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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 26, 2010 5C GUIDE TO MANY OF THE AREA: S .GOLF C000SES. .... Horses Unlimited tournament a hit The Horses Unlimited charity golf tournament at Graeagle Meadows was blessed by good weather Wednesday, May 12. A total of 52 players par- ticipated, raising $3,745. The tournament stared with a garden party bar- beque at the Bonta St. Bistro. Owner Jennifer Air- field provided an excellent menu of homemade potato salad, green salad, grilled hamburgers and carrot cake for desert. The tournament had two divisions. Winning the low net division was the team on Barbara Crist, Dee Walk- er, Bob Baker and Jennifer Baker with a score of 126. In a close second was Jan and Marvin Pierce and Bev- erly Reynolds with a 127. The winner of the scram- ble division was the team of Norm and Carol Miller, Martha Slavonic and Joy Evans, with a, team score of 61.5. The low gross winning team was Jody Lindroth, Cathy Chuchill, Virginia Luhring and Jennifer Zum- bro with a 68. Closest to pins for the ladies was Jennifer Zumbro on No. 3 and Jody Lindroth on No. 12. For the men, Art Hinton was closest on No. 8 and Bob Baker was closest on No. 16. "Thanks to all who volun- teered, donated, gave spon- -la ..... sorships and p yeu, said tournament director Jody Lindroth. CLUB RESULTS LACC Women's Golf League After being snowed out the previous week, 22 ladies from the Lake Almanor Country Club Women's Golf League braved the cold weather last Tuesday, May 18, to get out on the course and play the game of Two + Two + Five and Putts. They played all 18 holes then circled the two best net par 3s, two best net par 5s, and five best net par 4s. The total, of these nine holes de- termined the winners of each of the three flights. Putts were also counted as a carry-over requirement from the lJievious week when the course was closed due to snow. Keeping all those scores and doing all the math on that tiny little card was a bit challenging! The first flight winners were Jessie King in first place, Toddy Cutler in sec- ond place and Darlene Don- aldson in third place. The second flight winners were Jane Hilliard in first place, Kathy Roseler in sec- ond place and Lee Hunter in third place. The third flight winners were Joan Johnson and Pat Hutton, who tied for first place. A low putt score of 30 was achieved by Toddy Cutler, Darlene Donaldson and Trudy Leete. Congratulations to all our winners! Mt. Huff The Scramble of May 20 was well attended. The golf course is in great shape. Steve Ross won Closest to the hole, and Jeff Stevens won the longest drive. After a chip-off between Darel Joseph and David Smuts, the team of Darel Joseph, Margie Joseph, Bob Mcllroy and Con Guess took first place. A good time was had by all. " Our scrambles are every Thursday, with check-in at 4:3O p.m. and tee off at 5 p.m. Also, the ladies are enjoy- ing morning play on Tues- days at l0 a.m. -- changing to 9:30 a.m. in June. All skill levels are welcome. Also we will be having a CASA Tournament on June 13. To have your golf club in. cluded in the weekly results, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3p.m. The team of Dee Walker, Bob Baker, Barbara Crist and Jennifer Baker won first place low net at the Horses Unlimited tournament May 12. Photos submitted The team that took first place in the low net scramble competition was, from left: Martha Slavonic, Joy Evans, Norm Miller and Carol Miller. Cathy Churchill, far right, was on the winning low gross team. LOCAL COURSES Mt. Huff Number of holes: 9 Par: 33 Phone: 284-6204 Graeagle Meadows Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 836-2323 Plumas Pines Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 836-1420 Diamond Mountain Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 257-2520 Par: 71 Phone: 836-0394 "Lake Almanor Country Club (Nonmembers by reservation) Number of holes: 9 Par: 35 Phone: 259-2868 Bailey Creek Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 259-GOLF Grizzly Ranch (Private, limited outside play) Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 832-1800 Lake Almanor West Number of holes: 9 Par: 36 Phone: 259-4555 Feather River Inn Openingearly summer Number of holes: 9 Par: 27 Phone: 836-2323 T ....  ...... HITEHAWK,00:ANCH :GOLF :CLUB , (6 mileSoGraeagle) Now 0 Season 800-332,4295 .... f -836-0394 Nakoma00o00Resort Feather River Park Resort Opening summer Number of holes: 9 Number of holes: 18 Whitehawk Ranch Par: 35 Par: 72 : Number of holes: 18 Phone: 836-2328 Phone: 832-5067 PLUMARSEPINRES   mm lilt      tmm  mm mm ams ll     ama ll imm   =am  I LAKE ALMANOR COUNTRY CLUB I ' GOLF COURSE I I I ' OCe00. Ten Play Cards - to Opetl ' I tO 1Ob;t" Now available forSl80 P00bliC I FAfCL[LY GOLF clt Plurno5 I With card 9 holes is only Sl 8 any time of the day! I Minimum One Parent and One Child Under 18 I I Each Parent Pays $40 Child Plays for FREE Sp " *Coupon eclal* I 7 Days a Week after 3:30 pm - Walking Only II Play any day after 1:00 Includes FREE Cart I I ,23- 9 holes , s38 - 18 holes I |  *Must present coupon to get J%e cart I I I xCoupongoodthroughMay27.Clinicscomingsoon I I I (  / LACC features a Restaurant, Bar and Pro Shop | For re. rin.esa,,,.,or,notio.- ' Call 530-259-2868 , 530-836-1420 II From A-13, turn right and follow Clifford Dr. to gate I 402 Poplar Valley Road. Graeagle, California