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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter. Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012 3C ++ ' : OL IGH' :i i C o GOLF RESULTS LACC Women's 18-hole Mt. Huff Wednesday Morn- held Tuesday, Aug. 28. Happy The club's three-day handi- Gary Metzdorf squeezed theClosest to the pin was ,Jason Group hag Scramble golfing, cap tournament is complete, closest to the pin win away Stead, while Mat1 Purdy On July 31, the LACC Smoke? We can still see the First place Went to Cathy from Zach Wood by a few slammed it for the longest drwe+ Women's 18-hole golf group ball! The Wednesday morning 9 T Niners, Lake Almanor Cianciolo (227) and second to inches. After a chip-off between played a game of Criers. Here scramble at Mt. Huff Golf Country Club Nancy Bartlett (227) after a First place went to the team four teams, the team of Dick are the results. Course was undaunted. On Aug. 2, it was Bargain playoff; third was Renee of Mike and Cheryl Ingle, sec- Grace, Butch Back, Gary M( First flight: first place, First place team members Day Golf (pick the golf hole Walker (230); fourth was Jack- ond to Gary and Carol Metz- Clellan and Dave Smuts came Kathy Chuchel; second place, Robert Turcotte, Jerry Quam you wantto count aspar), ie Luckey (235); fifth wasdoff, third to Dan Rooney and in first and second place went Mary Ann Broderick, Dana and Greg Stevens carried off Everyone picked the first Mary Stonebraker (240). Gary Hughes, and fourth toto Dan, Matt, Dave and Bob Seandel, Carol Lunsford. the honors, hole, not much of a surprise. Mt. Huff Sunday Scramble Ruth and Bill McRoberts. The Purdy-- a real family affair. Second flight: first place, In second place was the Next time we'll just call the On Sunday, July 29, Mt. format was great fun and we Hope to see you all next Colette Prentke; second place, team of Barbara Quam, Darel game day "first hole can be Huff Golf Club held the plan to have something simi- week, you can get the scram- Jan Reese: third place, Jude Joseph and Jim Bryant. counted as a par." Biggest Little Two Man lar in September. ble in and still make time for Morsel. A three-way tie for the chip- We will expect a great Scramble in the world. It was the fair. Our new phone num in contest brought Mike Ingle, turnout, a hotly fought round with a Mt. Huff Thursday Scramblebet is 284-6300. Ralph Cote and Greg Stevens Susan Williams, winning great time had by all. Thursday Night Scramble into a win. everything before her handicap Closest to the pin was wondrops, took first with a net 30. Ron Ridge had a hole-in-one was great, even as the ashTo have your golf results and by Bill McRoberts. Jones Jo was in second on No. 8; unfortunately that rained down on our heads, club news included in this wasn't the closest to the pin Loren mixed everyone up weekly section, email the infor- place with a 32. There was a four-way tie at hole, but many did enjoy the pretty well and we all got to marion to sports@plumas free beer. know some new people, by Friday at 3p.m. 33 for third place: Sheri Sinn, Ann Bakey, Linda Rawson and Bonnie Lamb. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On Thursday, July 26, the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club played another round of their Ace of Aces Whitehawk Ranch Ladies competition. The low gross Golf Club qualifier this week was Kathy On Tuesday, July 31, the Sipel with Dee Walker win- Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf ning for low net. In the first Club played a version of "6-6- flight, Priscilla Piper won for 6" called "1-2-1." The game low gross. Kathy Sipel and consisted of one team mem- Cheryl Brennan tied for first ber's best ball on holes one place low net. Debbie Peter- through six, two team mem- son won for low gross in the bets' best balls on holes seven second flight with Dee Walker through 12, and one team taking first place low net and member's best ball on holes 13 Ann Pratt coming in second. - 18. The winners were Chris