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ulietm, Recora, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 16, 2014 3C GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Scores three-way tie for the qhip-in On July 10, the GMWGC owners, who provided a "Hot enough for ya?'? contest went to Jim Bryant, held its annual Invitational. memorable Invitational Definitely a change from last Mike Ingle and Danny This year's theme was Hot experience for all. And, week's cool and cloudy golf, Rooney. Tamales. The event began special thanks to Graeagle but the heat didn't keep the It started out a little hot on with an 8 a.m. shotgun start Meadow's Head Golf golfers away. The turnout for Thursday, July 10; for the for the 80 participants, Professional Bob Kline and the Wednesday Morning evening scramble, but followed by a hearty Chef Scotty and their staffs Scramble on July 2 was quickly became very south-of-the-border luncheon for their work in providing a fantastic! As a matter of fact, comfortable, provided by Chef Scotty in great venue and an excellent it was the largest turnout of The first place team came the Graeagle Meadows luncheon. the season! in at five under par for Clubhouse, and an awards In first place at six under members Richard Mauldin, presentation. The format was Bailey Creek Women's' Club par was the team of Ron Wes Morgan, Glen Roberts Two Best Balls of the With wild and gusty winds, Christenson, Tom Rogers and Margie Joseph. These women enjoy some drinks after a day of golf July 11 Foursome Shamble, With all nine hearty members came and Gary Metzdorf. In second place at four that resulted in winning the low gross of the Graeagle play from the Combo Tees. out to play on June 25, for a In second place, at a close under par were Mike Ingle, Meadows Women's Golf Club annual Invitational. From left: The Overall Invitational game of"Either/Or." With five under par were team Dick Grace, Chuck Thrall Jacquie McMaster, Kathy Sipel, Renee Walker and Diane Champions were the team three flights, winning the members Greg Stevens, Dave and Butch Back. Trainor. Photo submitted that carded the Low Gross competition were Donna Ricetti and Ron Carter. Tom Rogers scored the over-the-field score. White (lst flight), Ginger Closest to the pin was won closest to the pin and the place winners were Maggie Plumas Pines Additionally, Low Net was Birchfield (2rid flight), and by Casey Peters and the long drive. You go, Tom! Fleming, Margi Stephenson, Women's Golf Club paid in flights that were Joan Eychner (3rd flight). chip-in was won by Tom Carol Parish and Karen Tuesday, July 7, was an based on team handicaps. Even though folks were Rogers, who had an eagle, Whitehawk Ladies Schmidt. overcast and cooler day - a The Overall Low Gross gearing up for the 4th weekend, which is worth two chip-in Golf Results nice change of pace. Plumas winners were Jacquie the club had a good turn out on credits. Way to go, Tom! On an overcast, drizzle Graeagle Men's Pines Women's Golf Club McMaster/Kathy Sipel/Diane July 2, with 10 ladies competing Thursday evening, July 3, morning the ladies at Wednesday Play Day played Criers format. The Trainor/Renee Walker. The in a "Best Ball Twosome" was still hot at 95 degrees, Whitehawk began play. This The format for the GMGA players changed three scores First Flight Net winners tournament. Ginger Birchfield and the turnout was a little was our third Ace of Aces Wednesday Play Day was to par (1 par 5, 1 par 4 and 1 included: 1st Place, Barb and Jan Vortman captured 1st, less. play day. Good golf all Two Man Team - One Best par 3) for the game gross Crist/Priscilla Piper/Sharon with Donna White and Joan In first place at one under around -- Joanne West won Ball plus Skins. As usual, the score, then subtracted their Russell/Terre Thomas; 2nd Eycher, coming in 2nd, followed par was the team of Gary low gross and Carolyn field was div.ided into two course handicap for the net Place Tina Jeffries/Kathy by Wynnetta Regli and Jenni McClellan, Lynn McClellan Osborne won low net. Nice flights, the White Tee Flight score. Khalar/Scooter Kidwell/Bev Cesarin for a 3rd place. and Loren Lindner. playing ladies. Next up our and the Combo Tee Flight. In The winners were: 1st Low Reynolds; 3rd Place, Enid Ginger chipped in on #5, In second place, also at one Member/Member. the White Tee Flight the Gross - Janie Grosman with Billia/Lynn Staysa/Dee taking home the pot. It was under par and decided by a winners were: Jim 82; 1st Low Net - Cathy Walker/Terry Wolcott; and, wonderful seeing some of our chip-in was the team of Greg Lake Almanor Reynolds/Jim Adams with a Cianciolo with 61; 2rid Low 4th Place, Holly Anderson/ members that had not Stevens, Dave Smuts and Women's Golf score of 61; second was Norm Gross - Darlene Gibaut with Cheryl Brennan/Alaine previously played. A brief club Larry Herzberg. 