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l llllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllll Ullllllll II1[1111 illllllllllllllllll 2C Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Strengthen your core to create more power hill towards Johnsville as far as he can, then back down home. He inflicts this upon himself until he even- tually makes it to Johnsville and back. That hardcore dedication GOLF PROSE gives him strong legs and MARC TERRY endurance, and strong legs give him rotational power In my last article I wrote in his golf swing, although a that strengthening your legs little more wrist hinge and core muscles adds pow- would go a long way. er to your golf game. Now Lundy is also an excellent that you've been strengthen- putter, especially on the ing your core, here is how to short putts. He always putts get more power by maximiz- out everything - no gimmies ing your rotational power for him. He is a straight and therefore your centrifu- shooter who plays by the gal force, also known as rules and finishes what he club head speed, starts. Since your time and my Now why he wants to be a article space are limited, Plumas County supervisor, let's keep this simple.I just can't figure that one Swinging a golf club is the out. It's probably that insan- same action used to throw a ity gene swimming aroun& rock sidearm, hit a lowthe family gene pool that pitch in baseball or a top- makes some people do spin forehand in tennis, things like run uphill, play In this basic athletic mo- golf and want to be our su- tion, you create power by pervisor. Oh well, I believe rotating your upper body miracles happen on and off over your lower body to coil the golf course all the time. the legs and core while hing- Good luck, Dick. ing your wrists to create Speaking of miracles, my leverage, a huge power mul- annual three-day junior tiplier. Then you use that clinic was a huge success, coil to shift and turn onto primarily due to the Graea- your front leg, creating cen- gle Meadows Women's Club trifugal force which releases volunteers who bought and the wrist hinge, cooked the lunches; the Like a whip, the bottomGraeagle Meadows Men's moves first and the energy Club who donated the mon- moves through the whip un- ey for the food; the chaper- til the end snaps due to the ones (parents and grandpar- energy generated by moving ents) who took the kids out the core. each day for nine holes, and Go throw some rocks, take of course the juniors -- one some baseball swings or hit of the best group of 21 ju- a few forehands, noticing niors i,ve.ever ,had the plea- how you coil onto your back sure to tell what t0 do and leg, then shift and uncoil on- Where to go for three days. to your front leg, with your Here's a special thank you arms extending and wrists to the men's club for spon- releasing last, due to the soring four local juniors in centrifugal force created by my clinic. They do this out core rotation, of the kindness of their Someone with a strong hearts and wallets. They're core is my cousin, Dicka great group of guys with a Lundy. To strengthen his little extra time, money and core muscles, each spring way too many bad swings on he starts from his house in their hands. But that is an- Plumas Pines and runs up- other article in itself. Grizzly Ranch Golf Club GRIZ RANCH Please Call Call for tee times: 530-832-4200 The legend at... Golf Resort Come see all the improvements/ Introductory Rates $60 Monday - Thursday $75 Friday - Sunday Call for Stay & Play and Other Package Options 530-832-5067 www.nakomagolfresort.com One of the High Sierra's Most Beautiful Resorts Full Bar and Lunchtime Grill Golf Course Villas for Nightly & Weekly Stays Facility Rental for Your Events Hole No. 15 at #lumas'Pines Golf Resort is aptly named Lonesome Cedar because of the cedar tree in front of the green which has sur- vived many frustrated at- tempts to go through it. A high approach shot will car- ry the tree. On Aug. 16, Mary Stonebraker, a Plumas Pines Women's Club member, got out her 7- wood, walked up to the tee, hit her shot and sunk her Titleist proVl into the hole for her very first hole- in-one. Photo submitted Golf Course 18 l lolc ('han~pionship Course $100 for 2 Players (Jolt cart included Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant BreaM'ast & Lunch 7 Days Full Bar Deck Dining Pro Shop 836-2323 Restaurant 836-2348 playgraeagle.com Hwy 89, Graeagle CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS Oct. 7 tion will follow golf at 5 p.m. The Eastern Plumas For more information, Health Care Foundation'scontact Tiffany Williams at annual golf tournament is twilliams@ephc.org or 832- scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 6564. 7, at Whitehawk Ranch Golf To have a charitable golf Club. tournament listed on this cal- A shotgun start is sched- endar, email the information uled for 11 a.m., and hot to sports@plumasnews.com d'oeuvres and a silent auc- or fax it to 283-3952. HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ,.. Par 86 SENIOR DAYS Tues. & Thurs. 25% OFF Golf a Food WEDNESDAY MORNING All welcome! Check-in: 8am T-time: 8:30am THURSDAY NIGHT SCRAMBLE Check-in: 4:30pm T-time: 5pm Private Golf Instruction with Golf Pro Steve Ross Member NCGA Lunch menu I RV park guests receive a golf speciafl I Tee times recommended Open Daily 8am-6pm (weather permitting) Note to all golf pros: Please submit any hole-in-one an- nouncements, new course records, or any other newswor- thy golf events to sports@plumasnews.com. We also en- courage you to email photos of golf newsmakers to the same address. "~a 9 holes ~ All par 3s Monday - Thursday: 9 holes s20, 18 holes s30 Friday - Sunday: 9 holes s25, 18 holes s35 Juniors: 9 holes q5,18 holes s25 Pull cart rental: add 836-1253 65899 Highway 70, Blairsden-Graeagle