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Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 19, 2010 YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE TO MANY.:: CLUB RESULTS Graeagle Meadows Women Following the General Meeting May 13, the mem- bers of the Graeagle Mead- ows Women's Golf Club par- ticipated in a team game called "Hero." Teams chose two best balls on each hole; however, the "Hero" high- lighted on the score card could be used for both best balls, or one or none at all. The team of Pat Nichols, Jacquie McMaster, Sharon Rogers, and Barbara Crist came in first with a score of 134: Just one stroke be- hind was the team of Priscil- la Piper, Donna Swanson, Gall Arterburn, and Jackie Luckey. CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS June 4-5 Graeagle Men's Golf 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 Barley Creek Golf Course. Proceeds from the event benefit Rotary's youth schol- arship program, youth lead- ership training and other youth activities. 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, PO 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- fourby@yahoo.com. June 18 The 29th annual Purple Pride Charity Golf Tourna- ment will be Friday, June 18, at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. The Purple Pride Boosters support the academic and athletic achievements of Portola High School stu- dents. The tournament will con- sist of 35 four-person teams, The format will be a Texas Scramble. The rules are the sameas a basic scramble, with the variation of at least four drives of each member of the team must be used during the course of the round: At least four drives hit by Player A, four by Player B, and so on. Your tax-deductible $145 entry fee (minus $12 non-de- ductible food fee) includes: tee prize, one round of golf with cart, barbecue lunch (tri-tip or chicken sandwich) and awards presentation, great company and lots of fun. Not included in the entry fee: Mulligans, closest-to- the-pin contest and longest. drive contest. The deadline for registra- tion is Tuesday, June 15. Only the first 35 teams will be accepted, so send ypur entry early. If you must withdraw after regis- tration, let us know by June 15, so we can fill your vacan- cy. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m., with an 8:30 a.m. shot- gun start. There will be two flights: Handicap and Callaway. Tee sponsorship opportu- nities are available for $50. If you have questions, con- tact Tournament Director Thomas Cormany at tcor- many@gbis.com, or Boost- ers President Brenda Comp- ton at 251-7356. Send registration forms to: Purple Pride Boosters, PO Box 1528, Portola, CA 96122. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, emaU the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952. Bailey Creek HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4 28 yards ... Par 66 LADLES GOLF Bye Bye Birdies Tuesday mornings 10am tee-off THURSDAY NIGHT SCRAMBLE Check-in: 4:30pm T-time: 5:00pm Private Golf Instruction with Golf Pro Steve RosS Member NCGA Lunch menu I RV park guests receive a golf special/ I Tee times recommended I ALMA OR WEST GOLF C,,,,OURSE II 530- 259- 4555 For Tee Times 111 Slim Dr. On The West Shore Note to all golf pros: Please submit any hole-in-one announcements, new course records, or any other news- worthy golf events to sports@plumasnews.com. We also encourage you to email photos of golf newsmakers to the same address. Private Goff Lessons with Tim Mooney USGTF PGA Teaching Professional Weekly Clinics: Wednesday- 4pm Saturday- lOam 25/person Tim 816-0713 DIAMOND MOUNTAIN golf club Operated & maintained by Dan Kowall, PGA Professional III June 12 & 13 Proceeds benefit Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake PLEASE CALl FOR TEE TIMES 257-2520