In the third flight Karen Hyatt and Laurie McKenzie, Fraser won for low gross. Low along with a blind draw. Lau- net was won by Lois Childress rie McKenzie also "birdied" with Lorraine Cornish taking hole No. 1 with a chip-in that second place. Sue Taylor took qualified her to win the "chip- first p!ace low gross in the in pot" worth $16. Don't spend fourth flight. Gall Arterburn it all in one place, Laurie! We won first place low net with are counting on August to be Maureen Ford taking second a great month for golf at place low net. The next Ace of Whitehawk Ranch, especially Aces qualifier will take place in our fun annual "Cowgirl Aug. 30 Classic" Tournament to be Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club The Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club played another Cap-- tain's Cup qualifying round Tuesday, July 31. The quali- fiers were low gross, Annie Meyer; low net, Jan Pierce and Lorraine Cornish (tied). The winners over the rest of the field were: Flight 1: low gross, Renee Walker; low net, Jackie Luck- ey; low putts, Cathy Cianciolo (won tie-breaker in a three- way tie with 34 putts). Flight 2: low gross, Jennifer Zumbro; low net, Janet Grijal- va; low putts, Patty Rohman (33 putts). 2; ASK A GOLF PRO James Wilson Sports Reporter Today's Q & A is with Ron- nie Theobald. Theobald is the golf pro at Bailey Creek Golf Course. Q: What are some of the highlights of the Bailey Creek Golf Course? A: It's the only 18-hole golf course at Lake Almanor. Our fairways are among not that long of a hole. You some of the best in the north can easily get there by hit- state. It's a relaxing, atmos- ting a 3 wood and you'll be in phere and just a fun golf a lot better spot off your tee course to play. The layout is shot. very enjoyable for players of Q: What advice would you all levels, give someone with a high Q: What is personally your handicap before coming to favorite hole? Bailey Creek? A: My favorite hole is A: If you're a high handi- number 12. Number 12 is a cap golfer coming to Bailey par 4 dogleg left that heads Creek make sure you play out towards Dyer Mountain. the right tee box to be able to It's got a narrow chute to hit enjoy the round. A lot of for the tee shot and it's just a golfers go back to the wrong challenging and fun hole. tee box and it makes it a lot Q: Do you have any tips more difficult for them, for navigating that hole? rather than having an easie A: It's great for people that time with their tee shots. Of like to play draw, but the course a little shorter is al- best tip is that you do not ways a lot nicer for most have to hit with a driver. It's golfers. Golf Course Locator Map +.r2 ~ C- ESTER ~t , ,". +~ SUSANVILLE~. U """ 'Luteiope LM, + GREENVILLE :-+,- Crescent~ ~) Bailey Creek ~) Diamond Mountain ~) Feather River Inn ~ Feather River Park (~ Graeagle Meadows (~) Grizzly Ranch (~ Lake Almanor Country Club (~ Lake Almanor West ~(~) Mt. Huff ~]~ Nakoma Plumas Pines Whitehawk Ranch To Chico QUINCY i GOLF COURSES Graeagle 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 Phone: 259-2868 Food: Grill Phone: 284-6300 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 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 " 2~Peoph for 18 Diamond Mtn. Number of holes: 18 Par: 72 Food: Grill Phone: 257-2520 Mt. Huff Number of holes: 9 Par: 33 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 w/cart !OO and Lunch $49.00 1 1ST ANNUAL AMERICAN HEROES GOLF TOURNAMENT Saturday, AugUst 25 Nakoma Golf Resort, Home of the Dragon This first annual tournament will raise funds for the Armed Forces Foundation, a U.S. Department of Defense supported 501c(3) non-profit that raises funds for our fighting forces in need of assistance after their return from service. $175 Individual Entry Fee Includes: 18 hole scramble format, box lunch, buffet dinner, raffle prizes Raffle Grand Prize: Free Golf Privileges at the Dragon Golf Course for the 2013 Season For more information contact: Berger Benson, Tournament Chair 530-832-0888 Email: