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Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Record, Reporter Tuesday, June 15, 2010 Lassen County Times GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff and Gary "lucky shot" Metz- Nine Newcomers Welcomed quette of goff which will pro- Wednesday Scramble doff was closest to the pin.to LACC Women's Goff Clubvide opportunity for healthy A really breezy morning, Again, a good time was had Kathy Roseler, Donna competition in the game. but the temperatures were by all, and we would love to Fields, Dorothy Gonzales,Their objective is to promote just right for golf! A great seem.re of you there. Pat O'Hanneson, Diane good fellowship and sports- turnout for the Wednesday,On June 27 we will be hay- Rudgers, Linda Allen, Joan manship among women June 9 Scramble at Mt. Huff. ing a Jack and Jill tourna- D'Angelo, Amanda Hosman golfers. First place team: Mike In-merit, it starts at 2 p.m. Call and Gayle Hutchinson joined Everyone is looking for- gle, Loren Lindner, Dick for more info or to sign up, the LACC Women's Golf ward to enjoying a season of Grace, A1 Brubaker all levels are welcome. Club this year, a record num- outstanding golf and great Second place: Jerry Quota, bey of new members to be camaraderie at Lake A1- Barbara Quam, Don LACC Women's Golf added to the club's roster, manor Country Club! Sheffield, Jim Bryant What a spectacular day weOn Saturday, June 5, a Closest to the pin was won had on June 8 as Jill Dalton brunch welcoming these Plumas Pines Women's by Mike Ingle and the Chip- got a hole-in-one on hole #17! newcomers was held at theGoff in contest ended in a three- She also scored a birdie on home of Betsy Steen. On June 8, the Plumas way tie: Barbara Quota, Jet- hole #8 and broke 100 with a Joan Johnson, president of Pines Women played a ry Quam and Jim Bryant. score of 97. Way to go Jill! A1- LACC Women's Golf Club, "Criers Format." It must pay so breaking 100 for the first acted as co-hostess in the ab- to cry a bit, because they Mt. Huff time on our course was new- sence of Diane Bice. The were all allowed to change a Thursday night Scramble comer Kathy Roseler with a three tournament chair- Par 3, Par 4, and Par 5, to par June 10 saw six teams at score of 99. Congratulations women, Jan Vortmann, instead of what they actually our Thursday night scram- ladies! Trudy Leete and Kathy scored. The results were tal- ble. The weather was actual- The goff game for the dayFuller, were also present to lied and the winners were in ly good and the course is get- was team match play. Twelve provide information on the the First Flight, Renee Walk- ting better every day. The two-person teams competedvarious upcoming tourna- er Low Gross with a score of team of Dick Grace, Gary in the first of four rounds, ments and to answer ques-82, and Jan Talbott Low Net Metzdorf, Roger Stewart and The contest will continuetions, with a score of 63. In the Sec- Jerry Crouch, birdied seven through the first week in Au- Thirteen mentors will help ond Flight, Janet Grijalva holes and squeaked out with gust to determine the win- the newcomers with their a win. Tucker "the Hammer" nets of this season's match transition into the club. They Willits took longest drive play event, will assist them with knowl- edge of the rules and eti- F Ill el i i i i ~ ~ Hi eel i ~ i i i miD i i i umm i ~ ~ I i i I~ I * I I Play any day after 1:00 - Includes FREE Cart I I I Oee " s23- 9 holes * s38- 18 holes *Pc* I I *Mustpresent coupon to getfiee cart tO P.k,. I tO Coupon good through May 27" Clinics coming soon .**WILe I I I I Ten Play Cards I I Now available for s 180 I I With card 9 holes is only * 18 any time of the day! I I I Coming Soon... Boys & Girls Clinics ] I I I I LAKE AIaMANOR COUNTRY CLUB I I GOLF COURSE i I LACC features a Restaurant, Bar and Pro ShopI I I I From A-13, turn right and follow Clifford Dr. to gate I I. i i i i ~m i i IBm el i i I m i i ~ i i I BIB i i ~ HI i i "g !!i il il i?!711 ii !ii!iiii! PLUMAS PINES GOLF RESORT FATHER'S DAY GOLF SPECIAL Dad plays FREE with one full-paying guest! For Tee Times & Information: 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeag|e, California G o' L F IlIH , I LI I C U R S E II I I FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL SUN. JUNE 20"" 2010 18 HOLES OF GOLF FOR ( 2 ) CART FOR ( 2 ) LUNCH FOR ( 2 ) ALL FOR JUST " CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY WED, JUNE 23" 2010 FREE GREEN FEES FREE RANGE TOKEN FREE HOT DOG * CART NOT INCLUDED, MUST PRESENT COUPON CALL: 530. 259 - 4555 FOR TEE TIMES L~. i } : won Low Gross with a score ........ wonf 09 and Lucil,e Buch.o,,ZLow Ne, wit. a score of !i:i i! iiii) ! ii!: 63. After two weeks of no chip-ins, there were finally two made today. One by Jan Pierce and the other by Shirley Agnos. These two ladies got to split the bigger- than-average pot. Jill Dalton hit a hole-in-one on No. 17 at Lake Almanor Country Club June 8. Photo submitted CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS June 26 Lake Almanor West Golf The seventh annual Six ladies braved rain George Friedrichs Memori- showers to play the combo al Charity Golf Tournament tees on June 9. Kathi Shen- will be held Saturday, June nan won first place in the 26, at Lake Almanor West first flight. She also had a Golf Course. chip-in birdie on Hole #3. This tournament will ben- Way to go, Kathi! Shirley efit the Chimney Fund and Friedrichs came in first in Chester High School sports. the second flight. Next The 18-hole handicapped week's game will be one putts. The game score is de- scramble begins with a 9 a.m: shotgun start. termined by subtracting one The cost is $95 per person point for each 1 putt made. and includes continental Check-in time is 8:30 a.m. breakfast, lunch, a prize with tee-off at 9:00 a.m. drawing, golf cart and range balls. Beer, wine and appe- To have your golf club in- tizers will be served on the eluded in the weekly results, course. email the information to The first hole-in-one on sports@plumasnews.com or Hole No. 3 will win $15,000 fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at cash from Rouland Insur- 3p.m. once and Arlie Holland at Grizzly Ranch Golf Club GRIZ Lie RA N C H Please Call Call for tee times: 530-832-4200 Golf Course 18 I lolc Chanapionship Course $100 for 2 Players (;o|f cart included Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant Breakfast & Lunch 7 Days * Full Bar Deck Dining Pro Shop 836-2323 Restaurant 836-2348 playgraeagle.com l lwy 89, Graeaglc Par 66 HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ... 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 speciafl I Tee times recommended Open Daily 8am-6pm (weather permitting) Coldwell banker- Kehr/O'Brien Real Estate. There will be first hole-in- one prizes on all par-three holes. For more information, cad Lake Almanor West at 259-4555 or Shirley Friedrichs at 259-3375. June 26 Experience a uniquely private 9-hole golf course designed around a wildlife preserve in Long Valley near Chilcoot on Saturday, June 26. , The event is f{e third an- nual J&S Duck Ranch Invi- tational hosted by Jeff and Shelley Long. The goff tour- nament will benefit the Feather River Land Trust. You can register online at frlt.org or call the Feather River Land Trust at 283-5758 for more information. There will be a continen- tal breakfast at 9 a.m., with tee off at 10 a.m. A scrump- tious lunch will be served by the chef from the Grizzly Grill. There are 36 spots avail- able and you need to be 21 or older. It's a fun, relaxed event, with several prizes at the end of the day. Sign-up now, because there is only one opportuni- ty per year to play on this unique private golf course and take in the breathtak- ing 360 degree scenery. If you're lucky you might even see some antelope, but you'll certainly see all sorts of birds, including golden eagles which live there year round. Aug. 21 A benefit golf tournament for Jedidiah Lusk will be held Saturday, August 21, at Mt. Huff Golf Course. The tournament is spon- sored by employees of the Plumas County Sheriff's Of- rice, and all proceeds will be donated to the Lusk family. The two-person, best-ball scramble will begin at 9 a.m., with registration be- ginning at 8 a.m. There will be longest-dri- ve and closest-to-the-pin cont.ests, as well as a prize drawing and barbecue lunch. The cost of the tourna- ment is $55 per player, or $15 for lunch only. Carts are not included, so call for availability. Space is limited, so RSVP by calling Mt. Huff at 284- 8204 or Sgt. Todd Johns at 283-6392. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this calendar, email the informa- tion to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952.