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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 3C YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE TO MANY OF THE GOLF RESULTS LACC Women's Golf highlights of the day included The final round of the Club Kim Holliday making a birdie Championship was held on on #7, and Donna Toothman August 17. Congratulations to and Barbara Moore chipping Mary Craig, winner of the in for cheers! The club is hop- Club Championship for the ing for more members and third year in a row with participation, and guests are birdies on holes #7 and #10 welcome. Their next play day and a chip-in birdie on #17. will be Sunday, August 29, Mary had a low gross score of 1:30 p.m. For more informa- 259 for the three-day event tion call Jenni Cesarin @284- and took first place in the first 7469 or rcesarin @frontier- flight. Jan Vortmann placed net.net. second with a low gross score of 289, and Darlene Donaldson Lake Almanor West Mardi Gras Tournament. took third with a low gross of Fifty-five golfers turned out 295. Low net in the first flight for our annual open tourna- went to Diane Bice with a score of 219. ment. Breakfast was prepared The winner in the second by Maria and her staff. Golf bag umbrellas were given as flight was Kathy Fuller with a gross score of 317. Kathy tee prizes. The game was Cha Roseler placed second with a Cha Cha, with 4 person teams. One best ball was used on score of 320, and Martha Vla- Hole #1, 2 best balls on Hole hos took third with 331. Peggy Lentz came in with the low #2, 3 best balls on Hole #3. This was repeated throughout net score of 226 in the second the course. The winners of the flight. Thanks to all who par- ticipated, and congratulations tournament were: to the winners! Flight A Also on August 17, eight 1st place: Linda Kluge, Betty teams played Bargain Day Duncan, Carol Regimbal and Follow the Field. Each golfer Jo Knudsen was allowed to select two 2ndplace:KarenDeMoe, Sally holes on both the front and Weller, Shirley Friedrichs back nine to record a par and KathiShennan score. The following were our 3rd place: Barbara Grams, "Bargain Day" winners. Barbara Rolland, Julie Azeve- First place went to Mary do and Mary Williams Ann Broderick with a 76. In 4th place: Genny Davis, Joan second place, there was a Johnson, Jan Vortman and three-way tie with a score of Kathy Fuller 78 among Kathy Chuchel, Martha Herr, and Margi Flight B Stephenson. Coming in close 1st place: Carolyn Willhoit, behind with a score of 78.5 Joanne Schooling, Joanne was Marsha Spooner taking Miller and Joyce Gonroos fifth place. Marie Phillips 2nd place: Peggy Lentz, Judy came in sixth scoring 80. Fran Cooper, Patty Hathaway and a Smith placed seventh with a Blind Draw score of 82. Madeline Furman 3rd place: Carolyn Soper, came in eighth place with a Fran Smith, Doris Kaiser and Ayres, Closest to Tree, Hole #7: Jo Knudsen, Accuracy, Hole #9, Barbara Rolland and Dana Scandal, Closest to Pine Hole #12, Member: Karen De- Moe and Joanne Schooling, Closest to Pin, Hole #15, Guest: Maureen Gonczeruk and Jan Vortman, Longest Drive, Hole #17- Handicap 30- 33, Pat Drake. The clubhouse deck was decorated in the Mardi Gras theme with feathered masks, beads and tassels as table dec- orations and colorful fabric was draped on the railings. A luncheon of salad, chicken en- chiladas and cookies and brownies was served by Maria and her staff. A variety of wonderful raffle prizes, do- nated by area merchants, members of LAW Women's Golf Club and N. Ca. and Nevada golf courses were giv- en out. There were enough so that each participant received a gift. Sharon Auge and her tournament committee did an outstanding job. Congratula- tions to all of the winners! The team of Linda Kluge, Betty Duncan, Carol Regimbal and Jo Knudsen won first place in the A flight during the Lake Almanor West Mardi Gras Tournament. Photo submitted letter "F" or "T" counted to- We had 40 players, a full ten A1Brubaker. ward the game, which left on- teams. JoJoe Guereque drove Second place team members ly nine holes that really mat- the