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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 3C f ' F HIGH, GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch Ladies on No. 8! Drinks were on Golf Club Jerry! On Tuesday, Aug. 14, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club had a two-person Golf Club team competition. The modi- The Plumas Pines fled Stableford scoring Women's Golf Club 29th an- method was used. Each team nual Invitational Tourna- was given a certain number ment was held Aug. 6 - 7. of points per hole, depending The theme this year was on what their "better ball" Glitz, Glamour & Games. was on that hole. For exam- The tournament format was ple, a par was scored as "2" One Low Net Ball and One points and a birdie was Low GrossBall per team. scored as "3" points. It was Thanks to the hard work of really a fun way toplay and the Plumas Pines golfprofes- it forced you to keep your sionals, golf shop staff, Long- head in the game! The ulti- board's staff and many vol- mate winners were Sharon unteers, the participants en- Russell and Denise Stein. joyed great golf, a wonderful Congratulations. Happy golf- breakfast and lunch each ing to everyone, day and priceless entertain- ment. Daily first- and sec- Lake Almanor West ond-place teams in each Women's Golf flight received prizes. Today's game was "The Awards were also given for Flag;" players add 72 to their closest to the pin, longest handicap. When they reach drive, most accurate drive, that number in play, they best dressed foursome, horse plant their flag, closest to race and poker run. the clubhouse wins. The combined two,day First flight winner was winning teams were: Monte Kathi Shennan -- she came Carlo Flight: first place, Sue in four strokes under her Snow, Janet Ott, Sherrie score. McGhee and Sandy Goble; Second flight winner was second place, Mary Stone- Charlene Ferguson. braker, Elaine Easterling, Kathy Dunn and Marcia Mt. Huff Wednesday Ziegler; third place, Jackie Morning Scramble Chavez, Sandy Gautschi, The Chips Fire didn't stop Frances Macomber and Bet- the chip-ins, no, not at all. tye Carmichael; fourth The Wednesday Morning place, Susie Davis, Shari Scramble at Mr. Huff Gold Loyd, Linda Morago, Shirley Course Aug. 15 went off just Nakasugi. Las Vegas Flight: fine. first place, Carol~ Benson, In first place was the team Lynda McWilliams, Nanci of Dick Grace, Jerry Hobbs Brieschke, Margot Fulmer; and Greg Stevens. second place, Jackie Luckey, In second place were Don Geri Butterfield, Connie Ra- Christensen, Mike Ingle and heb and Cathy Churchill; Leo Sorosinski. third place, Diane Trainor, Closest to the pin was tak- Marilyn Nichols, Sharon en by Mike Ingle. Rogers and Jan Talbott; There was a three-way tie fourth place, Katy Magliano, for the chip-in contest, with Mary Schultz, Betty Jerry Hobbs, Jerry Quam Obradovich and Priscilla and Ralph Cote doing the Piper. Mandalay Flight: first victory dance, place, Janet Grijalva, Nancy Not to be outdone, Jerry Bartlett, Jeannie Hansen Hobbs stole everyone's thun- and Katherine McKeague; der by scoring a hole-in-one second place, Mary Peters, Playing with style Shirley Nakasugi, Linda Morafa, Susie Davis and Shari Loyd smile in their glittery garb. The four won the Best Dressed Team contest at this year's Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Invitational Tournament held Aug. 6 and 7. Photo submitted Carol Desmond, Cheryl Cro- Taking first place low net 'low net was Sue Taylor withMeadows Clubhouse. foot and Gale Vesco; third was Ellen Fearing with Dee Gall Arterburn taking sec- place, Kathie Khalar, Linda Walker taking second and ond. Lois Childress took To have your golf results and Chappelear, Rosemary JoAnn Lake coming in third, third place low net. club news included in this weekly Campbell and Tina Jeffries; Linda Bilger had the best Following the tournament, section, email the information to fourth place, Beverly Dona- low gross score in the third the members enjoyed a dell- sports@plumasnews.com by Fri- to, Cindy Jurkovich, Aggie flight. Taking first place for cious lunch at the Graeagle day at 3p.m. Keese and Beverly Parry. