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Record, Repo~er Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001 7C l IL~iadows , Gellf Club her head!" the Flearts shouted at nonsense!" de- "You're only a Cards!', At this, the rose up into the Came flying down it was on Thurs- 28, that 33 golfers lie Meadows Club "shuf- play a card in a foursome a different suit diamonds or this format, after was accom- envelope placed containing cards in differ- ihformed the two of the four. to use their net the previous envelopes telling whose scores Used on the 18th Alice, who golf on her ad- Wonderland, a croquet for real. for balls, found this card |quite as much fun place team, with t 146, was Esther Spitzer, Linda BUger. a tie for second 160. In one team Clark, Gigi Mc- Nelson and In the other 13etty Siler, Romie Rosemary Kunz |Gibson. qlolf Club 22 scramble had place: Marilyn Holbrook, Bob and Norm Miller Holbrook, Jim Quam and Leo was given to Lois Butterfield, Merlin and Dean John. was won by Aug. 24, Blind place M1ller and Rita econd was Gene and third place Butterfield and The chip-in was I tlUys and 0als Graeagle Guys Tournament Was held Wednes- 15, and Thursday, Graeagle Mead- This is a where members of the be a member of el- Women's Graeagle Men's for the first best ball, and day both balls championship Betty and Jim net total of 201. winners were: and Ted Rein- Carolyn (210"); Norm Nichols flight winners bIyrene and Rod Second, Pat Grew itt (214); third, Thompson flight winners Lois and Don ); second, Lucy ,anda (217 *); and Herb denotes it was ) was con- )icnic a dinner. Presented by the tourna- for couples Golf Club Aug. 21 was The first for gross , Sue Harrison; Martha Vlakos. for net were: and There between and Kathy flight winners first, Barbara Sandy third, Jan for net Griffin; Clark; and a tie for the least putts between Ruth Gibbs, Esther Vacaro and Claudine Gurney, The LACC Women's Golf Team Match play began in June and ended July 24. The winners of flight one were Ruth Gibbs and Doris Prince. The second flight was won by Judie Crain and Karen Griffin. There was a "shoot out" and the top com- petitors were Judie Crain and Karen Griff"m. Judy Honsaker won the LACC Women's Golf Club Championship. Judy, a past president of the club, won with a gross score of 279. The club championship, a stroke play competition, is a three- day event. In second place was Cynthia Wittenberg, and in third place was Shirley Freeman. The low net score was Lee Hunter. Plumas Pines Plumas Pines Golf Resort hosted the play day for North Central California Pacific Women's Golf on Monday, Aug. 20. There were 44 play- ers representing different clubs. Lunch was served at Longboards and awards were given. Local women who won golf balls at the awards were Marty Harvey, with a low net over the field of 72; Bev- erly Donato, with first place in the fourth flight with 77; Pat Kohler, with first place and 78 in the seventh flight; and Garnet Bell, with third place and 83 in the seventh flight. Plumes Pines Women's Golf invitational On Aug. 6-7, the Plumas Pines Women's Club held their 18th annual invitation- al with 152 women from 53 different golf clubs partici- pating. The theme for this year's invitational was "2001--A Space Odyssey in the Pines." On Monday, the format was Two Best Cosmic Balls of the foursome, and Tues- day, the game format was Alien Ball. This consisted of two best gross and two best net balls of the foursome, ex- cept that one player on each hole was designated as the "alien" and her ball had to be used on that hole. The winners for first low net over the field were: Di- ane Trainor, Plumas Pines; Jan Talbott, Rend Women's Golf; Lynn Anderson, Mon- treux; and Andree Walker, Rend Women's Golf. The gross result winners in the first flight were: Car- ole Benson, Plumas Pines; Sue Bybee, Teton Pines; Lynn Loustalot, Plumas Pin'es; and Sue Loustalot, De La Veaga. The second flight gross re- sult winners were: Sandy Goble, Sherri McGhoe, Sue Hill, and Janett Ott, all of Table Mountain Golf. The third flight gross re- sult winners were: Jill Zumwalt, Plumas Pines; Pare Dowd, Fountain Grove; Peg- gy Price, Santa Rosa Golf; and Sherry Doran, Santa Rosa Golf. The net result winners in the first flight were: Judy Duval, Auburn Valley; Jean- nette Roberts, Granite Bay; Rosemary Campbell, Auburn Valley; and Jackle Fox, Granite Bay. Second flight net result winners were: Peg Kepler, Plumas Pines; Judy Meagher, Graeagle Mead- ows; Doris Anders, Plumas Pines; and Carol Miller, Graeagle Meadows. Third flight net result win- ners were: Joan Conyers, Graeagle Meadows; Norma Schonbeck, Graeagle Mead- ows; Theresa Maples, Rend Women's Golf; and Ellen Fearing, Dragon Golf. Following an enjoyable barbecue aRer the first day of golf, a Rocket Race was held and the top ten low net teams competed. Each team had one ball in play and des- ignated their order of play. They followed this rotation as long as their team was in the competition. All contestants played scratch. Four holes were played, with teams being eliminated after each hole. The winners for this event were: Pare Weichert, Candy Parkison, Cindy Robinson and Karen Murphy, all from Table Mountain. After golf on Tuesday, all the women enjoyed a won- derful luncheon held at Longboards Restaurant, where awards and prizes were announced. A special thanks is offered to Marv Pierce and Vic Loustalot, the Plumas Pines pro staff, Longboards restau- rant, and all the men and women volunteers who helped make this invitation- al so successful. Plumes Pines Women's Golf Club The Plumas Pines Wom- en's Golf Club held the first and second round of PWGA Qualifying Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 20-21. First place was awarded to the team of Mary Stonebraker and Pat Nichols, with a total two.round net score of 131. Second place was awarded to Carole Benson and Diane Trainor, with a total two- round net score of 133. These gals will be advancing to the regional qualifier in the spring. The following were the winners for low gross and low net for Monday: Kathy Sipel, first low gross over the field; Mary Stonebr ker, first low net over the field; Annie Meyer, second low gross over the field; Rose Marie Doran, second low net over the field; Judy Meagher, third low gross over the field; and Carole Benson, third low net over the field. Tuesday's winners were: Kathy Sipel, first low gross in the first flight; Pat Bagliet- to, first low net in the first flight; Lucille Buchholtz, sec ond low gross in the first flight; Diane Trainer, second low net in the first flight; Ca- role Benson, first low gross in the second flight; Rose Marie Doran, fin'st low net in the second flight; Nancy Bartlett, second low gross in the second flight; and Donna Burt and Mary Canine tied for second low net in the sec- ond flight. a@!11 m iHPlmr ~ Photo submitted The Plumas Pines Women's Golf Invitational, with a theme of "2001--A Space Odyssey In the Pines," drew 162 female golfers from 63 different golf clubs, 2002 On this SE model there a NAV comput er with touch screen controls, and wait until you see where the CD and cas- and The all new exterior and are all you'd expect from front air bags youll find front running lights and theyNa GRAND AM 2.4L twin cam, PS, ABS brakes, spoU tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo, CD, #879794.