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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter 3C Wednesday, June 6, 2012 I . .C i HIGH OUNTRY GOLF GOLF RESULTS LACC Women's Golf Club May 19, the women's 18 hole group played Cha Cha Cha, here are the results: First Place: Jan Voortman, Kathy Fuller, Carolyn Lowrey, Angle Gamble Second Place: Sue Hudson, Lee Hunter, Carol Lunds- ford, Collette Prentke Third Place: Sue Sutton, Sandy Feeney, Jude Morse, Jan Reese Chip-ins: Peggy Lentz Birdies: Mary Criag Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club On Tuesday, May 29, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club had a fun play day. The "game" was Best 2 Net Balls of the foursome team on the holes that start- ed with T or F; therefore, nine holes counted for the game. The winning team consist- ed of Mary Ann Crowe, Je- nine Fraser, Laurie Mcken- zie and Arline Simpson. Jenine Fraser pulled off a Birdie on No. 5. We continue to have awe- some weather this spring and the course conditions improve by the day! We look forward to all of our ladies returning to "The Ranch" for a wonderful, fun-filled summer! Happy golfing .... Mt. Huff Thursttay Evening Scramble The days are getting longer and the golfers are in- creasing in number! We had a great scramble on Thurs- day, May 31, for the evening scramble. First place team members were Ron Ridge, Jim Bryant, David Smuts, and Ralph Cote. Second place team mem- bers, Jerry {uam, Barbara Quam and Loren Lindner. Closest to the pin was Jer- ry Quam and the longest dri- ve was scored by Barbara Quam. Phmas Pines Women's Golf Club For the eighth consecutive year, women from Graeagle Meadows, Phmas Pines, and White Hawk Ranch com- peted in the Three Day Com- bined Eclectic. The best scores on holes i through 18, regardless of course, is used to determine low gross and low net winners. Thirty- three golfers participated in the flighted event. Whitehawk Ranch hosted the opening day of the tour- nament. Low gross winners for the day in their respective flights were Priscilla Piper, Gail Nelson, and Annie Fis- cher. Kathy Sip& Suzie Wiese, and Janet Grijalva took low net honors. Day two was played at Graeagle Meadows. Winners in the low gross category were Priscilla Piper, Barb Crist, and Lorraine Cornish, and low net winners were Annie Meyer, Gall Nelson, and Cathy Cianciolo. The final day of play took place at Plumas Pines. Prizes for low gross and low net over the field went to Priscilla Piper and Cathy Cianciolo, respectively. In the Plumas flight, Bey Reynolds took lownet hon- ors; followed by Kathy Sipel in second place; Annie Mey- er, third; and Marcia Ziegler, fourth. Eureka flight results were as follows: Suzie Wiese, first; Mary Stonebraker, sec- ond; Scooter Kidwell, third; and Gall Nelson, fourth. The Sierra flight first place honors went to Annie Fischer, Janet Grijalva in second, Lorraine Cornish took third, followed by a tie for fourth by Mary Blaylock and Connie Raheb. Awards were presented at a luncheon at Longboard's following the final day of play. "Those who participat- ed in the tournament com- mented that they enjoyed the opportunity to play the three different courses and to meet new people. They al- so liked the format, which allows the golfer to improve her score each day. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On May 31, the Graeagle women played their month- ly Ace Of Aces tournament. Those who qualified for the final tournament in September are Low Gross: Holly Anderson (96). Low net qualifiers are Gall Nelson (72) and Donna Swanson (72). The regular play of the day also included the following winners. The First Flight winner for Low Gross is: Holly Anderson (96). First Low Net winners is: Gall Nelson (72). Second Low Net winner is: Alaine Flynn (76). In the Second Flight the Low Gross winner is Dee Walker (104). The First Low Net winner is Donna Swan- son (72). There was a tie for Second Low Net between Karen Fraser and Carla Gib- son at (76). It's nice to have such beautiful weather to play golf. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3p.m. GOLF TOURNAMENTS June 16 Sierra Hospice will be of- fering its second annual Good Grief Golf Tournament Saturday, June 16, at Bailey Creek Golf Course. The event will feature en- try gifts and hole-in-one con- tests, prizes include a 2012 Polaris RZR, $5,000 and $10,000 in cash. There will be lots of prize drawings and tri-tip will be the lunch en- tree. Additional lunch tick- ets may be purchased for $15 each. The registration structure allows golfers to register in- dividually, in pairs or four- somes. The event will raise funds to support a variety of hos- pice programs such as child and adult bereavement camps, equipment loan pro- grams, cancer support groups and the ability to provide no-cost end-of-life care to patients