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, fsulletm, ~eCora, rrogresswe, Reporter Wednesday, July 9, 2014 3(:: Whitehawk Ladies Golf Results In celebration of the 4th of July, the ladies at Whitehawk, either wearing RED or BLUE, played from the combo tees. The NET score of all players on the RED team were combined and them divided by the number of RED team players -- thus arriving at a team net score The same procedure applied to the BLUE team The end result was RED team 75, BLUE team 79. ' Those on the RED team were Toni Dick, Virginia Luhring, Denise Stein, Diane Romig, Lynn Smith and you-know-who -- yep the ever-present Barbara Competello. (This reporter thinks she should go get her LPGA card and really make i'" money.) " Next up Ace of Aces. LACC Women's Golf Results On Tuesday, June 24, the Lake Almanor Country Club Women's Golf Club played O.N.E.S. Only those holes starting with O, N, E or S were scored. The winners were in Flight #1 were Kathy Roseler, Carol Lunsford and Madeline Furman. Flight #2 winners were Kathy Fuller, :,: i.i: GOLF RESULTS Janet Hancock and Joan Johnson. Flight #3 winners were Peggy Lentz, Claudine Gurney, Carol Parish and Meg Eaton. A Birdie was recorded by Maggie Fleming, and Chip-Ins by Kathy Roseler, Diane Rudgers, Janet Hancock, Lee Hunter and Carol Parish. Kicking off the month of July, 34 golfers had a Shotgun start on July 2 and played a Modified Chapman. Those winners in Flight #1, Teams Madeline Furman and Anita Crowther, Trudy Leete and Claudine Gurney; and Carol Lunsford and Meg Eagon. Flight #2 Team Winners were Kathy Roseler and Joan Eychner, Jean Rolls and Mary Ann Broderick; and Judy Cooper and Madeline Protzman. Flight #3 Team winners were Meschelle Righero and Peggy Lentz, Linda Rawson and Joan Johnson; and Linda Yaap and Karen Griffin. Graeagle Men's Wednesday Play Day The format for the Graeagle Men's Wednesday Play Day was "Hate'em." In this format, prior to the beginning of play, each player selects two holes which at the conclusion of play, the net score on those holes will be deducted from the players overall net score. The players will usually select holes that have been a problem in the past. As usual the field was divided into a White Tee Division and a Combo Tee Division. In the White Tee Division, which had eight players, Gary Maniery took first place with an adjusted net score of 61, while Gary Reid took second with an adjusted net score of 62. In addition, there were eight skins awarded; three to Gary Reid, and one each to Jack Gilbert, Jim Reynolds, Gary Maniery, Jim Oster and Norm Miller. In the Combo Tee Division there were seventeen players and there was a three-way tie for first place between Bill Keese, John Sciborski and Jac Castleton, each with a score of 57. There were five skins awarded in the Combo Tee Division, one each to Chuck Franck, John Sciborski, Gino Martini, Bill Keese and Bob McIlroy. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Tuesday, July 1, was Buddy Day and the game was Best Net Ball of the Twosome at Plumas Pines. The winners The Mount Lassen Meet in time to leave Chapter of the California by 8 a.m. Wear footgear Native Plant Society has the suitable for marshy following activities planned ground and for short for July. For each activity hikes. Participants will bring lunch, water, drive about 70 miles, the sun/insect protection, last 2.5 miles on an unpaved hiking gear and money for road, to Wilson Lake at ride sharing. Members around 5,300 feet. The lake meet at the Chico Park & is ringed by a grassy Ride west lot, but Plumas meadow and surrounded residents and other guests by forested slopes. are welcome to call the Participants will explore event leader to arrange an an adjacent meadow where alternate meeting site. For wet area flowers like bog more information visit orchid should be in bloom. mountlassen.cnps.org. An ice cave is located about half a mile from the Wilson Lake and Ice Cave, lake's outlet. Leaders: Lassen National Forest Gerry, 893-5123, and Sunday, July 20 Wes, 342-2293. in Frog, Green Island, Saucer lakes, Lassen National Forest Sunday, July 27 Meet in time to leave by 8 a.m. Participants will drive 12 miles beyond Butte Meadows on unsurfaced Humbug Road and several Forest Service roads to the Sunflower Flat trailhead at 6,400 feet. The lakes are reached by a 3-mile trail each way. This will be a moderate hike with a 400-foot elevation gain and loss each way, and participants may have to find their way around fallen trees Green Island Lake has a 5-acre floating bog and is were: 1st Place - Cathy Cianciolo and Darlene Gibault with 63; 2nd Place - Patty Rohman and Scooter Kidwell with 65; 3rd Place - Connie Raheb and Jennifer Zumbro