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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 25, 2014" ~1~. GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ladies Golf Results With barely a breeze blowing, the ladies at Whitehawk took to the links to play Lady in the Bucket-- two best balls. The winning team was: Barbara Competeilo (again), Jenine Fraser, Toni Dick and guest Barb Crist. Congratulations ladies. Our play was followed by a luncheon. What a delightful day. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, June 17, Plumas Pines Women's Golf i Club played T's and F's. The players totaled the hole numbers spelled with T and F then subtracted half their course handicap for the net score. The winners were: Flight 1- 1st Place - Nancy Bartlett ; 2nd Place - Cathy Cianciolo; 3rd Place - Jan Pierce. Flight 2 - 1st Place - Mary Stonebraker; 2nd Place - Nina DuPont-Stone; 3rd Place - Joni Gerbasi. Well done ladies! No chip-ins were scored that day. Graeagle Men's Travel Team Squeezes By Sierra Sage. The Graeagle Men's Travel Team played Sierra Sage Men's travel team in this month's Sierra Nevada Travel Cup. The matches were first held at Sierra Sage GC on Tuesday, June 10, and then at Graeagle Meadows GC on June 17. At Sierra Sage, the home club won the competition 30.5 points to 14.5 points for the Graeagle team. But, on June 17 at Graeagle Meadows GC, the Graeagle team won 32.5 points to 12.5 points for the Sierra Sage team. Therefore, Graeagle won overall 47 points to 43 points for Sierra i Sage. Participating in the two events from Graeagle Meadows were Dan Anderson, Ran Eaton, Dick Eck, Dennis Flynn, George Fraser, Mike Gibson, Chuck Gielow, Winston Giles, Bryan Hansen, Bill Kennedy, Chuck Pratt, John Scriborski and Team Captain Ken Stevenson. The next match for the Graeagle team will be with Plumas Pines at Graeagle Meadows GC, a match that was postponed in May due to heavy rains. The Graeagle team leads 24 to 21 after the fn'st match, which was played at Plumas Pines. Graeagle Men's Golf Association (GMGA) Wednesday Play Dhy The June 18 regular GMGA Wedr esday Play Day was combined with the annual Beat The Pro Golf Tournament. Head Golf Professional Bob Kline shot gross 74 from the blue tees, which became the target for the 28 entrants in the Tournament. Sixteen members shot a net 73 or better and, therefore, Beat The Pro. Obviously, the other twelve of us did not Beat The Pro. In the regular Wednesday Play Day, the game was Individual Gross and Net Stroke Play. "The winners in the gross flight were Jim Adams with an 80, and second was Bryan Hansen with an 81. There were five skins awarded in the White Tee Flight, two to Dan Anderson and one each to Bryan Hansen, Ron Eaton and Jim Reynolds. In the Combo Tee Flight low net was won by John Grasso with a 64, second was a tie between Jack Heskett and Chuck Franck with a net 65. Six skins were awarded in the Combo Tee Flight. Two to Chuck Franck, and one each to Dennis Flynn, John Grasso, Gino Martini and Ron Halstead. LAWWCG Three Clubs and a Putter was the game the West Shore ladies played on Thursday, June 19. Linda Kluge's score of 75 put her in first place. Lois Childress, left, and Bev Reynolds pose with a statue of Chief Graeagle after winning the Captain's Cup at Graeagle Meadows on June 19. Photo submitted Kathy Doms took second Golf Club's three-round with a 76 and Kathy Captain's Cup was held on Shennan's 77 gave her third Thursday, June 19. Play was place, followed by an enjoyable Kathy Doms was the only luncheon provided by Chef player to get both a chip-in Scotty at the Graeagle and a birdie. She made the Meadows Golf Club birdie on the first hole and restaurant. The Captain's the chip-in on number 9. Cup, which identifies It was quite a windy day on GMWGC's net (handicap) Thursday, June 12, for the champion, is a modified Par 4's-1/2 handicap game. match play format, in which The players had to stop now each participant plays three and then to let a gust of wind matches to accumulate blow through but they still points, instead of to avoid enjoyed the pleasant weather. Karen Nelson took top honors in that game with Kathy Doms taking second and Carolyn Wilhoit taking third: There were no birdies or chip-ins. Graeagle Meadows WGC 2014 Captain's Cup The fmal round of the Graeagle Meadows Women's elimination as occurs in traditional match play. A player receives one point for each hole won, one-half point for a tied hole and zero points for a lost hole. A field of 22 players vied for the over-all title in two divisions. The overall 2014 Captain's Cup winners were: Red Tee Division, Bev Reynolds with 34 points; Combo Tee Division, Lois Childress with 33-1/2 points. The following were winners in their flight: Red Tee Division, 1st flight, 1st place, Karen Linde (31); 2nd place, Alaine Flynn (29). Combo Tee Division, 1st flight, 1st place, Ellen Fearing (32-1/2); 2nd place, Pat Grew (30); and, 3rd place, Maureen Ford (29-1/2). Congratulations! Lake Almanor Women's 18 Golf Club June 17, 2013 It didn't feel much like summer with the cold wind blowing off Lake Almanor as 36 women teed off last Tuesday. The game of the day was "Just Gross and Putts." The winners of Flight #1 were Madeline Furman, Kathy Roseler, Toddy Cutler and Sue Sutton. Flight #2 winners were Peggy Lentz, Claudine Gurney, Kathy Fuller, Joan D'Angelo and Jill Dalton. Madeline Furman and Kathy Fuller tied the putting with 29, each. Chip-ins were recorded by Meg Eaton and Angle Gamble on Hole #3 and Madeline Furman on Hole #8, which just happens to adjoin her back yard. Next week's game will be O.N.E.S, in which each score is counted from the hole tl at starts with one of those letters. It will also be Guest Day. See you then ladies! Mt. Huff Golf Scores Nearly summer and golf is in full swing at Mt. Huff Golf Course for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on June ]8. In first place at eleven under par was the red-hot team of John Bowen. Jeff Stevens and Margie Joseph. In second place at seven under par were team members Ted Trafton, Dave Ricetti, Ralph Cote and Dan Rooney. Jeff Stevens got closest to the pin and the chip-in was an eagle shot scored by Ted Trafton. The Thursday evening scramble is a nine-hole play that begins at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 19, was a perfect evening with a light breeze. Perfect! In first place at six under par was the team of Mike Ruggeri, Tim Sandberg, Carol Metzdorf and Gary Metzdorf. It took a three-team chip off to decide the second place winner, but the honors went to team members Jeff Stevens, Greg Stevens, Margie Joseph, and Dr. Collins, who came in at four under par. Closest to the pin was Ralph Cote and the long drive was scored by Dr. Collins. 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. Rules of golf are often misunderstood Welcome back to the ninth installment of the Pro's Corner. Today's article is all about the rules of golf. Here are the top five misunderstood rules that I come across on a daffY basis: What happens if I hit the wrong ball? The penalty for hitting the wrong ball in stroke play is two strokes and the original ball must be replayed from its original position. 1 Pp,.o's CORNER RONNIE THEOBALD What is the penalty for hitting the flagstick while putting? Hitting an unattended flagstick while putting is a two-stroke penalty. How many clubs are you allowed in your bag and what is the penalty for having too many? You are allowed 14 clubs in your bag. Penalty for having more clubs in your bag is two strokes each hole, with a maximum of four total penalty strokes. Thank you for once again reading the Pro's Corner. Tune in next week for some great tips on how to get out of greenside bunkers! Ronnie Theobald is the PGA What happens if my ball What happens if my ball comes to rest on a cart moves after address? headgolf professionalat path or sprinkler head? If your ball moves after Bailey Creek Golf Course in Lake Almanor. To inquire You are entitled to free you have addressed it then it relief. Remember that free is a one-stroke penalty and aboutprivate lessons or ask relief entitles you to one club you must replace the ball at a question email length no closer to the hole. its original spot. ronnie@baileycreek.com. Lake Davis is the hot spot for anglers Michael Condon Staff Writer mcondon@plu masnews.com i'There is certainly Something in angling that tends to produce a serenity of the mind." --Washington Irving Lake Davis , Lake Davis is the hot icket right now. " , The damselfly hatch is in high gear. It is not an epic hatch but it is a very healthy one, according to Allan Bruzza of the Sportsmen's Den in Quincy. Allan says there are some very nice fish being caught, but the fishing pressure is also pretty high. , Blood midges are working well when the damsels slow down. There is a good evening Hex hatch, but the damselflies are the main attraction right now. I would love to spend an evening testing the new Hex hatch on Davis. I can only - - hnagine what a magic evening it would be in a float tube along the west , shore of the lake with those These huge mayflies start life in the muddy lake bottom found along much of the west shore of the lake. The hatch is in full swing near the dam and working its way north toward fat rainbows sipping big Almanor West. emerging Hex flies. The nymphs start leaving Trollers are finding some their lake bottom homes and decent action using Wee working their way toward Dick Nite Copper Red Heads the lake surface in the and Yellow Watermelon evening. By the time it is Needlefish. getting dark, there are large Bank anglers are picking numbers of these huge up a few fish with PowerBait mayflies leaving their and worms along the west nymphal shucks in the shore, surface film and eventually flying toward shore. Lake Almanor This transition takes some Trolling at Lake Almanor time and the trout and is starting to settle into a smallmouth bass are there summer-like pattern as the to feed on the hapless water warms. In other insects as they make this words, it is slowing down. transition to adult mayflies. There are still fish to be Successful anglers will caught, but as the lake start out fishing nymphs, continues to warm, fmding then switch to emergers as cooler water will become the surface feeding begins more of a factor for and then switch to adult successful fishing. That mayflies near dark. Some means fishing stream evenings I like to stick with mouths, springs and deeper emergers. The bugs often get water. "stuck" in the surface film But for the next couple of while trying to leave their weeks, the main attraction is the Hex hatch. See Fishing, page 7C ILEY Saturday, July 5th ,o:ooam_ :OOpm Where: Bailey Creek Driving Range (530) 259-GOLF Who: Everyone is welcome FREE EVENT --AI Free custom fittings avaliable! ' aylorlVlade" lalNQ " " NII(~G{3LF:: ~" Lowest Prices Of The Year! Bailey Creek Bar & Grill ..... Serving Delicious Dinners Thursday, Friday & Saturday 5:00pm to 8-00pm (530) 259.DINE (reservations appreciated) I