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Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 21, 2010 YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE TO MANY OF THE AREA: S GOLF COURSES. : .... GOLF RESULTS Lake Almanor West Golf Seventeen gals turned out July 15, for Best 9, our choice of front or back, using half- handicap. First flight winners were Jo Knudson in second place and Julie Azevedo in first place. Sally Weller was second in the second flight and Karen DeMoe came in first place. Mt. Huff Third flight winners were Thursday scramble Judy Cooper, second place After a very blustery July and Shirley Friedrichs in 1 scramble where Margie first place. "the Bomb" Joseph won There were five birdies: longest drive, and Lynn Mc- one by Julie Azevedo, two by Clellan won the longest drive Sally Weller and two by on July 8, Milo Beauchman Shirley Friedrichs. That reclaimed the longest drive must be a record for birdies for the men during our very made in one day. Congratula- hot July 15 scramble. Closest tions, gals! to the pin on July 1 was Jer- There were also four chip- ry Quam and, to not be out- ins. One by Julie Azevedo, done, Barbara Quam won it one by Sally Weller and two on the 8, and Darel Joseph by Shirley Friedrichs. Great Whitehawk Ranch Ladies won on the 15. playing! The Whitehawk Ranch . During our July 15 scram- On another note, we would ladies played a two best balls ble (did I mention the heat?) like to invite all women to of four game on Tuesday. there were seven teams and play in our annual open tour- The first place team players the teams of Dick Grace, nament, Mardi Gras Mad- were Chris Hyatt, Judy Mike Ingle, Loren Lindner hess, Thursday, Aug. 12. Miller and Marcia Zeiglerand Ralph Cote tied with Four-person teams will with a combined net score of Richard Mauldin, Paul Ea- compete with the Cha Cha 115. The second place team gan, Wes Morgan and Joe Cha format which is one best consisted of Diane Ackeret, Pogue, and after a final fin- ball on Hole #1, two best Pamela Burke and Laurie ish chip off between Wes balls on Hole #2 and 3 best McKenzie with a combined Morgan and Dick Grace, balls on Hole #3 and then re- net score of 121. Dick Grace's team came in peats throughout the course. The ladies are done with first. In addition, there will betheir first round of match Everyone seems to have a games of skill such as accu- play. The winners of those wonderful time no matter the racy, longest drive (by handi- matches were Patty McNa- weather and we would love cap) and closest to the pin mara, Lynn Smith, Denise to have you join us on Thurs- plus, just for fun, some Stein and CynthiaFaulk. days, Check in is 4:30 p.m., games of luck on a number of Unfortunately, several tee offat 5 p.m. holes, players have had to pull out Also on July 24 we will be The entry fee is $75 and in- of match play, giving three having a full handicap two cludes green fees, cart, players passes to advance to man scramble at 9 a.m. with breakfast, lunch and prizes, round number three.., patty check in at 8:30 p.m. Cost is Entries are due by Aug. 1.McNamara, Lynn Smith and $35. We would love to have You may sign up as a single, Christy Randall will move on you. twosome, threesome or four- to their third matches auto- The course is in great some. Checks should be matically, shape, and if you haven't made payable to LAWWGC Next week will be the ever played here, give us a and mailed to Sharon Auge,LACC Women's Invitational. try, and if it's heema, while, 209 Goog6-Bay View Trail, Genny Davis has planned awe would love for,you:to Chester, CA 96020. If you terrific day with some won- come back. have questions, you may con- derful prizes to be raffled off. LACC Men's Golf tact Sharon at smaandl- Good luck to all the ladies or 259-3497. who will be participating in July 14, the LACC Men's Golf Association played the Hope to see you at the tour- the invitational. Our next Card Game. Four-man teams nament! regular ladies day will be Ju- ly27, and we will be playingwere formed with each play- LACC Women's Golf Cha Cha Cha. er representing either the July 13 spade, heart, diamond, or Tuesday's game was indi- Mt. Huff club. Every hole was also as- vidual net scores and putts. Wednesday morning signed one of the four card Toddy Cutler was the putting scramble suits. The team score was the champ with a total of 29.The weather is warming sum of the player with the Kathy Chuchel, Darlene Don- up, but mornings are stillfeatured card plus the lowest aldson, Kathy Roseler, and great for golf! The July 14 net score. Joyanne Soderholm all hadWednesday morning