax-deductible entry fee is $100 per person and in- cludes green fee, cart and one ticket to Longboards' after- golf appetizer buffet. Non- golfers can buy a buffet ticket for $15. Checks can be made payable to H.U.I. and mailed to Shirley Leschinsky, P.O. Box 3500, Quincy, CA 95971. For more information, call 277-5446 or email events4u2sl@gmail.com. June 16 Sierra Hospice will be of- fering its second annual Good Grief Golf Tournament Satur- day, June 16, at Bailey Creek Golf Course. The event will feature en- try gifts and hole-in-one con- tests, prizes include a 2012 Po- laris RZR, $5,000 and $10,000 in cash. There will be lots of prize drawings and tri-tip will be the lunch entree. Ad- ditional lunch tickets may be purchased for $15 each. The registration structure allows golfers to register indi- vidually, in pairs or four- somes. People with questions about the tournament or the Sierra Hospice organization should call office manager Shirley Canalia at 258-3412. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952. 14-under score wins Quincy Rotary tourney Mike Taborski Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com With temperatures in the mid-60s and clear skies, it was a perfect day for golf for the 105 golfers who gathered at Plumas Pines Golf Resort in Graeagle Saturday, May 5, to compete in the llth an- nual Quincy Rotary Clay Dyrr Memorial Golf Tourna- ment. Taking first place honors in a four-person scramble format with an impressive 14-,under 58 were Lake A1- manor resident Rick Gian- notti and Susanville resi- dents Greg Kitchen, Doran Wheeler and Roger Bird. They each received a $50 gift certificate and a round of golf for four redeemable at Plumas Pines. Just missing the top hon- ors with an equally impres- sive 13-under 59 were second place winners James Ship and John Mansell, of Quin- cy, Ryan Willits, of Chico, and Travis Phelps, of Sparks, Nev. They each won a $50 gift certificate and round of golf at Plumas Pines. This tournament and its fundraising format is known for the variety of additional contests and prizes offered during play, earning it a rep- utation of not only being competitive for the serious golfers, but fun for the high- er handicappers as well. The three hole-in-one prizes -- a fully-equipped 2012 Polaris ATV offered by DuPont Power Tools and Pizza Factory in Quincy, and two $5,000 cash prizes courtesy of Plumas Bank, Edward Jones Investment, Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance and Les Schwab Tires in Quincy -- again went un- claimed. The men's and women's longest-drive winners were Zach Wood, of Quincy, and Michele Violett, of Brownsville. Sponsor Wild Hare Signs, of Quincy, pro- vided each with a $25 gift certificate to the pro shop. Beatty Construction spon- sored the $25 gift certificates for the closest-to-the-hole contest this year, which were won by Terri Nero, of Boise, Idaho, and Jay Chubb, of Pleasanton. Graeagle resident Linda Jameson and Susanville's Greg Kitchen won the clos- est-to-the-rope contest spon- sored each year by Cathyjo and Eric Bechtel. Another highlight at this tournament is a $400 give- away called "Clay's Cash Golf Course 18 I lolc Championship Course )/ SPECIAL TUESDAYS $ 5 5 per person includes cart New 2 012 Rates: s75 with cart. S55 walking 7 days a week eeeoeeeoeeeoeoeeeeoeoooeoeeeeeeeoeee.eeeeeeeoeoeeo.eeeee.eeeeee. Newly remodeled Restaurant Opens Sat., May 12 Breakfast  Lunch . Lite'Dinners Full Bar - Deck Dining Golf 836-2323 Restaurant 836-2348 playgraeagle.com Hwy 89, Graeagle Nakoma GQlf Resort 2012 is the "Year Of the Dragon" NOW OPEN ($2 Draft beers ~ Foreign & Domestic - Friday through Sunday) Golf Special $50 g01fwith cart 7 days a week through May 14 With mention of this ad 832-5O67 348 Bear Run - Clio - OffA-15 2012 NOW OPEN Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club April 27 - May 24 Play All Day $95 Located 6 miles south of Graeagle on Highway 89 1-800-332-4295 530-836.0394 wwvv.golfwhitehawk,com Lake Almanor resident Rick Giannotti (second from left), with help from three new partners, again captures the honors at the Quincy Rotary Club's 11th annual Clay Dyrr Memorial Golf Tournament. He and his teammates, Susanville residents Greg Kitchen, Roger Bird and Doran Wheeler, were all smiles after posting an astonishing 14-under par round of 58 in this four-person scramble event. Each player received a $50 gift certificate and a round of golf for four redeemable at Plumas Pines. Photo by Mike Taborski Kicker," offered by John and Kathy Fehrman and Mike and Keri Taborski in memo- ry of tournament founder and Rotarian Clay Dyrr. The four players who each got what amounts to their registration fee ($100) back by the luck of the draw were Rick Giannotti, Donavon Beatty, Robin Dann and Ron Cooney. Rotary's corporate spon- sors this year included Plumas Bank, Safeway, Fuel Star 76 Mini Mart, American Valley Hardware and Forest Stationers. Grizzly Ranch Golf Club SPRING SPECIAL includes cart (Good thru 5131/12) 4375 Grizzly Road, off Hwy 70 www.grizzlyranch.com 530-832-4200 Redeem ad for free beverage 'Cd /: ..... !.': Sierra Hospice 2nd Annual "Good Grief" Golf Tournament Teams, Pairs, Individuals all welcome! Saturday, June 16, 2012 Bailey Creek Golf Course Lake Almanor Sign in 8:00 am ~ Shot Gun Start 9:00 am Round out Father's Day weekend with a round of golf s120 per person  4 person scramble Includes round of golf, shared cart, tri-tip lunch Lunch Tickets available for Non-Golfers $15 each Prizes, contests; awards, raffle and fun! Three Hole-In-One Prizes 2012 Polaris Ranger XP sponsored by: Rouland Insurance Agency & Glende Polaris (Chlco) $10000 sponsored by: Fehrman Mortuary & Feather Publishing Co. $5000 sponsored by: Haws Theobald & Auman, PC & Edward Jones - Brack Green, Financial Advisor Entry deadline June 5th or the first 144 players In the spirit of hospice care, dedicate a hole for a loved one for $50 in either Memory Of or in Honor of ... a person(s) of your choice, or sponsor a hole for $100. For more information, to get a registration form, or to pay by PayPal, please go to our website at sierrahospice.com. You may also contact us at 530-258-3412, sierrahspice@frntier'cm' PO Box 95, Chester, CA 96020. Sierra Hospice is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Entry Fee or partial entry fee may be tax deductible. 0 p e n U nt i l May 20:.+++++:,: