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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 20, 2012 3C f C' GOLF's, HIGH OUI00ITRY. GOLF TOURNAMENTS June 23 . The ninth annual G.eorge Friedrichs Memorial hari- ty Golf Tournament will be played Saturday, June 23, at the Lake Almanor West Golf Course. The format of the toui'na- 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 drawings, golf cart and range balls. Coordinated by Shirley Friedrichs, all proceeds go to local charities. Each year, the Chimney Fund, which supports the commu- nities of Chester, Westwood and Greenville, has been a recipient of half of the funds. The other haft of the proceeds has gone to sup- port the different sports programs at Chester High School This year, the tour- nament 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 Alman0r PGA master golf professional, at 259- 4555. June 24 The Plumas CASA fifth annual golf tournament will once again beheld at Griz- zly Ranch in Portola Sun- day, June 24. The format is a best ball sqramble 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 baskets, and there will be awards for first, sec- ond and third place. Silent auction items will include lodging and golf packages, Giants tickets, swing evaluation and as- sorted 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, Woff Tree Cabins, three nights lodging in a 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 cred- it. 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 Plumas Coun- ty children through the ef- forts of 18 volunteer advo- cates. For more informa- tion on becoming a child ad- vocate or supporting the CASA program, contact Program Manager Debbie Wingate at 283-2227 or For tournament informa- tion or registration forms, call Joelle Breazier at 283- 2227 or info@plumas To have a charitable golf tour- nament listed on this calendar, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952. GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club Tuesday, June 12: The Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Goff Club had a "lightheart- ed" game: "Whack and Hack" with the team score comprised of the low gross and high gross of the four- some. The winning team was Chris Hyatt, Jean Schultz, Arline Simpson and Marcia Zeigler, We welcome our new member, Jean Schultz, and hope all of you Whitehawk Ladies will come out and join in on the fun! The course is in great shape and the weather is perfect -- what more can we ask for? Happy golfing. Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble Summer is still a week away, but boy, it.sure feels like summer at Mt. Huff Golf Course! A large crowd showed up for the Wednes- day Morning Scramble June 13. First place team members John Hackett, Mike Helt, Margie Joseph and Gary Metzdorf took the honors. In second place were team members Darel Joseph, Jer- ry Hobbs, Greg Stevens and A1 Brubaker. Chip-in was scored by Ted Trafton and Greg Stevens and Leo Sorosinski made closest to the pin. Lake Almanor Women's Golf Club On June 14 we played "Beat the Pro." It was really a lot of fun. Our pro, Bill Womeldorf, was a real gentleman. All of us enjoyed the day. The object was to beat the pro with your net score. If you did you would share in the pot. Well, five ladies did -- Lori Sinclair, Kathy Doms, Linda Kluge, Judy Cooper and Charlene Ferguson. Two ladies had chip-ins al- so: Sharon Auge on No. 7, and Lori Sinclair on No. 4. And Kathy Doms and Charlene Ferguson each had a birdie; Kathy's was on No. 15, and Charlene had hers on No. 12. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Tuesday, June 12, was a beat/iful day for golf. The game of the day was a team game called "Devil Ball." Members of the winning team were Janet Holladay, Diane Trainor, Janet Grijal- va with blind draw of Joni Gerbasi. Second place team members were Jackie Luck- ey, Pat Nichols, Joni Ger- basi with blind draw of Janet HoUaday. Blind draws ruled the world that day! Janet Holladay scored a birdie on hole No. 11. Janet Grijalva, Scooter Kidwell and Jackie Luckey all had chip-ins. Mt. Huff Thursday Night Scramble It is becoming evident the place to be on Thursday nights is Mt. Huff Golf Course for their world-fa- mous Thursday Night Scrambles. We fielded 10 teams on a beautiful warm evening. Five teams came in at 5 un- der and after a chip-off the team of Cooper Kingdon, Bruce Walker and Jerry and Barbara Quam came in first, while the team of Zack Rus- seI, Auston Linford, Leaf Van Pelt and Robert Tur- cotte came in second. Slammin' Don Guess had the longest drive and Eagle Eye David Smuts was clos- est to the hole. Check-in is at 4:30 and tee- off is at 5; if you are interest: ed call 284-6300 for more in- formation and come on out for a truly enjoyable evening. We are continuing ladies' golf at 9 a.m. Monday and Tuesday, just a fun time with all skill levels wel, come,[ ........ ,. There is also a Wednesday morning scramble. Hope to see you out here, the course is beautiful, and you can't walk away with- out a good time. To hav e your golf results and club news included in this week- ly section, emaU the information to by Friday at 3p.m. Nakoma Golf Resort ZO1Z is the "Year ol c the Dragon" tlr%ovtt Special Local Green Pee Moncla - Thursc[a 9 AiCter llam $ 85z-5067 . 9+8 lear Run - Clio - OH-A-15 (;I{AEAGI.,E Golf Course 18 Hole Championship Course SPECIAL TUESDAYS $55 per person includes cart New 2012 Rates: *75 with cart, $ 5 walking 7 days a week o coo o oo o eee ee e q0eo e eeoeeeoe ee ooe oo. ooo. oeoelee oeeeeo ee eeee oe Newly remodeled' Restaurant NOW OPEN Breakfast - Lunch - Lite Dinners Full Bar - Deck Dining Golf 836-2323 Restaurant 836-2348, Hwy 89, Graeagle 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 GOLF COURSES Dragon at Nakoma Golf Resort Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Snack bar, restau- rant 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 Re- sort Number of holes: 9 Par: 35 Food: Snack bar Phone: 836-2328 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 t