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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010 3C : cou- iiL Plumas Pines Women&apos;s Golf Results On Tuesday, Aug. 10, Plumas Pines ladies played the game of Odd or Even. Players chose either all odd holes or all even holes at the end of their round, added up their scores and deducted half of their handicap. Eighteen players compet- ed in 3 flights. Chip-ins were also awarded and three were made, by Cathy Cianciolo, Connie Raheb, and Sally Heskett. In the First Flight, Scooter Kidwell took first place, second place went to Janet Holladay, and third place went to Jeannine Mc- Donald. In the Second Flight, Cathy Cianciolo won first place, Pat Nichols won second, and Jan Pierce won third. In the Third Flight, Mary Blaylock took first, Carole Benson second, and Shirley Agnos third. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On Thursday, Aug. 12, the members of the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club completed the third round of their annual Club 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 Sheriff's Of- rice, and all proceeds will be donated to the Lusk family. The two-person, best-ball scramble will begin at 9 a.m., with registration be- ginning at 8 a.m. There will be longest-dri- ve and closest-to-the-pin contests, as well as a prize drawing and barbecue lunch. The cost of the tourna- ment is $55 per player, or $15 for lunch only. Carts are not included, so call for availability. Space is limited, so RSVP by calling Mt. Huff at 284- 6204 or Sgt: Todd Johns at 283-6392. Oct. 7 The Eastern Plumas Health Care Foundation's annual golf tournament is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 7, at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. A shotgun start is sched- uled for 11 a.m., and hor d'oeuvres and a silent auc- tion will follow golf at 5 p.m. For more information, contact Tiffany Williams at twilliams@ephc.org or 832- 6564. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this calendar, email the informa- tion to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952. Che, 0 GOLF RESULTS Championship tournament. For the sixteenth time Priscilla Piper is the winner with a score of 259 for the three rounds. The runner-up was Carol Miller with a score of 286. In the first flight Bey Reynolds had the lowest gross with a score of 293. Ann Pratt had the first place low net with a score of 219. In second place with a score of 225 was Dink Rife. The second flight winner for low gross was Lois Childress. Her score was 319, First place low net was won by Dee Walker with a score of 217. Esther Rimbault came in second with a score of 222. Following the tournament members enjoyed lunch at the Graeagle Meadows Club- house. Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Whitehawk Ranch ladies were challenged to shoot their best low net scores against their pro's low gross score in a "Beat The Pro" contest last Tuesday. And play well they did... 13 of the 17 ladies who played that day "Beat Their Pro"! Christy Randall shot an amazing 64 low net to take first place, followed by a tie for second at 66 between Pat- ty McNamara & Arline Simpson and Jill Zumwalt placed third with a net 67. Our pro, Van Batchelder, shot a smooth 73 that day, including a beautiful eagle on the par 5 15th hole. The lady golfers were able to place their bets before the round, anywhere between $5 and $100, doubling their money as pro shop credit if they beat their pro.., there's going to be a lot of shopping going on now in the White- ]i hawk Ranch pro shop! Match play continued : with Christy Randall and HESTER' Marcia Ziegler squaring off  To :.i! ," .::i for a slot in the semi-finals. Redilgff-"'".:ili.._...:: After 18 holes of hard fought ::i] { and close play, Marcia Zei- gler won the match on hole i:,,:: #18 and will now face Patty ,i i McNamara... the winner of that match advancing to the i finals against Lynn Smith. il Mt Huff The Aug. 12 Thursday Night Scramble was a hotly contested event. We had six teams, three coming in at 4 under which did them no good. For second place the team of Lynn and Gary Mc- Clellan, Greg Stevens and Chuck Thrall came in at 6 under, and David Smuts, Casey Kingdon, Jim Bryant and Ron Ridge took first at seven under. Dave "the Crusher" Smuts came closest to the hole and Paul "Prime Rib" Eagan had the longest drive. We will continue our scrambles until at least Sept. 30, weather permit- ting, so it's still not too late to come out and join us for a great evening. The ladies "Bye, Bye Birdies" are still meeting at 9 a.m. on Tuesdays, all are invited. The course is in great shape and everyone has a super time, hope to see you there. To have your golf club in- cluded in the weekly results, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3p.m. Grizzly Ranch Golf Club LIMITED PUBLIC PLAY Please Call s: 530.832-4200 Monday - Thursday: 9 holes s20, 18 holes s30 Friday - Sunday: 9 holes s25, 18 holes $35 Juniors: 9 holes H5, 18 holes $25 Pull cart rental: add $5 INN 836-1253 65899 Highway 70, Blairsden-Graeagle ,G,31f Course Locator Map e Bailey Creek ) Diamond Mountain ) Feather River Inn  Feather River Park () Graeagle Meadows ) Grizzly Ranch ) Lake Almanor Country Club Lake Almanor West ML Huff CrescentL. Mills ,:: ': Ranch ....... :.:o' ............. "', " ........ "'" ..- exC" '- ..... , .'" zC% @ .. " :. [,a. I,'re/chman ii ."  . : .--.-" IJUINCY , "'" i ....... ..'" e, .'" "', :ii: :. ii .... % : mw dt_Po,rLa to il :::::!i .iF "<::::" ::::% :: ,,:=:::**:z:.::3:::::::::*::*::::>3*::::*::i:: H ?':::iiii 3 ,::3!!::: :*::!::::H .... TWILITE SPECIAL Includes cart Mention this ad For Tee Times & Information: I 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, California MT HUFF GOLF COURSE HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS [ 4528 yards Par 66 ii ii ii 3 CLUB TOURNEY: " Sun., Aug. 22 2pm (one club must be a putter) =25 per person (cart not included) SENIOR DAYS Tues. & Thurs. 25% OFF Golf a Food THURSDAY NIGHT SCRAMBLE Check-in: 4:30pro * T-time: 5pro Private Golf Instruction with Golf Pro Steve Ross Member NCGA * Lunch menu I RV park guests receive a golf special/ ] Tee times recommended Open Daily 8am-6pm (weather permitting) 284-6204 GOLF- CART- LUNCH* *Tacos / Burritos or Sandwich 9 Holes = $35 18 Holes = $45 TWO FOR TUESDAY 9 Holes = $40 18 Holes = $70 EARLY BIRD SPECIAL 7am-9am, 9 Holes w/cart = $25 Twilight begins 3pm ALMA00OR WEST G 0 L F C O U R S E 530-259-4555