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i'o  'unecin, Kecora, vrogressive, r(eportr Wednesday, June 18, 2014 r,,,; Whitehawk Ladies Golf Results On a beautiful very warm Tuesday the ladies played i :" : Ace of Aces. Winning low ::: gross was Nancy Johnson, and tied for low net were: Diane Romig, Jenine Fraser and Ann Verutti. There was also a chip-in. A very enjoyable day on the links at Whitehawk. Graeagle Meadors :' 2014 Mini Ha Ha • , Couples Tournament On Sunday, June 8, 6i players competed in the annual Mini Ha Ha Couples Tournament, which is sponsored by the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club. The theme was Native American, with attire in that . spirit optional. The game was • : the better net ball of the • ' two-person team. The field was divided into two divisions: Regular Tee Division (women on red tees, men on white tees) and the Combo Tee Division (women on red/green combo tees, men on white/red combo i::' tees). Play was followed by • ". :cocktails and a BBQ dinner , at the Graeagle Picnic Grounds, Mother Nature and Chief Graeagle smiled on the participants with sunny skies, and not too much wind. In the Regular Tee Division, Geronimo Flight, dm winners were: 1st place, Chris Laxague and Gary Romero with a team score of 0; 2nd place, Dee Walker and Jim Reynolds (63); and tied Lbr 3rd place, Wanda Wideriksen and Bob Caskie, and Dottie Hattich and Dan Friedman (64). In the Combo Tee Division, Crazy Horse Vlight, 1st place, Lorraine i • :, :md Jack Cornish (58); 2nd :" : r, lace, Susie Wiese and Bryan ] Iansen (59); 3rd place, Jan :rod Marv Pierce (62); and 1 led for 4th place, Cathy  ,hurchill and Aubrey Niesh, and Diane Trainor and Norm Nichols (63). In the Tecumseh qight, 1st place, Jennifer :rod Bob Baker (58); tied for ".' : 2nd Place, Pat Grew and Bill • ' Keese, and Diane Forsberg and Gary Kinkley (61); 4th place, Annie Fischer and June 20 Eastern Plumas Health Care plans to host its annual fundraising golf tournament at Nakoma Golf Resort• Money raised will go toward purchasing a new ambulance for the hospital• The four-person scramble tournament will tee off at 11 a.m. Registration costs $150 per player, and ends June 10. /\\; dinner and auction will bllow the tournament. Those interested in registering should contact Tiffany Williams at 832-6564• June 21 Sierra Hospice is planning its fourth annual Good Grief Golf Tournament at the GOLF RESULTS Winners of the Graeagle Meadows Mini Ha Ha Couples Tournament snuggle up. From left: Gary Romero, Chris Laxague, Jennifer Baker, Bob Baker, Lorraine Cornish and Jack Cornish. Photo submitted Mike Simpson (62). Those are some tough scores to beat! LACC Women's Golf News • Tuesday, June 10, 2014 There was a field of forty women playing a game of. Cha Cha Cha today. The four person teams scored one low net for all par fives, two low nets for par fours and three low net scores on the par threes. The winners in Flight 1 were: Mary Anne Broderick, Mary Craig, Claudine Gurney, Jane Hilliard, Madeline Furman, Dorothy Gonzales, Peggy Lentz and Joyanne Soderholm. Flight 2 winners were: Kathy ChucheL Anita Crowther, Nancy Foote, Angie Gamble, Kathy Ful16r, Carol Lunsford, Jean Rolls and Karen Schmidt. Chips-in were recorded by Jan Reese who had two; Joan D'Angelo, Kathy Chuchel, Peggy Lentz, Jude Morse and Sue Sutton each had one chip-in. Birdies were scored by Maggie Fleming, Carol Lunsford and Jude Morse. Graeagle Men's Golf Association (GMGA) Wednesday Play Day The format for the GMGA Wednesday Play Day was two-man team net Four Ball. A Four Ball is a competition in which the better net score of the team members on each hole is used as the team score• Because of the many activities at Graeagle Meadows over the past two weeks, the field was smaller than usual• The winners in the White Tee Flight were the team of Jim Adams and Jim Reynolds with a score of 63. Second place was a tie among the teams of Ron Eaton/Tom Slavick, Ken Hattich/Brian Hansen and Jack Cornish/Ralph Wittick, all with a score of 65. There were seven skins awarded in the White Tee Flight, two each to Ron Eaton, Ken Hattich and Jack Cornish. One skin was won by Jim Adams• In the Combo Tee Flight the winners were: first place., John Grasso and Tom Fregulia with a score of 56; second place, Jim Brennan and Bo b McIlroy with a 59; and, third place, Bob Baker and Jack Gilbert with a 61. In the Combo Tee Flight there were five skins awarded, two to Tom Fregulia and one each to Chuck Franck, Ron Halstead and Bill Keese. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Scratch Three was the game for Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club on Tuesday, June 10. The players threw out their worst three holes, totaled GOLF TOURNAMENTS Bailey Creek Golf Course. The format is a four-person scramble with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Play is open to teams, pairs and individuals and offers participants and guests lunch, contests, prize drawings and four hole-in-one prizes. For more information call Sierra Hospice office manager Shirley Canalia at 258-3412 or email June 28 Golfers are welcome to join for the 14th annual Horses Unlimited Golf Tournament at Plumas Pines Golf Resort. Starting at 11 a.m. with a shotgun start at noon, the tournament will raise funds for the maintenance and upkeep of the therapeutic horse program. The $100 entry fee includes players' goodie bags, tee prizes, 18 holes of spectacular golf, access to the driving range and an appetizer buffet courtesy of Longboards Bar & Grill. Visit horsesunlimited for sign-up sheets or call 927-8361• To have a golf tournament l isted in this calendar, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952, attention James Wilson• the remaining fifteen holes and subtracted half their course handicap for the net score. The winners were: Flight 1, 1st Place - Bev Parry net 61; 2nd Place - Nancy Bartlett net 62; Flight 2, 1st Place - Scooter Kidwell net 62; 2nd Place - Cindy Donohue net 63.5; Flight 3, 1st Place - Mary Blaylock net 66.5; 2nd Place - Pat Nichols net 67. Two players scored chip ins. They were Bey Parry and Ja˘kie Luckey. Mt. Huff Golf Scores The Wednesday morning scrambles at Mr. Huff Golf Course just keep getting to be more fun and more competitive! On Wednesday, June 11, we had a chip-in to decide who was the first place winner• Two teams tied at eight under par. The chip-off gave the win to team members Ted Trafton, Ron Christensen, Dick Grace and Gary Metzdorf. Second place went to the team of David Ricetti, John Bowen and Jeff Stevens• Closest to the pin was won by Gary Metzdorg and both Gar Metzdorf and John Bowen aced the chip-in. It got cooler and a lot breezier for the Thursday Night Scramble. The wind at their backs gave a fantastic drive to the team of Gary Metzdorf, Ralph Cote, Carol Metzdorf and Mike Asten. A chip-off was needed to determine who would be in second place, as both teams scored four under par. The second place standing went to Joe Poge, Richard Mauldin, and Margie Joseph• Golf etiquette includes wearing proper attire Welcome back to the eighth installment of the Pro's Corner• Today's article will be short and sweet• What is the proper attire for playing golf?. You might find this topic lacking in interest, but during the summer, proper golf attire is a big issue. I probably get this phone call about a dozen times a week. "What is your clothing policy?" This is a great question because not all golf courses have the same policy, At Bailey Creek Golf Course our only requirements are that you're fully clothed and are wearing a collared shirt• This policy is standard for most courses, but pales in comparison to many across the country• Make sure you know the policy in regards to golf attire. I can't emphasize that enough• This will save you the embarrassment of purchasing a shirt or even a pair of golf slacks in order to play their course. I have played numerous :/ 7 ¸  PRO'S CORNER RONNIE THEOBALD courses that have a zero denim policy, so before you show up in your Wranglers you better check with the pro shop. Thank you for reading another edition of the Pro's Corner. Next week I am going to answer some questions about rules that have been submitted via email the past few weeks• In the meantime go visit your local PGA professional and may all your putts find the bottom of the cup. Ronnie Theobald is the PGA head golf professional at Bailey Creek Golf Course in Lake Almanor. To inquire about private lessons or ask a question email Joe Poge got the longest drive and closest to the pin was won by Gary Metzdorf. Bailey Creek Women's Club With the snowbirds returning and graduations celebrated, the Bailey Creek Ladies are welcoming back familiar faces. On the last play day of May, a "low putt" contest was won by Ginger Birchfield, with Diana Pallari coming in second• On June 4, the ladies played a game of low net, with Barbara Quam (lst) and Lee Hunter (2nd) sharing the honors• Ginger had a "Chip-In" on #12. The club's regular monthly meeting followed• The game of "Blind Nine," where 9 holes are randomly See G01f, page 5C IOR "ST GRILL OPEN DAILY Sun-Tues • lOam - 5pm & Weds-Sat • 10am - 8pm (530) 259-5545 • Weds. 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