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Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Record, Reporter CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS Aug. 21 A benefit golf tourna- ment for Jedidiah Lusk will be held Saturday, August 21, at Mt. Huff Golf Course. The tournament is sponsored by employees of the Plumas County Sheriff's Office, and all proceeds will be donated to the Lusk family. The two-person, best- ball scramble will begin at 9 a.m., with registra- tion beginning at 8 a.m. There will be longest- drive and closest-to-the- pin contests, as well as a prize drawing and barbe- cue 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 284-6204 or Sgt. Todd Johns at 283-6392. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this calendar, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952. Check Out Our & GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch the game sounded compli- LACC Men's Golf ladies golf club cated, it was really just a lot Association It was a day of "O.N.E.S." of easy-going team fun. So On July 7 the LACC Men's at Whitehawk last Tuesday, now I'm going to try to ex- Golf Association played a which means that only the plain it. game of bramble. A bramble holes starting with one of All four team members starts off just like a scram- those four letters, or haft the teed off on each hole. Then ble where each team mem- holes, counted toward the the women whose tee shots ber tees off. After the best game and each lady only re- were on the right partnered drive has been selected, each ceived 50% of her handicap up and the women whose tee player plays his own ball, on those holes, shots were on the left part- stroke-play style, until he Virginia Luhring certain- nered for each hole. The best has holed out, producing ly helped herself and her drives were chosen, and the four individual scores. The partner Pamela Burke to ladiesalternated shots until team score Wednesday was their winning net 74. She the ball was holed out. Both the two low nets on each shot a birdie on the par scores for each pairofladies hole. three-hole number eleven were added together for a In the first flight, the which gave her a net double "very large" team score! teams of John Leete, A1 Mar- eagle. Marcia Zeigler and There were two flights, quart, Larry Prentke and Jill Zumwalt were team #2 In the first flight, the team Jim Stillman tied with Bar- with a net 75 and this was of Linda Allen, Joan ry Donaldson, Jim Drake, Mrs. Zumwalt's first day out D'Angelo, Marie Phillips, Tars Petri and Dan Van El- with the Whitehawk ladies and Kathy Roseler came in deren for first place with a too. And Diane Romig and first place with a score of score of 107. John DeJong, Denise Stein came in third 197. Toddy Cutler, Darlene Ev Eaton, Ron Simonini, with a net 76. Donaldson, Pat Drake, and and Dan Weagant tied Greg As for match play results, Madeleine Protsman came Bice, Jim Craig, John Gris- round 1 is now completed: in second with a score of 204. wold and Nate Ryan for Patty McNamara won her In the second flight, the third with a 109. match against Lois LeGuen- team of Trudy Leete, Col- The second flight was won nec; Denise Stein won her lette Prentke, Karen outright by Bob DeValk, Bob match against Marcia Zei- Schmidt, and Martha Vlahos Favel, John Hancock, and a gler; Cynthia Faulk won her came in first place with a blind draw with a 106 score. match against Christy Ran- score of 208. Lynn BoltinL In second place, with a 108 dall and Lynn Smith won Nancy Foote, Jean Rolls, was Chuck Johnson, Jack her match against Della and Marcia Spooner came in Penick, Merle Reese, and Miller. The ladies must play second with a score of 210. Bob Roseler. Mike Davis, both round 2 and round 3 of All-in-all it was a great Rick King, Dennis Porter, match play before the end of day for camaraderie both on and Dick Soper were our this month, the golf course and at the third place winners at 109. luncheon that followed. After 14 weeks into the LACC Women's Golf season, Rick King is our cur- The first Tuesday of the Mt. Huff Golf Scores rent championship points month started July off with It