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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 29, 2013 3C Hole in one Kyle Stone points to the seventh hole at Plumas Pines Golf Resort after making his first hole-in-one there. Stone, who played baseball at Feather River College, just graduated from Jacksonville State University in Alabama. He is working at Plumas Pines for the summer, allowing him time to get more golf practice. Stone aced the 130-yard par-3 using a pitching wedge. Photo submitted GOLF TOURNAMENTS June 8 The third annual Good Grief Golf Tournament returns to Bailey Creek on Saturday, June 8. Registration starts at 8 a.m. with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The tournament is being organized by Sierra Hospice, and proceeds go to Sierra Hospice's programs. Sierra Hospice is a volunteerand community based organization that provides end-of-life aid and support to patients and families. The cost is $120 per player and includes 18 holes and lunch. Additional lunch tickets are available for $15. Registered golfers are also eligible for a $100 door prize drawing. Hole sponsorships and memory flags are also available for purchase. The entry deadline is May 29, and it's suggested to sign up soon as space is limited. For additional information go to or call 258-3412. June 14 The Bailey Creek Golf Club will host the Sober Grad Golf Tournament on June 14 organized by the 140 Squad Club. Check-in starts at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The four-person scramble format will also feature prizes for longest drive and closest to the pin. The tournament costs $115 to enter and is limited to the first 140 players. The cost includes the greens fees, a shared cart and a tri-tip dinner. Checks can be made payable to I40 Squad Club and sent to 472-400 Diamond Crest Road, Susanville, CA 96130. Fees must be received for a spOt to be reserved: To have a golf tournament listed in this calendar, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952, attention James Wilson. LACe Women's Golf Tuesday, "May 21's game was individual net scores and putts. Kathy Roseler was the putting champ with a total of 27. Low net winners for the day were Jude Morse and Toddy Cutler who tied with 69. In the first flight, Linda Johnson came in first, followed by Sue Hudson and Jessie King, who tied for second. In the second flight, Morse and Cutler tied for first, and Kathy Roseler and Carol Lunsford tied for second. Third flight winners were: first, Carol Griswold; second, Doris Kaiser; third, Cathy Rideout, and fourth, Susan Oehler. Chip-ins were earned by Barbara Leonard, Judie Crain, Karen Schmidt and Barbara Marquardt. Birdies went to Betsy Steen and Linda Johnscn. Next week will be Home and Home day with Lake Almanor West and Bailey Creek clubs. We are looking forward to a fun day, as the ladies will be playing the Dice Game, followed by lunch at the LACC restaurant. Mt. Huff Golf Wednesday Morning Scramble The balmy weather we have been having gave way to a crisp, breezy, chilly morning. Despite the change GOLF RESULTS in the weather, the Wednesday Morning Scramble had an excellent turnout. In first place was the team of Leo Sorosinski, Bill McRoberts and David Smuts. There was a two-way tie for second place between the team of Don Sheffield, Ralph Cote, and Darel Joseph and the team of Dick Grace, Gary Metzdorf, Greg Stevens and Mike Ingle. Closest to the pin was won by Leo Sorosinski and both Bill McRoberts. Margie Joseph won the chip-in. Graeagle Men's Golf Association Monday Madness Monday Madness was true Madness on Monday, April 21. There were 40 players making up 10 four-person teams made up of either all men or men and women combined. The three winning teams each had women on the teams. The format was "In the Box." Unlike the normal In the Box, this time each person was in the box on every fourth hole, not just on the par fives. In addition, the best net ball of the remaining three players was added to the net score of the person in the box. It made for some interesting scoring. Of pm:ticular note was the play of Jim Adams, who shot a gross 69 to help his team into second place. The winners were the team of Chuck and Cathie Franck/ Norm and Carol Miller with a combiried score of 116 - 28 under par. Second place was claimed by the team of Dan and Holly Anderson/Jim Adams and Gary Kinkley with a score of 118. Third place went to Annie Fisher and Tom Balestri/Gary Reed and Mike Simpson who had a score of 124. Graeagle Men's Golf Association Wednesday Men's Club Play Wednesday Men's day had 24 players in two flights. The play of the day was individual net, no team game. There were twelve players in each of the white tee and combo tee flights. The low gross winner in the white tee flight was Jack Biddix with a score of 81. Jack also won the low net in thewhite tee flight with a score of 68, Ron Rogers was second low net with a score of 71, and third low net was atie between Gary Reid and Jim Rogers with a score of 72. In the combo tee flight, low gross was won by Norm Nichols with a score of 89. Low net in the combo tee flight was won by Jac Castleton with a net 70 and a tie for second and third by Jim Bilger and Aubrey Neish, each with a score of 72. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3p.m.