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2C Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009 Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Reporter, Record YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE TO MANY t A GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Tuesday, Aug. 18, was a lovely day on the golf course. The formats of the day were Ace of Aces and Fs and Ts. Winning low gross for Ace of Aces were Virginia Luhring and Patty McNama- ra with Arline Simpson get- ting low net. The first place award for Fs and Ts went to Arline Simpson, second was Cyn- thia Faulk, third was Marcia Zeigler and fourth was Vir- ginia Luhring. The real excitement was on the 16th hole when Penny Rich (visiting the Kylberg's) hit a hole-in-one. Congratu- lations, Penny, thanks for the drinks. LACC Women Congratulations to Mary Craig for winning'the Club Championship for the sec- ond year in a rowl Mary had a low gross score of 269 for the three-day event. Cindy Wittenburg was second with a low gross of 299. Low net in the first flight was a tie between Lee Hunter and Margie Stephen- son with 216. The winner in the second flight was Fran Smith with 316. Kathy Fuller was second with 326. Low net went to Jean Rolls with a 226. Congratulations to all of the ladies who participated in this fun event! Mt.Huff The Wednesday, Aug. 19, scramble was a warm day, but it didn't deter the golfers who turned out to play in the morning scramble. The first place winning team members were: Jerry Hobbs, Bob McElman, Nolan Bussey Second place team mem- bers were: John Hackett, Ralph Cote, Loren Lindner Jerry Hobbs won chip-in. There was no closest to the pin winner. The Thursday, Aug. 20, scrambles brought 28 play- ers out for a very warm evening of golf. Bob and Tina Sexton won the fourth flight of the Guys and Gals tournament, hosted by the Graeagle Men's Club Aug. 19- 20. Bob also won the men's Super Senior tournament earlier this month. Photo submitted At five under, the winning first place team was Mike In- gles, Dick Grace, Chuck Thrall and Don Sheffield. At four under, for second place were Jeff Stevens, Jim McG- lynn, Darel Joseph and Bob McIlroy. Longest drive went to Jeff Smith and closest to the pin went to Mike Ingle. Plumas Pines Women Aug. 18, the Plumas Pines Women played a game of "Triple Three." After play, each competitor chose three par 5s, three par 4s and three par 3s. Those scores were added up and half the play- er's handicap was subtract- ed. The players were divided into two flights. In Flight One, Annie Mey- er won low gross with a score of 40. Scooter Kidwell won low net with a 31.5, and Cindy Jurkovich was right behind winning second low net with a 32. In the second flight, Barb Crist won low gross scoring a 47. Shirley Agnos won low net scoring 30 and Lucille Buchholtz very close and won second low net with a 30.5. Jennifer Zumbro, who took home the whole pot, made the only chip-in! Graeagle Men Undaunted by blistering heat, the Guys and Gals of the Graeagle Men's Club's couples tournament compet- ed for fame and fortune both on a modest scale. The two-day tournament was Aug. 19-20. The teams played one best ball on the first day and both balls were scored the second day. Forty couples competed. The tournament was di- vided into four flights based on handicap. In the first flight Bob and Linda Randall finished in first place, with a net of 203. Jim and Bev Reynolds were second. There was a tie for third place between Rick Mary Craig won the 18-hole club championship for Lake AI- manor Country Club. Photo submitted and Lynne Hogan and Gary Maniery and his daughter Ellie. Ellie bounced back from a slow start on the first day to carry the team into contention. Jack and Lorraine Cor- nish, with the best overall score of 198, won the second flight. Ken Stevenson and Carol Miller were second and Jack Gilbert and Cindy Sharp placed third. In the very competitive third flight, Wally and Dee Walker eked out the win with a score of 206. Ron and Sharon Rogers were second. Again, there was a tie for third place between Bob Caskie and Wanda Widerik- sen and Dave and Dink Rife. The winners of the fourth flight were Bob and Tina Sexton, with a combined score of 202. Jim Oster and Esther Rimbault placed sec- ond ahead of the teams of Larry Holt and Hank Echols and Ross Henry and Phyllis Huff, who tied for third place. All competitors were host- ed at a tri-tip dinner at the Graeagle Picnic Grounds. LAW Wonien There were enough golfers Aug. 20 for three flights. The game was Ts and Ss. The scores on the nine holes that begin with a T or an S were the ones that counted. Of course, that included both water holes and three 5 pars, but the scores were still re- spectable. First flight winners were Barbara Rolland with 32 and Betty Dean with 32.5. Second flight winners were Carla Medici with 32.5 and Karen Nelson with 33. The third flight went to Sharon Auge with 34.5 and Charlene Fer- guson with 37.5. Kathi Shennin had a chip- in and first flight, second place winner Betty Dean, had a birdie. It must have been Betty Dean Day. LAW Women's Mexican Fiesta and Open Tournament Aug. 13 was a perfect day for golf. Forty-four partici- pants teed off following a breakfast, prepared and served by Maria and her staff. The game was two best balls of the foursome. Goody bags were picked up at regis- tration and snacks were pro- vided at the turn. The win- ners were: Flight A: First place: Mary Williams, Cele Lemieux, and the" Barbaras" (Grams and Rolland); second place: Sheila McMurphy, Toni Froese (welcome back, Toni), Carla Medici, and Charlene Ferguson and third place: Barbara Joro- nen, Aggie O'Neill, Darlene Thomasson, and Shirley Leighty Flight B: First place: Kathi Shennan, Judy Cooper, Jan- ice Nelson, and Shirley Friedrichs; second place: Patti Walker, Melodie Byrne, Maureen Gonczeruk, and Karen Fleury and third place: Kay Kurdziel, Lillian Meyer, Ruth Deter. and Jean Lewis The clubhouse deck was decorated with Mexican flags, pifiatas, and dancing chili pepper tablecloths. The centerpieces were pots of herbs. As play was ending, traditional Mexican refresh- ments were provided and served by Julie Azevedo and Lori Sinclair, followed by "Over the Top" enchiladas, salad, and dessert. Maria truly outdid herself with both food and service. The tournament was Julie Azevedo's last as chairman. She has done a iqutstanding job for several years and will continue to be active in the organization. We extend her our gratitude and thanks. 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. F I l I i I n I I N m I I I n l n l I I n .; I ' Green Fees n Cart after 1:00 n 1'22- 9 holes *36- 18 holes ! ! ! ! ! ! ! I n I I I n m I s~ , n I I I I I I I I LACC features a Restaurant, Bar and Pro Shop I I Eall 530-25!)-: 8(;8 From A-13, turn right and follow Clifford Dr. to gate | *Must present coupon to get discount I Excluding Labor Day Weekend | FAWELY GOLF at Plurna5 For Tee Times & Information: 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, California Golf Course Locator Map S Bailey Creek Diamond Mountain ......................................................................................................................................................... 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