green on #7 for longest were Bob McElman, Bob tered.., the first, third, fourth, drive and Gary McClellan was Clark, Norm Miller, and Phil fifth, tenth, twelfth, thir- closest to the pin. Rodgers. Lake Almanor West Golf teenth, fourteenth and fif- After two chip-offs between Chip in tied by Jim Bryant, August 19 teenth holes, first thru third place, the NormMiller and Mike Ingle. This week's winners were With only 50 percent of team of Gary Metzdorf, Tom Closest to the pin was taken determined by their scores on their handicap being usedGossett, Don Sheffield and by Norm Miller. the par 4 holes, minus 1/2 of these were the winners: First Ralph Cote' took first place, handicap. Eighteen players place went to Lynn Smith Gary Hughs, Shane Frank, Plumas Pines Women's made up three flights. Kathi with a net 36; Second place David Smuts and Jeff Smith Golf Club Results Shennan won first in the first was won in a card playoff by took second and Steve Ross, The game for Tuesday, Aug. flight, Julie Azevedo won sec- Virginia Luhring who tied at Bob Clark, RonRoathandBob17 was 1-4-1. One best net ond place and Jo Knudsen a net 39 with Laurie McKenzie McIlroy came in third, score of the foursome plus one won third place. Second flight who then took third place; Play was fast and furiousother person's putts were winners were Karen DeMoe, and fourth place was won by and everyone had a super added together on every hole. first, Karen Nelson, second, Christy Randall with a net 41. time. Hope to see you out here The team of Renee Walker, and Betty Duncan, third. Win- The next big event for the soon. Shirley Agnos, Lorraine Cor- ners in the third flight were Whitehawk ladies is theirOur famous and fun BIG 6 nish and Jeannine McDonald Barbara Grams, first, Cheryl "Rhinestone Cowgirl Classic" tournament is coming up on came in first place with a Springfield, second, and Invitational, being played on Sept. 12, it is alot of fun. score of 83. Coming in second Shirley Friedrichs, third. Tuesday, August 24 -- Yee- was the team of Janet Holla- Chips-ins were made by Jo ha!!! Mt. Huff day, Annie Meyer, Cathy Wednesday morning Cianciolo, and Connie Raheb. The only chip-in of the day was heard by players on near- by fairways and was made by Cathy Cianciolo. 82.5. Jane Hilliard Knudsen, Kathi Shennan and Mr. Huff scramble 4th place: Martha Vlahos, Karen DeMoe. Birdies were It was an eerie Frida" the Bailey Creek Marcia Spooner, Sandy made by Julie Azevedo on 13th wh n " _. Well, this reporter is back Women's Club . .... . ^ , ,: ,. _ ............. ,, e rrevo tanarmge from vacation, ahd here are , reeney and t aren bcnmidtrmle n lz ana Dy atm bnen- ....... the Wednesday ..... ~ uL ~,u~vm~; ~.uw~u m~ ~even morning The Bailey Creek Women s Other winners were: Long nan on Hole #18. Tee time for buddies how to golf. On #8 he scramble golf scores from Mt. Club enjoyed perfect weather Drive - 29 and below handi- August 26th will go back to sunk the ball for a hole in one, Huff. It was a warm breezy To have your golf club in- and enjoyable golf on August cap: Melody Byrne, Long Dri- 9:00 with check-in at 8:30. the whoops and shouts could day and the golfers tied it up cluded in the weekly results, 11 at their beautiful course, re- 34 and over handicap: Pat- Whitehawk Ranch Ladies be heard for miles, with two first place teams: email the information to Playing for low net, Kim HoU- ty Walker, Closest to Pin, Hole Golf Club A little less exciting but just Jim Bryant, Loren Lindner, sports@plumasnews.com or iday and Jenni Cesarin placed #3, Guest: Karen Fleury and The Whitehawk ladies as much fun was our Thurs- Ralph Cote, and Steve Ross; fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3 first and second respectively, Jan Vortman, Squiggly Line: played a game of"F's" & "T's" day night scramble of Aug. 19. John Hackett, Mike Ingle,p.m. for pro shop credits. In addi- Marcia Spooner, Closest to the other day. It meant that tion to fun and competition, Pin Hole #3, Member: Joyce only holes starting with the GOLF COURSES Mt. 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