18 Hole Golf Clubs Miller/Ken Stevenson with a 85 and 2rid Low Net - Laurie Flynn/Linda Scarff. Second meeting followed the game. Closest to the pin was July 8, 2014 score of 62; and, third was Humphries with 63. Flight Net winners included: Most recently, on JulY 9, with awarded to Loren Lindner There were forty golfers Dan Friedman/Bryan No chip ins were scored 1st Place, Garnet Bell/Bev the club's best turnout this and the long drive was won playing a "Whack and Hack Hanson with a score of 63. that day. Donato/Pat Nichols/Mary season, the ladies played a came by Wes Morgan. Game" around LACC's There were five skins Stonebraker; 2nd Place, Kim of"Criers," adjusting three . Monsoonal moisture beautiful course, as teams of awarded, two to Ken Graeagle Meadows Berg/Vichi Brownlee/Becky holes of their choice to a par. . produced only a few fluffy four used the lowest and Stevenson and one each to Women's Golf Club Giannoni/Deidre Wentworth; Even after that, some of them clouds, but no rain and the highest scores on each hole. Norm Miller, Bryan Hansen On July 3, the GMWGC 3rd Place, Michele Barry/ were still crying! In the first heat held offfor a great The first place Whackers and Dan Friedman. played a four-person team Karen Fraser/Renee Gielow/ flight, winners were Donna Wednesday Morning were Kathy Chuchel, Sue In the Combo Tee Flight, game called Green, Red, & Suzi Jensen; and, 4th Place, White (lst), Mary Ashburn (2nd) Scramble at Mt. Huff on July Sutton, Joan Johnson and the winning team was Ralph White Tees Shamble. In this Anne Fronk/Janet Grijalva/ and Wynnetta Regli (3rd). Donna 9. Jean Rolls. Second place Wittick/Jack Cornish with a game, the two best net balls Katy Magliano/Betty White shot an extraordinary In first place at six under went to the team of Gen score of 58, and a second of the foursome counted. Obradovich. Closest to the round of a gross 86. Jenni had a par were team members Tom Davis, Martha Vlahos, place tie between the teams Each team had a different hole honors on over the Birdie on #16, Donna a chip in "" Rogers, Mike Ingle and Dick Madeline Furman and Joan of Bob McIlroy/Ron Halstead player for their blind draw Feather River hole #3 went to: on #14, and Joan D'Angelo a Grace. D'Angelo. Third place paid and Ron Eaton/Jim Bilger based on handicap for the high handicap, 1st place, 40-yard-plus chip-in, also on #14. Our second place team out to Kathy Fuller, Claudine with scores of 59. There were fourth player. The winners Mary Stonebraker.; 2nd place The club welcomes guests came in at three under par Gurney, Nancy Foote and seven skins awarded, three were: 1st place with 109, Aggie Keese; low handicap, and new members. If for the team of Ralph Cote, Sue Hudson. Fourth place to Ralph Wittick, and one Cheryl Brennan/Ellen 1st place, Dottle Hattich; 2rid interested, contact Jenni Jim Bryant and Ron Carter. team was Carol Fara, Jan each to Marv Pierce, Norm Fearing/Maureen Ford; 2rid place Kathy Sipel. Cesarin at rcesarin@ Closest to the pin was Stillwell, Collette Prentke Nichols, John Lighthill and place with 113, Priscilla A big thank you to frontiernet.net or 284-7469. awarded to Ron Carter and a and Karen Griffin. The Fifth Ted Leavitt. Piper/Lo.i Childress/Judy Invitational Chairs Janis To have your golf results and Porep-Lullo; and, 3rd place McCreary and Renee Miller club news included in this with 114, Alaine Flynn/Dee for a great job, as well as to weekly section, email the Alignment important for bun shots Walker/KarenFraser. Carol theirmanyvolunteersfrom informationtosports( / e ' Desmond had the only the Women's and Men's plumasnews.com by Friday chip-in of the day. Clubs, and to local business at 3 p.m. ' Welcome back to the llth ...... discussed in the previous ;:  .............. installment of the Pro's  Pro's Corner, you should be   }$   Corner. This week's lesson able to get out of the bunker is part two of our bunker i,- with ease. series. There are many more tips Remember in the last for how to escape bunkers, edition we discussed the but to get more details you importance of opening the ' PtLO'S CORNER really should see your local clubface to allow the club to RONNIE THEOBALD PGA Professional. bounce rather than dig into Next week we will discuss the sand. This week we will finally your target will be the fairway bunkers and that be working on the middle portion of the "W." will complete the three part ever-important setup and The final step to this setup series on bunkers. Thank alignment of your body. is to f'md the correct ball you for taking the time to Wednesday l, unch Special When discussing placement and weight read this column and I hope alignment I have always distribution. For ball to see you next week! 9 H01es*C* hunch $37.00.18 H01es*Cart* $47.00 preached parallel lines placement, make sure the - ., F,,I Stoea (railroad tracks), but with ball is forward in your Ronnie Theobald is the PGA  ....  PrO Shop the bunker shot you have to stance, similar to that of a Head Golf Professional at aeatals Special Orders learn a new setup. What I driver. Then position 60 Bailey Creek Golf Course in Re-Gripping would like you to picture is percent of your weight on Lake Almanor. To inquire Name Brand "W." your front leg and keep it Clothing essentially a Your body about private lessons or to Sift Cerliflcates will be the left portion of the there throughout the swing, ask him a question, email FootJoy Shoes "W," the clubface will be the If you combine this setup ronnie@baileycreek.com: and Socks right portion of the "W" and with the open clubface we Tltlelst Hats I Stellar 00ship to op,00:ning A ceremonial ribbon grant money from REI, the from the Marin cutting will take place at outdoor gear retail company, County-based Wilderness 11:15 a.m., July 19, at the to complete the project. The Trail Bikes will tag along to trailhead of the Pack Saddle trail is partof a network of help with the major brushing Trail on the crest of northern multiple-use trails that needed on the trail. Sierra County. The Sierra PrOvides connectivity to Those interested in Buttes Trail Stewardship has existing Forest Service attending the ribbon cutting worked on the trail, owned system trails, and who would like to help and cared for by the Sierra Immediately following the out on the work day can get County Land Trust, for the ribbon-cutting, the SBTS will more information at last year. host a work day at the sierratrails.org. The stewardship received Butcher Ranch Trail. A crew