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uuiletm, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 23, 2014 13B GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Tournament Under a blazing hot July sun, a large group of golfers turned out for the Mt. Huff Two-Person Best Ball Tournament that was held on July 12. After a I p.m. tee-off in 96-degree weather, three teams scored prize money. First place prize winners were Gary Metzdorf and Tom Rogers, who were smokin' hot to say the least! Second place recognition went to the red-hot combo of Mike Ingle and Dick Grace. In third place came the toasty duo of David Smuts and John Bowen. Old Beezlebub didn't show up for the competition because he thought it was too hot! Hot fun'in the summertime July 16th was still a scorcher, but five two-man teams played in the Wednesday Morning Scramble. Two teams tied for first place and a chip-off determined the winner. In first place was the duo of Ron Christensen and Ted Trafton. The chip-off put the second place duet of Jeff Stevens and Tom Rogers in the standing. Thursday evening's scramble on July 17th was well-attended and as the evening progressed, it cooled off nicely. The competition stayed hot, however with two teams coming in at five under par. Once more, a chip-off determined the winner. In first place was the team of David Smuts, John Bowel, and Margie Joseaph. Second place went to Dick Grace, Carol M6tzdorf and Gary Metzdorf. Closest to the pin was awarded to David Smuts and the longest drive designation went Margie Joseph. Whitehawk Ladies Golf Results On Monday, June 13, in the early evening, the ladies at Whitehawk gathered at Jenine Fraser's lovely home to do pairings for the member/member tournament. After eating a variety of goodies, the tournament chair had people drawing names out of the bag for the pairings. Tuesday we all hit the links hoping to win. The overall low gross winning team was JoAnn West and Katie Magliano. Placing second was Patsy Purvis and Nancy Johnson. Third-place went to Diane Romig and Marcia Zeigler. The overall low net team was Pam Cummings and Jenine Fraser, followed by the team of Denise Stein and Lynn Smith. Taking third was Ann Verutti and Toni Dick. from there until the ball is Following play we had a holed. This format picnic under the trees, sometimes makes for some Marcy and staff did a great interesting conversation job with the food. Everyone, between the partners -- winner or not, have a fun usually a married couple. day. There were seven teams competing in the White/Red Plumas Pines Tee Standard Division. The Women's Golf Club winning team in this On Tuesday, July 15, Division was Jim and Bev Plumas Pines Women's Golf Reynolds with a score of 64, Club played Triple Three. second was Dan and Holly The players totaled their Anderson with a score of 68. best 3 par 5's; 3 best par 4's In the Combo Division and 3 best~ar 3's, then there were 16 teams. The deducted half their handicap winners were Woody and for the net score. Renee Miller with a score The winners were: 1st of 59; second was Mary and place - Scooter Kidwell with Jan Pierce with 64; third 29; 2nd place - Mary was a tie between Jim and Stonebraker (in card off) Cheryl Brennan, Dennis with 29.5; 3rd place - Connie and Alaine Flynn and Ron Raheb (in card off) with 29.5; Eaton and Dee Walker with 4th place - Jan Anderson scores of 66. with 30 and 5th place - Renee Walker with 31. GMGA Sierra Nevada Nancy Bartlett scored the Travel Cup Team only chip in of the day. On Tuesday, July 8, the match between the GMGA Graeagle Men's Golf Travel Team and the DM Association (GMGA) Travel Team was competed Jack & Jill Tournament at Graeagle Meadows. The The GMGA held their result was a 27.5 to 17.5 win annual Jack & Jill Couples' for the GMGA team. On Tournament on Wednesday, Tuesday, JulY 15, the match July 16. The format for this was competed at DM. The tournament is Chapman result was a win for the DM Scotch. Under this format, team 24.5 to 20.5. The final each player tees off from result for the two matches their assigned tee, then each was the GMGA team wins 48 player plays' a ball from the to 42. Playing for the GMGA position where their, team were Dan Anderson, partner's tee shot came to Ron Eaton, Dick Eck, Dennis rest. After each has played Flynn, George Fraser, Mike their second shot, the best Gibson, Chuck Gielow, shot is selected and the Winston Giles, Bryan person who did not hit to Hansen, Norm Nichols, that position plays the next Chuck Pratt, John Sciborski shot, and it is alternate shot and Captain Ken Stevenson. J ~ Two Local Technicians ,~ "- ~.~ ~ *. Copiers & Fax Machines ~ ~. ,: i Laser Printers FROM SHARP MINDS i!ii~ COME SHARP PRODUCI'STM New or Refurbished (888) 447r2679 (530),2B4-11!2 Fax: (530) 284-1102 101 Pine St.iGreenville : Serving Plumas, Lassen, Sierra & Modoc Counties "RVs Wanted. If I Can't Sell It Fast. I'1! 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[] Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On Thursday, July 17, the GMWGC played a Big Sister - Little Sister tournament, in which the lower handicap partner played from the red tees, and the higher handicap partner played from the red/green combo tees. The net better ball of the twosome counted as the team score on each hole. In the First Flight, 1st place, Janie Grosman/Diane Forsberg (60); 2nd place was a tie between Gall Nelson/Lois Childress and Priscilla Piper/Renee Gielow, both teams with 66. In the Second Flight, 1st place, Dee Walker/Karen Fraser (63), 2nd place, Bev Reynolds/Lorraine Cornish (66), and 3rd place, Suzie Wiese/Donna Swanson (67). Chip-ins were made by Diane Forsberg, Pat Grew and Karen Linde. After play, Chef Scotty surprised the players with a gourmet bread pudding with special sauce. Congratulations winners! 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. Winning pair JoAnn West and Katie Magliano prove the winning pair at the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club member/member tournament June 13. Photo submitted Chain Saw Work Piling & Burning, Machine Brushing Certified Hand Crews First 100" Defensible Space Yard Raking, Gutter Cleaning, etc. I