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4C Wednesday, June 9, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter G(,lf Course Locator Map i!i! = ,iii!)  , i;i  / iiiii:iiChico,/z iiii .,,"  .a&apos;cii!!:iiiiii! .: ...... VI g l,kc 'ii! i: / ii::iii; ........ i[ ....... iiii<i  %?ii i>ii!il :, <? ..... i?ii :# .... SUSANVILLB 8. CHESTER"*!':*:/:'.::,-!I) ...... .::, .......... ' ..... " ........... .......... To ,.o / ................. @ "...e .GREENVILLE Cresc'entli.. ( Bailey Creek ) Diamond Mountain ) Feather River Inn t Feather River Park ) Graeagle Meadows () Grizzly Ranch Lake Almanor CountryClub Lake Almanor West La:,: :: Mt. Huff , :::Nakoma ) PiUmas:pines ) Whiteh'Wk Ranch QUINCY '"',, " .... 'i:: " .]  PORTOLA To II!7 " 7- ................... ... .... GRAEA I / ....... ............... :[TooTi::;k'kee ....................................... 7:::> .........  IlIlllllllliiilillillillli i I LAKE ALMANOR COUNTRY CLUB I  GOLF COURSE ' " o,,,,.. ' ' Ten Play Cards to I tO.  Ob]C Now available for *180 . I I With card 9 holes is only s 18 any time of the day! I I I ' *Adult Golf Clinic* II . Beginners - 6 Tuesdays $45 II I Starting June 8th 5:30pm - 7:00pm I I /", '''9\\; LACC features a Restaurant, Bar and Pro Shop I 1 -2 -2 ' Cal .)30 59 868 , b From A-13, turn right and follow Clifford Dr. to gate il I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The LACC Women's Golf Club had a fun feud between the Hatfields and McCoys Tuesday, June 1. Photo submitted GOLF RESULTS - Mt. Huff On May 3tst; Mt. Huff fin- ished its first ever Eclectic Tournament. It ran from March 1 to May 31. Each par- ticipant was required to golf nine complete rounds of golf choosing 2 holes each round to be posted to their score. At the end of the tournament winners were decided. Gross winners were - 1st gross was Jeff Stevens, 2nd Blake Roath and 3rd Steve Ross, Net win- ners were as follows - 1st Don Sheffield 2nd Gary Hughs and 3rd Gary Metzdorf. A new eclectic was started on June 1 and will run until July 31. June 3rd's Scramble attract- ed four hearty teams that fought the wind and sprinkles to have a good time. The Lin- ford/Van Pelt combine took first place. Keith, Wade and Austin Linford and Leaf Van Pelt. Closest to the pin was Margie Joseph andthe longest drive was Wade "the Man" Linford. We are hoping for sun, but hardy souls are al- ways welcome. On June 22 the course will be having a Jack and Jill tour- nament. Get a sweetie or a friend and sign up to play. Call the clubhouse for more information, 284-6204. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club After being rained out on two Thursdays the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club was finally able to play the first round of their Ace of Aces competition for this year. The winner over the field for low gross score was Carol Jenny with a score of 93. Carla Gibson had the best low net with a score of 72. In the first flight the winner for low gross was Bey Reynolds. There was a tie for low net between Dink Rife and Sharon Rogers. Alaine Flynn was the winner of the low gross score in the second flight. Wanda Wideriksen had the best low net score. There was a tie between Cheryl Brennan and Dee Walker for second place low net. Jay Fisher had the best low gross score in the third flight. Again there was a tie for low net be- tween Carolyn Zellers and Sue Taylor. LAW Women's Golf On Thursday, June 3, the Lake Almanor West Women's Golf Group's gam e was low net and .low putts, In the first flight the first place winner was Kathi Shennan with a net 68 and Julie Azevedo took sec- ond with a net 72. In the sec- ond flight, Sally Weller placed first with a net 70 and Cheryl Springfield was second with a net 74. The third flight win- ners were Charlene Ferguson in first with a net 77 and Ar- lene Cary with a net 78. The winner of the Low Putts was Julie Azevedo with 31 putts. Next week the ladies will be playing low net scores on the Combo Course. It is a combi- nation of the women's ancl men's tees and plays longer than the ladies tees. It should be a fun challenge for, the ladies. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Results June 1 marked the first monthly Captain's Cup event for the ladies of Plumas Pines. The weather was finally warmer so the turnout was great: Captain's Cup winning categories are Low Gross, Low Net, and Low Putts. The winners each month will compete in the Captain's Cup Championship in Sep- tember. Scooter Kidwell played an 'impressive game and won Low Gross scoring an 87. Mary Stonebraker won Low Net with a score of 60. Re- nee Walker had the least putts at 31. Winning in the first flight in the remainder of the field was Annie Meyer for Low Gross and Jackie Luckey for Low Net. In the second flight, Jan Pierce won Lpw Gross, and Lucille Buchholtz won Low Net. LACC Women's Golf The rain held off, the tem- perature was mild and the LACC Women's Golf Club hit the links on June 1st for the match play feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys. A fun time was had by all. One point was all that separated the winners from the runners up. Congratulations to the 22 McCoys for their victory over the 22 Hatfields. And, speaking of winners,. we had several chip-ins and one birdie. Congratulations to Darlene Donaldson for her chip-in//birdie on hole #8, Lee Hunter for her chip-in on hole u3, and Peggy Lentz for her chip-in on hole #18. Belat- ed kudos go to Kathy Chuchel for her birdie/chip-in on hole #17 on May 18th. After thisyear's feud was settled, the ladies came to- gether to share a delicious lunch served at Dianna's Restaurant at the Lake A1- manor Country Club as they conducted their monthly gen- eral membership meeting. Mt. Huff G01f Scores At last! The weather cooper- ates and we have a Wednes- day Morning Scramble at Mt. Huff Golf Course! Here are the scores for Wednesday, June 2: First Place Team: Ralph Cote, Dick Grace, Leo Sorosin- ski. Second Place: Jim Bryant, Mike Ingle, A1 Brubaker. Chip in was won by Dick Grace and Closest to the Pin went to Mike Ingle. 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 3 p.m. Mt. Huff Number of holes: 9 Par: 33 Phone: 284-6204 Graeagle Meadows Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 836-2323 GOLF COURSES Plumas Pines Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 836-'1420 Diamond Mountain Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 257-2520 Whitehawk Ranch Number of holes: 18 Par: 71 Phone: 836-0394 Senior Guest Day Thursday '18 plus '13 car Twilight lpm *20 Super Twilight 3pm.!15 D I.; v[ O N D M C ,UNTAIN / "!'" golf club Operated & maintained by Dan Kowall, PGA Professional Private Golf Lessons now available with Tim Moone USGTF PGA Teaching Professional Call Tim at 816-0713 Lake Almanor Country Club (Nonmembers by reserva- tion) Number of holes: 9 Par: 35 Phone: 259-2868 Bailey Creek Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 259-GOLF \\; Feather River Park Resort Number of holes: 9 Par: 35 Phone: 836-2328 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 Opening early summer Number of holes: 9 Par: 27 Phone: 836-2323 Nakoma Golf Resort Opening summer Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Phone: 832-5067 : .,, Grizzly Ranch " ' Golf Club LIMITED PUBLIC PLAY RA N C H Please Call Call for tee times: 530-832-42'00 !