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Wednesday, July 28, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Record, Reporter GOLF RESULTS Plumas Pines team of Jody Lindroth, Lor- Couples Championship raine Cornish, Jennifer Zum- On July 18, the 5th Annual bro, and Mary Blaylock. Plumas Pines Couples Cham- They won with a total best pionship was held with 28 ball score of 62. Janie Gros- people competing. To quali- man had the only chip-in of fy, players needed to be the day to win the chip-in members of the Men's and money. Women's Golf Clubs. The format, "In The Box" re- Lake Almanor West Golf quired teams to count one This week's game was T's best ball on the par fours, and S's. Holes beginning both balls on the par threes, with T or S were counted and alternating partners on with 1/2 handicap. Fourteen the par fives, gals played. Third flight win- In the first, or Mohawk nets were Barbara Grams in Flight, first place winners first place and Carolyn Sop- were Hunt and Janet Holla- er in second place. day with a score of 73. Sec- Faunie Menke won first ond was the team of John place in the second flight, and Scooter Kidwell with a with Karen De Moe in sec- score of 75. In third place ond place. First flight win- with a score of 78 was the ners were Linda Kluge, first team of Brad Miller and place and Julie Azevedo in Kathy Sipel, and in fourth second place. Next week's place was Steve Munsen and game will be Las Vegas Ami- Shirley Agnos who scored gos. Linda Kluge had a 80. birdie on hole #9. Start time In the second, or Madora will again be 8:30 a.m. with Flight, after a tie and a card- check-in at 8 a.m. There is off, first place went to the still time to sign up for the team of Jack and Sally Hes- MARDI GRAS MADNESS kett who scored 80. They tied Tournament to be held on with the team of Ron and August 12. Jennifer Zumbro who then Cost is $75 which includes came in second. In third breakfast, lunch, green fees place, Randy and Katy and prizes. You may sign up Magliano placed with a score as a foursome, threesome, of 85. twosome or single. Following golf, everyone enjoyed dinner and awards at Longboards Bar & Grill. The names of the first place winners were added to the perpetual trophy on display in the pro shop. The winners of the fifth annual Plumas Pines Couples Championship are pictured, from left: Jack and Sally Heskett, who won the Madora (second) Flight, and Janet and Hunt Holladay, winners of the Mohawk (first) Flight. played an individual net game called "Mutt and Jeff' last week. All par 3s and 5s counted toward the game and just two random par 4s the pro shop selected. We had a tie for first/second be- tween Ginny Kylberg and Mt. Huff Golf Marcia Zeigler with a net 32 Another hot one, but the and a three-way tie for golfers turned out in force third/fourth between Della for the Mr. Huff WednesdayMiller, Pamela Burke and Morning Scramble. Chris Hyatt with a net 34. A1- Two teams tied for first so, Della Miller had a net place: double eagle and 4 of the Plumas Pines Womens Team l-A: John Hackett, Whitehawk ladies chipped in Club Results Nolan Bussey, Robert Tur- during the Mutt and Jeff "Sucker In The Bucket" cotte and Jordan Townsend;game. was the game of the day on Team l-B: Don Sheffield, Whitehawk's Ace of Aces Tuesday, July 20. This is a Randy Jennings, Ralph Cote, competition continued as fun game where a foursome and Dick Grace. well, with Marcia Zeigler selects the best net ball on In second place were Gary winning low gross with a their first hole, on the second Hughes, Dick Olsen, Steve round of 76 and Arline Simp- hole, selects the best ball out Ross and Steve Nicholson. son winning low net with a of the remaining 3 players, Closest to the pin was wonround of 65. the third hold, selects the by BobMcElman. best ball from the remaining There was not chip-in win-To have your golf club in- 2 players, and on the fourth ner. cluded in the weekly results, hole, the remaining player is email the information to the "sucker in the bucket!" Whitehawk Ranch Only one team was awarded Ladies Golf Club or prize money and that was the The Whitehawk ladies fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3p.m. Featured course Lake Almanor West Golf Course offers a fun option for golfers who want to get off the beaten path. The nine-hole, par 72 course measures 6,318 yards. 402 For Tee Times & Information: 530-836-1420 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, California ...... . i i