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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 18, 2012 3C C , 1 .... HIGH OUNT:F',Y GOLF GOLF RESULTS b i!i/iii iiii!i!Ji!! Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club On Monday evening, July 9, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club had a Mexi- can-themed cocktail "Pair- ings Party" for the Member- Member Tournament to be held Tuesday, July 10. Mem- ber Marcia Zeigler gracious- ly hosted this fun event on her beautiful deck overlook- ing the golf course -- thank you, Marcia! The teams were drawn randomly, pairing a lower and higher handicap player for Tuesday's tourney. Vir- ginia Luhring did a wonder- ful job as master of cere- monies! We had 22 partici- pants with each team record- ing their best gross and best net score on each hole. The winners were as fol- lows: first gross, Laurie McKenzie and Pare Cum- mings; first net, Sharon Rus- sell and Jean Haaf. Second gross, Patty McNamara and Mary Ann Crowe; second net, Denise Stein and Patsy Purvis. Third gross, Cassie McNamara and Jody Arens; third net, Chris Hyatt and Ginny Kylberg. The lively event was topped off with a wonderful Mexican feast prepared by Shirley and her capable staff. (Marcie, the enchiladas were "out of this world!") Thanks also go to head pro Tad McCormick and his right-hand man, as- sistant pro Jason Butler, for running the event. Happy golfing... Lake Almanor Women's Golf Club July 12 was our first game of July. So we played "Low Net & Low Putts." The first flight winners were: first place - Carolyn Willhoit with a 69; second place - Kathi Shennan with a 69 (tie was broken using score on the back nine); third place - Carol Regimbal with a 73. The second flight winners were: first place - Charlene Ferguson with a 72; second place - Judy Cooper with a 74; third place - Shirley Friedrichs with a 74 (tie bro- ken using score from the back nine). Lori Sinclair won the low putts prize money with a low of 29. Judy Cooper won the chip- in pot with a on the fifth hole. We had three birdies: Car- olyn Willhoit on the 12th, Carol Regimbal on the 15th and Julia Azevedo, also on the 15th. Mt. Huff Thursday Night Scramble Mt. Huff had another out- standing turnout for its Thursday Night Scramble. They fielded nine teams for a full house and there was just enough breeze to cool things off and heat up the golf. Ruth and Bill McRoberts and Greg Stevens came in first at 5 under; Wes Mor- gan, Dave Boyes, Bob McI1- roy and Loren Lindner came in second with 4 under. Af- ter a chip-off the team of Joltin Joe Ferguson, Dave Sims and Jerry and Barbara Quam came in third with 3 under. Tree Topper Dave Sims came closest to the pin, and Auston "I finally hit a straight one" Linford had the longest drive. Summer is almost half Ask a golf professional Four questions for Bill Womeldorf James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews ,corn Bill Womeldorf took the position as the golf pro at Lake Almanor West Golf course at the beginning of the year. He can be. reached at 259-5545 by those interest- ed in private lessons. Q: What did you do before settling in Plumas County? A: Well, I grew up in the Redding area and I worked at the Lake Almanor Country Club. I just love the area. Q: What would you say is the game of golf's greatest asset? A: I would say it's the chance to have a lot of fun with people you know and the chance to meet new peo- ple that enjoy the same things you do. Q: Which is your favorite hole on Lake Almanor West golf course? A: I like hole number three. It's a par 3 over the water and when the wind is blowing it's pretty challeng- ing for most of our players and the guests as well. Q: On a scale of one to 10, how would you rate the diffi- culty of the course? A: I would say a good sol- id 8-1/2 to nine, because most people come up and they see that we're a nine- hole golf course and not ex- tremely long. They think they're going to tear it apart and it doesn't seem to hap- pen very often. over and if you haven't made the scramble it is about time. Check-in is 4:30 and tee-off is at 5. We would love to have you. Come alone or bring a group of friends; you will have a great time. Call 284-6300 for information about golf, lunch and RV spots. Hope to see you there. Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble With the Fourth of July festivities passed, the Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scrambleresumed July llth! It was a lucky 7/11 for our two winning teams! In first place stood the team of John Hackett, Greg Stevens and Darel Joseph. Close second brought Gary Metzdorf. Dick Grace and Ted Trafton to recogni- tion. Closest to the pin honor was taken by John Hackett. There was no chip-in this week. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, July 10, the Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club played a game known as 12 Holes: four par 4s (identified prior to play), four par 3s and four par 5s. It was a fun game and the win- ners were as follows: first flight, low gross - Renee Walker, low net - Beverly Parry, second low net - Nan- cy Bartlett; second flight, low gross - Lorraine Cor- nish, low net (tie) - Jan Pierce and Connie Raheb. Chip-ins for the day were scored by Renee Walker, Janet Grijalva and Pat Nichols. LACC 9 T Niners Golf A full field of 36 golfers competed at the morning shotgun event. A Winner Takes All com- petition was the game of the week. Winning low net: Mary Carleton. Winning low putts: Jo Jones. LACC 18 Holers On July 10 the LACC 18 Holers played a game of NETS and PUTTS, here are the results: First flight: first place, Lee Hunter; second, Linda John- son and Cathy Chuchel; fourth, Dana Seandel; fifth. Trudi Leete. Second flight: first, Bar- bara Marquardt and Jude Morse; third, Gennyu Davis; fourth, Martha Vlahos; fifth, Sandy Feeney, Carol Lunsford, Jill Dalton. Third flight: first, Made- line Protsman, Collette Prentke, Jean Rolls; fourth, Meg Eaton; fifth. Doris Kaiser, Evelyn Rodriquez, Angle Gamble, Claudine Gurney. Winner of putts: Margie Stephenson. Evelyn Ro- driquez. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Fri- day at 3 p.m Golf Course Locator Map $ Bailey Creek ) Diamond Mountain CHESTER . To  -,:. :.? RedB!uff i:. , . To Chico - .. ;. SUSANVILLE GREENVILLE Crescent .,,,., Mills  ..... " i@ ..... () Feather River Inn q Feather River Park () Graeagle Meadows () Grizzly Ranch ) Lake Almanor Country Club ) Lake Almanor West ( Mt. Huff ( Nakoma ( Plumas Pines Whitehawk Ranch QUINCY .... " ......... To Reno GOLF COURSES Graeag!e 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 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 Resort 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 Phone: 259-2868 Bailey Creek Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Grill Phone: 259-GOLF Dragon at Nakoma Golf Resort Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Snack bar, restaurant 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