scram- First place honors went to chip-ins! Nice going, ladies! ble at Mt. Huff Golf Course the team of Russ Brown, Jim With all of the day's ties, gave us the first place win- Drake, Dennis Porter and A1 more than half of the field ning team of John Hackett, Shuler with a score of 123. Cornish, Jan Talbott, and Zunino, and Diane Trainor. won. Congratulations to all Randy Jenninga and Bob Second place was won by Jennifer Zumbro placed 3rd, our winners! In the first McElman. Rob Hicks, Rich Moore, Lar- 4th, and 5th places respec- Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf flight, Martha Herr came in In second place were Philry Prentke, and Bob Roseler tively. Last Thursday the Graea- first place, Madeline Furman Rodgers, Rall h Cote, Dick at 124. All of the competing ladies gle Meadows Women's Golf in second, Dana Seandel in GraceandA1Brubaker. John De Jong, Barry Don: should be commended for Club played.a game called third, Darlene Donaldson in Chip-in was won by Bob aldson, Henry Spencer and a participating in this event "Sharon's Pick," a four-per- fourth, and a five-way tie for McElman and there was no blind draw came in third during a very busy (and hot) son team game. To achieve fifth place among Kathy winner for the Closest to the with a 128. time of the year! their score the team used one Chuchel, Toddy Cutler, Pat Pin Competition. Fourth place was held by Those not competing in thegross score, one net score, Drake, Judy Honsaker, and Jerry Browning, Rick Fields, handicap tournament playedand one putt on each hole. Tr dyLeete. Chuck Johnson, and Jim a game of low gross/low net Each score had to be from a In the second flight, Bar- Maurer at 129. And Matt and the results of the entire different player. bara Marquardt came in first Chuchel, Nolan Gamble, field for that day were as fol- Taking first place with a place, Betsy Steen second, Nate Ryan, and Daryl lows: Inthefirst flight, Renee total score of 166 was the Joyanne Soderholm third, Schmidt with a 132 came in Walker won Low Gross, Nan- team of Donna Swanson, Doris Kaiser and Karen fifth, cy Bartlett won firs Low Net, Wanda Wideriksen, Alain Schmidt tied for fourth place CongratulationS to all. and Scooter Kidwell won sec- Flynn, and Jody Lindroth. and Ruth Gibbs and Kathy ond Low Net. In flight two, Coming in second with a Roseler tied for fifth place. Plumas Pines Mary Stonebraker won Low score of 176 was the team of In the third flight, Carol Women's Golf Gross, Cathy Knight won Jackie Luckey, Carolyn Parish came in first place, Tuesday, July 13, was thefirst Low Net, and Jan Tal- Zellers, Janie Grosman, and Madeleine Protsman, second culmination round of the bott won second Low Net, EstherRimbault. and Claudine Gurney third Handicap Tournament at and in flight three, Jan CaroleJenny, Ann Pratt, and place. Plumas Pines. After an in- Pierce won Low Gross, MarySusie Wiese had chip-ins. tense three-day event, Nancy Blaylo k Won first Low Net, Bartlett came away the win- and Jennifer Zumbro won To have your golf club in- ner with the lowest net score second Low Net. cluded in the weekly results, combining all ,hree days. There were five chip-ins email the information to Congratulations, Nancy! this date made by Janie or Coming in close second Grossman, Renee Walker, fax it to 283-3952 by Fridayat was Kathy Knight. Lorraine Mary Stonebraker, Toni 3p.m. CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS Aug. 21 A benefit golf tournament for Jedidiah Lusk will be held Saturday, August 21, at Mt. Huff Golf Course. The tournament is spon- sored by employees of the Plumas County Sheriffs Of- fice, and all proceeds will be donated to the Lusk family. The two-person, best-ball scramble will begin at 9 a.m., availability. with registration beginning Space is limited, so RSVP at 8 a.m. by calling Mt. Huff at 284- There will be longest-drive 6204 or Sgt. Todd Johns at ar/d closest-to-the-pin con- 283-6392. tests, as well as a prize draw- ing and barbecue lunch. To have a charitable golf The cost of the tournament tournament listed on this cal- ls $55 per player, or $15endar, email the information for lunch only. Carts areto not included, so call foror fax it to 283-3952. The winners of the Plumas Pines Women's Club Handicap Tournament were, from left: Kathy Knight, second place; Nancy Bartlett, first place; Lorraine Cornish, third place; and Jan Talbott, fourth place. Photo submitted PLUMAS PINES GOLF RESORT TWlLITE SPECIAL 2:00 pm $45 Monday-Friday Includes cart Mention this ad For Tee Times & Information: 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, California i: ,!