was another beautiful leader with 3,594 points fol- a game called "Modified A1- morning and a great round lowed closely by Phil Parish manor Amigas" followed by of golf was played at the Mt. (3,573) and John Leete our monthly luncheon meet- Huff Wednesday Morning (3,516). ing at Dianna's restaurant Scramble on July 7. Congratulations to every- in the clubhouse. Although The fil~st place winning one. For Tee T/rues & Information: 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, California DO Join us for our Reopening Wednesday, June 30th at Nakoma Golf Resort Introductory Rates $60 Monday - Thursday $75 Friday - Sunday Call for Stay & Play and Other Package Options 530-832-5067 One of the High Sierra's Most Beautiful Resorts Full Bar and Lunchtime Grill Golf Course Villas for Nightly & Weekly Stays Facility Rental for Your Events team members were Bar- bara Quam and Jerry Quam. In second place were the team members Don Sheffield, Jim Bryant, Mike Chelotti and Bob McElman. The chip-in was won by Bob McElman and Closest to the Pin was won by John Hackett. Plumas Pines Women's Club Results Since June 29th was the last Tuesday in June, the Plumas Pines Women's Club played their monthly Cap- tain's Cup. Winners of low gross and low net over the field each month will com- pete in the final round which takes place in Sep- tember. Winning Low Gross over the field was Annie Meyer. Low Net was won by Lu- cille Buchholtz. Also part of Captains Cup is Low Putts which was won by Nancy Bartlett. Of the remaining players, Janie Grossman won Low Gross in the first flight and Mary Stonebraker won Low Net. In the second flight, Lorraine Cornish won Low Gross and Shirley Ag- nos won Low Net. There were two chip-ins, one made by Nancy Bartlett and one made by Joni Gerberts. Tuesday, July 6 was the beginning of a 3-day Handi- cap Tournament. Those not competing in this 3-day event followed the field play- ing the same format. In the first flight, Janie Grossman won Low Gross, Nancy Bartlett won 1st Low Net, and Jan Talbott won 2nd Low Net. In the second flight, Lorraine Cornish won Low Gross, Jennifer Zumbro won 1st Low Net, and Diane Trainor won 2nd LOw Net. Annie Meyer and Janet Hol- laday both scored chip ins. Next week, competitors will play Monday and Tues- day and net scores will be combined to determine the winner. Stay tuned. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club The low gross score over the field was won by the team of B. Seidel, S. Doyon, L. Cornish, and J. Holladay. Winning first place in the first flight was C. Zellers, J. Grosman, T. Zunino, and L. Thomas. The team of S. Loyd, S. Davis, L. Moraga, K. Huffman came in second with H. Anderson, A. Flynn, C. Sharp and L. Scarff taking third place. K. Magliano, D. Estep, J. Rogers, and A. Fronk had the low net score over the field. In the second flight R. Honnoll, B. Law, C. Churchill, and T. Sexton took first place. Second place was won by C. Gibson, C. Benson, N. Bartlett, and R. Bowriing. D. Rife, C. Brennan, D. Stein, and P. Purvis took third place. Closest-to-the-pin on the third hole was won by Lu- cille Buchholtz with Linda Scarff taking Second and Scooter Kidwell coming in third. Following play, mem- bers and guests enjoyed a de- licious lunch at theGraeagle Meadows Clubhouse. Mt. Huff On June 27, we held a Jack and Jill tournament. Though it was very hot, we had a super time. The Metz- doffs and Josephs tied for first, and after a very close chip off between Gary Metz- dorf and Darel Joseph, the team of Gary and Carol Met- zdorf took first place. In our July 1 scramble, the team of Auston Linford, Don Guess, Greg Stevens and Leaf Van Pelt took first place. Auston "the better man" Linford had an amaz- The Graeagle Meadows ing chip in on the fifth hole, . . , !,,~ . Women's Golf :ClUb wei: shdlfylngth-~,wm.~: comed members and friends to their annual Invitational, To have your golf club "Luncheon in the Mead- included in ~he weekly re- ows." The day began at 7 sults, email the informagton a.m. with coffee, rolls and to fruit followed by an 8 a.m. or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday shotgun at 3p.m. ,.q ,!