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club Each year in August, the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club plays a three-day tournament to determine the club champion. On Thurs- day, Aug. 16, Priscilla Piper won the tournament and was named the club champi- on for the 18th time. The runner-up was Kathy Sipel. In the first flight Cheryl Brennan won for best low net score with Bey Reynolds taking second place low net. Debbie Peterson won for low gross in the second flight. How to golf Plumas Pines ASK A GOLF PRO holes of golf with a cart and so pure. Once you get the dinner upstairs at Long- golf ball on to the green, boards Bar and Grill. you'll see the green is very Our chef Sean Conry has true. If it looks like it breaks made just an amazing dining a little then it's going to experience with his culinary break a little. skills. That is what we do as As long as you put a good far as packaging, roll on to it, you are going to In terms of the actual make the putt. And I think course itself, we are known players love that they aren't to be a shot maker's golf going to catch a funny course. You have to hit it bounce or hit a strange slope straight offthe tee and you they don't see. There's no can't always use a driver, trick. It's a very true and It's very strategic. We have very pure golf course. smaller greens that are very That's what makes the fast. course so much fun and at This makes the experi- the same time so challeng- ence quite fun and it's good ing. for all ages, all abilities and all levels of players. Q: What kind of advice Q: What are some of the more challenging aspects of Plumas Pines' course? A: In terms of the golf course it's definitely the nar- rowness off the tee. I think the challenge is for the play- er to be really disciplined. In other words, stand on the tee and realize that it's probably not a hole where they would want to hit their driver. They might love hitting their driver but you really need to be more strategic. That's probably the biggest challenge, if you will, of the golf course. Then you throw in there not only the narrowness but also knowing where to land the golf ball correctly to pro- duce the best second shot. Understanding yardages and differences of certain yardage markers out there really helps to play the golf course better. Good putters play well here because the greens are James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@p[umasnews.com Today's interview is with pro golfer Brandon Bowling. Bowling is the resident golf pro at Plumas Pines Golf Re- sort. He can be reached at 836-1420. Q: What are your favorite aspects of the game of golf?. A: One for me is the one- on-one challenge with the in- dividual player and the golf course. I love how the game has nothing to do with any- thing else except golf. I love that if I'm success- ful and happen to play well it is because I grinded it out on the golf course and really captured my demons, if you will. At the same time, if I didn't play well I can't blame anyone else but myself. I love that. I love that it's really personal and has a lot to do with how much time, effort and work you are will- ing to put into the game it- self to make it either suc- cessful or unsuccessful for the player. Q: What are some high- lights of Plumas Pines? A: Well, we are known for our golf and dinner package in terms of what we have to offer the guest. We have a package that includes 18 would you give someone with a high handicap com- ing to the course? A: We make sure that all of our players are playing from the correct tee. We want to be sure that we have the player's ability matched to the proper set of tees. A higher handicap we would encourage not to play from the blue tees, but rather play from the white tees. We also have combo tees where players can play from white and red tees on certain holes on the course. It makes the game more fun when they play it a little more forward. That is a big one for high- er handicaps, and I don't mean to beat it to death but going back to not always hit- ting drivers out here is very important. Sometimes it's OK to use the driver here, but not every time. Being smart Off the tee makes golf here at Plumas Pines much more enjoyable. Golf Course Locator Map ."o c,oek Diamond Mountain ~) Feather River Inn i SUSANVILLE~. ~) Feather River Park :~::~ /,~k~. Graeagle Meadows HES To :i: "~'i'"'.":: ~) Grizzly Ranch Red~l.Uff/~((? :'/ (~ Lake Almanor ::i Country Club ~,~ ~} Lake Almanor West L,a,:,: @ Mt. Huff :'::: : ""~:" ",e~ GREENVILLE O:NakOma " ", :. l'um Pines Crescent~/~ Mills ~n. : i~) Whitehawk Ranch .