with 66. Then on Wednesday, July 2, the Plumas Pines Women's and Men's Golf Clubs held their annual "4th of July" mixer. The Weather was a little cooler than the previous two days, making for a nice afternoon. After golf everyone enjoyed tri-tip beef and chicken cooked by members of the men's club. Ladies club members provided the side dishes and desserts. The golf game was 666 and the winners were: Flight A: 1st Place - Kim Roberts and Joni Gerbasi with 59; 2nd Place - Jim Bosworth and Janie Grosman with 62; 3rd Place - Randy McDonald and Nancy Bartlett with 63. Flight B: 1st Place (by card-off)- Randy and Katy Magliano with 63; 2nd Place - Dave and Nina Stone with 63; 3rd Place - Janet and Bill Grijalva with 66. 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. ure rimmed with huckleberries, buckbean and Potentilla. California fuchsia is usually found along the trail to Saucer Lake. On the way back participants can stop at Frog Lake and step out on its tiny floating island. Leaders: Woody, 588-2555, and Wes, 342-2293. m Continuing the renaissance just the resort but the entire that Nakoma Golf Resort and area would make even the Spa has been undergoing with likes of Nakoma Clubhouse new owners and management architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the helm, PGA professional proud, say owners. Now and consummate industry heavily vested in the leader Jon Jaress has been community locals employed as head golf endearingly dub "the Lost professional of Nakoma's Sierra," Schomac Group renowned Dragon Golf leaders consider the resort Course. their top priority and Jaress "Coming from some of the a prized complement to their top courses in the Southwest, mission. I'm very happy to be in the Nakoma General Manager spectacular Sierra and part Dan Gallagher commented, of the newly elevated "Since SGI took ownership, experience Nakoma Golf we've strived to put together Resort is putting forth. I feel a team that is in line with our this is a dream job, and my vision. Jon's extensive 25 years of seasoned and expertise and stellar people diverse experience makes skills, on top of the dramatic for a seamless transition," results he garnered while , said Jaress. employed by other resorts, Elected as an official PGA make him a perfect fit to professional in 1994, Jaress help bring The Dragon and previously served as director the entire resort to the of instruction for Quail world-class level it's always Creek Country Club in had the potential to attain." Green Valley, Arizona, On top of the 72-par, 18-hole where he was responsible Dragon, Nakoma Golf Resort for all private, group and and Spa features the only golf playing golf lessons. Prior to clubhouse designed by Frank that, he was director of golf Lloyd Wright in the world, in and country club general which the Wigwam Room manager at Angel Fire Resort restaurant, FLoW Bar and in New Mexico, and also spent Lounge, meeting spaces, a more than a decade as full-service spa and expansive director of golf and general pro shop reside. An manager of Tubac Golf Resort 1,800-square-foot hilltop in Arizona. patio surrounds the "We believe that Jon's clubhouse, offering a vantage extensive experience in the point for views of the Sierra golf resort business and a venue for dining, wine complemented by his proven tastings and live music. leadership skills will add to Taliesin West-designed the strong team we've built, villa accommodations Not only will he have an ranging in size from studios immediate impact at The to two-bedrooms echo the Dragon but he will be a prime clubhouse's design, provide resource for our new lodging for guests and are Residence Club members," part of the new equity asserts Ryan Schoff, president ownership program, the of The Schomac Group Inc., Residence Club at Nakoma. owners of Nakoma Golf For more information on Resort and Spa. Nakoma Golf Resort and Spa, The Schomac Group's visit NakomaGolfResort.com grand vision to revitalize not or call 87%462-5662. Fully Stocked Pro Shop Rentals Special Orders Re-Gripping Name Brand Clothing Gift Cerlificatss Fooqoy Shoes and Socks Tltlelst Hats Wednesday Lunch Special 9 Holes *Cart* Lunch $37,00,18 Holes *Cart* $47,00 IWeekly, Every Wednesday & Sunday 3:30-5:30pm 2 hours of quality fun & instruction covering full swing, short game, putting, rules & etiquette. -OR- 4 Day-Piners Golf Camps, July 14th-17th & July28th-31st 41/2 hours per day of on site instruction, lunches & snacks provided daily, prizes given out daily, golf clubs and equipment provided. Instructon Kyle Nielsen, Portola High School Golf Coach Call for further information or visit www.nielsengolf.com Bring in thh ad and receive either a FREE draft beer, house wine, or soft drink.