and their families. People with questions about the tournament or the Sierra Hospice organization should call office manager Shirley Canalia it 258-3412. Sierra Hospice is a non- profit 501(c)(3) organization that is financially dependent on fundraisers and dona- tions. June 23 The ninth annual George Friedrichs Memorial Chari- ty Golf Tournament will be played Saturday, June 23, at the Lake Almanor West Golf Course. The format of the tourna- ment is an 18-hole handi- capped scramble. It will tee off with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The grand prize for the tournament is $15,000 for the first hole-in-one at the third hole. The cost to play is $95 and includes a continental breakfast, lunch, prize draw- ings, golf cart and rang e balls. Coordinated by Shirley Friedrichs, all proceeds go to local charities. Each year, the Chimney Fund, which supports the communities of Chester, Westwood and Greenville, has been a recip- ient of half of the funds. The other half of the proceeds has gone to support the dif- ferent sports programs at Chester High School. This year, the tournament will support the boys and girls basketball teams. For more information about the tournament or to register, call either Shirley Friedrichs at 259-3375 or Bill Womeldorf, the new West Almanor PGA master golf professional, at 259-4555. June 24 The Plumas CASA fifth annual golf tournament will once again be held at Grizzly Ranch in Portola Sunday, June 24. The format is a best ball scramble with a 1 p.m. shot- gun start. The tournament will be followed by a dinner catered by Lena's Cantina. A prize drawing will be held for gift certificates to restaurants, pottery, blown glass and bas- kets, and there will be awards for first, second and third place. Silent auction items will include lodging and golf packages, Giants tickets, swing evaluation and assort- ed baskets. The following is a sam- pling of some of the items: -Old Greenwood Resort, three nights lodging in a three bedroom, two bath cabin. Includes a round of golf for four at Old Green- wood and Gray's Crossing golf courses. Value of $1,595. -Grizzly Ranch, Wolf Tree Cabins, three nights lodging ina three bedroom, two bath cabin. Includes a round of golf for four at Grizzly Ranch Golf Club. -Plumas Pines round of golf for four. Includes four dinner entrees at Long- boards. -Thunder Canyon, golf for four, plus $50 food credit. Value of $400. -Nakoma's the Dragon, round of golf for four plus $50 food credit. Plumas CASA recruits, trains and supports volun- teers to become court ap- pointed special advocates who speak up for children who are in foster care due to abuse or neglect. Plumas CASA currently is serving 22 Phmas County children through the efforts of 18 volunteer advocates. For more information on be- coming a child advocate or supporting the CASA pro- gram, contact Program Man- ager Debbie Wingate at 283- 2227 or plumascasa@ pcirc.com. For tournament informa- tion or registration forms, call Joelle Breazier at 283- 2227 or infoOplumas casa.org. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, email the information to sports(plumasnews.com or fax it to 283.3952. Graeagle Meadows Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Restaurant Phone: 836-2323 Plumas Pines Golf Resort Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Restaurant and grill Phone: 836-1420 Lake Almanor Country Club Number of holes: 9 Par: 35 Food: Restaurant Phone: 259-2868 Bailey Creek Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Grill Phone: 259-GOLF Dragon at Nakoma Golf Resort Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Snack bar, restaurant Phone: 832-5067 Lake Almanor West Number of holes: 9 Par: 36 Food: Restaurant Phone: 259-4555 Diamond Mtn. Number Of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Grill Phone: 257-2520 Mt. Huff Number of holes: 9 Par: 33 Food: Grill Phone: 284-6204 Feather River Inn Number of holes: 9 Par: 27 Food: Beverages Phone: 836-1253 Feather River Park Resort Number of holes: 9 Par: 35 Food: Snack bar Phone: 836-2328 GOLF COURSES Grizzly Ranch Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Snack bar Phone: 832-4200 Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club Number of holes: 18 Par: 71 Food: Snack bar, restaurant Phone: 836-0394 Nakoma Golf Resort ZOlZ is the "Year ot: the Dragon" (.tr%Olff. Special Local Green ree Monda 9 - Thurscta 9 Aer llarn $,+./5 with cart 9+8 bear Kun - Clio - Off A-1.5 4   '7 T "7 @R:00,AE00A61 t, Mtitl)Ot00 s Golf Course 18 Hole Championship Course SPECIAL TUESDAYS $5 5 per person includes cart New 2012 Rates: '75 with cart. s55 walking 7 days a week eeeeeeeooeeeeooeoeeeoeeeoeeoeeoeeeeeeooeoeooeoeeeeeeoeeeolooeeee Newly remodeled Restaurant NOW OPEN Breakfast - Lunch - Lite Dinners Full Bar. 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