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2C Wednesday, May 12, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter ...... COUNTRY GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Tuesday, May 4, the ladies played a game called Blind Nine (four-person team)s. Nine holes were selected by the pro after play. Fifty per- cent of the teams&apos; handicaps was used. Best two of four. scores were used. Sound complicated? Not according to Arline Simpson. Not only did her team (Lynn Smith, Ginny Kylberg and Ms. Blind Draw) win but she also won the chip-in jar worth $37. Coming in second was the team of Toni Dick, Cynthia Faulk, Louis Leguennec and another Ms. Blind Draw. Nice play ladies. Graeagle Meadows Women After twice canceling the opening day of the season for the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club, mem- bers braved the cold north wind Thursday, May 6. The game of the day was "Best Nine Holes" Members chose either the front nine or back nine score and subtracted half of their handicap. In the first flight, the winner of low gross score was Priscilla Piper. Sharon Rogers won the low net score, with Wanda Widerik- sen taking second and Bey Reynolds coming in third. The low gross winner in the second flight was Cheryl Brennan. Lois Childress won, with Pat Grew coming in second, low net and Car- olyn Zellers taking third place. After enduring the bitter cold the members are hoping for many warm sunny days. 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 course The sharp outline of Arlington Heights stands as a sentinel above Mt. Huff Golf Course. The nine-hole, par 33 course measures 2,300 yards and is open year round, weather per- mitting. Grizzly Ranch Golf Club OPENING MAY 1 Non-members welcome! $99per day ALL YOU CAN PLAY through May 27 Call for tee times: 530-832-4200 ( Dillon Hanson watches intently as his putt on the seventh green nears the cup. Hanson's oppo- nent also watches intently trying to get a read on the terrain. Photo by Brian Taylor Lassen golfers host match Brian Taylor Sports Editor btaylor@lassen news.tom The Lassen High School golf team tied Central Valley ....... Golf Course 18 Ihfle Championship Course TUESDAY SPECIAL . $100 for 2 Players Golf cart included Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant Breakfast & Lunch 7 Days Full Bar Deck Dining Pro Shop 836-2323 Restaurant 836-2348 I lwy 89, (iraeagk: ALMANR WEST G O L F C O U R S IE G01f Cart ........ tLunchSpecial  ':10am 3p ....... ...... <:i;.: I ................................................. m ................. ..... ,, ...... ...................................... :> ..... $ 29.00 For 9 .... ...................... i> .... $ 39.00 For 18 HOles .... ...... '::' .................................. ii; PS NotYai:i] On Memorial Week End :=B: ......... i ............... Opening May 14 th 530- 259- 4555 For Tee Times 111 Slim Dr. On The West Shore for the top spot in league play after a stunning perfor- mance on Thursday, April 29 at the Diamond Mountain Golf Club. Central Valley led Lassen 29-26 in total league points heading into the final league match as the Grizzly golfers braved strong winds, snow and occasional rays of sun- light to take both the front and back nine, scoring a total of eight points on the day. A strong back nine perfor- mance from Coming allowed Lassen to move up and tie Central Valley. JP Faulkner led the way for Lassen with a low score of 86. Faulkner tied Central Valley's consistent David Phillips for first place on the day. Lassen's Dillon Hanson came into the clubhouse with an 89, Brandon Speiker and Austin Valceschini each had 92 on the day, followed by Mitchell Tweddell with a 94 and Austin Thompson with a 97. Overall in league Faulkner took third place behind Phillips in first and Jackson Estes, also from Central Val- ley. Hanson came in at eighth place in league followed by Thompson and Tweddell rounding out the league's top ten. Lassen is now scheduled for semi-final rounds at Riverview in Redding, Calif., on Tuesday, May 11 and the finals at Fall River on Tues- day, May 18. MT HUFF GOLF COURSE 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 May 16: Fundraiser for Mountaln Circle, FFA (ost,, ,,,,= o, ,,,c> 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 Instruction with Golf Pro Steve Ross Don't forget THURSDAY NIGHT SCRAMBLE Check-in: 4:30pm T-time: 5:00pm Member NCGA Lunch menu RV park guests receive a golf special I Tee times recommended I 284-6204 i T  .