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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept, 10, 2014 3C GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Course Wednesday, Aug. 27, was an absolutely beautiful day for the Morning Scramble. An excellent turnout gave the first-place win at 10 under par to the team of Henry Martin, Dick Grace and Loren Lindner. In second place at 8 under par came the team of Ron Christensen, Gary Metzdorf and Margie Joseph. Closest to the pin was Don McConnell. There was no chip-in winner. On Thursday, Aug. 28, the Evening Scramble was well-attended. There were six four-man teams and one three-man team. Two teams tied for first place at 4 under par. With a deciding chip-off won by Gary McClellan was the team of Gary McClellan, Lynn McClennan, Seedro Santos and Merle Chisholm. In second place after the chip-off was the team of Jeff Stevens, Greg Stevens, Darrel Joseph and Margie Joseph. In third place at 1 under par was the team of Gary Metzdorf, Carol Metzdorf, Lucinda Ward and Jeff Ward. Closest to the pin and the long drive were aced by Greg Stevens. The weather has turned a bit cooler in the mornings, which made for comfortable golf at the Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble on Sept. 3. Two teams tied at 10 under par for first place and both teams were awarded the designation. The first place tie went to the team of Dan Rooney, Mary Trafton, Gary Metzdorf, Leo Sorosinski and Henry Martin and also to the team of Don McConnell, Ted Trafton, Robert Turcotte and Mike Ingle. Closest to the pin was won by Mike Ingle. There was no chip-in contest. Thursday, Sept. 4, brought a good turnout to the links for the Thursday Evening Scramble. In first place at 5 under par were team members Jeff Stevens, Greg Stevens and Dick Grace. Ralph Cote, Margie Joseph and Dustin Linford came in at 1 under par for a second-place win. Closest to the pin was won by Dave Smuts and Jeff Stevens cranked it out for the designation for the longest drive The 2014 Club Championship results are as follows: The scratch was won by Leo Sorosinski, who triumphed over Don McConnell. Handicap was won by Dick Grace, who took it over Ted Trafton. All good Sports and all had a good time! Lake Almanor Country Club Women's Golf Club ' There were 17 pairs teamed up for Modified Chapman golf Sept. 2, followed by the last luncheon and meeting of the year under the presidency of Kathy Roseler. The first flight winners were Mary Craig and Collette Prentke in first, Cathy Chuchel and Nancy Foote in second, and Mary Ann Broderick and Janet Hancock in third place. Second flight winners were Toddy Cutler and Kathy Fuller in first and a three-way tie between Meg Eaton and Trudy Leete, Anita Crowther and Carol Fara, and Sandy Feeney and Kathy Roseler. Third flight winners were Joan D'Angelo and Jessie King in first, Lee Hunter and Joan Johnson in second, and Darlene Donaldson and Linda Yaap in third. Next week we will be playing Disaster GoW. Lake Almanor West Women's Golf Club Once every month the ladies at Lake Almanor West play a game of low net and low putts. On Thursday, Sept. 4, a beautiful warm pre-fall day, the ladies did just that. Kathy Doms' low net score earned her first place in the first flight. Lori Sinclair was second and Carolyn Wilhoit third. The second flight winners were Shirley Friedrich, first, Carol Regimbal, second, and Karen Nelson, third. Julie Azevedo and Sharon Auge tied for the fewest putts. They each got 31. Kathy Doms got the only birdie, which was on hole 11. There were three chip-ins. Sharon Auge got one on hole 2, Betty Duncan on hole 7, and Shirley Friedrichs on hole 15. A short meeting was held at lunch after the game. Officers for the 2015 season were chosen. Lori Sinclair will once again be captain. The other offices will be held by Arlene Cary, treasurer/membership; Adrienne Fagalde, secretary; Karen Tratt, tournament chairwoman; and Sharon Auge, handicap/PWGA. On Thursday, Aug. 28, the ladies played Criss-Cross. Kathy Doms took first in the first flight and Karen Tratt took second. Carol Regimbal took first in the second flight and Cheryl Springfield was second. There were five birdies that day. Karen Tratt's birdie was on hole 3, Kathy Doms' on 6, Cheryl Springfield's on 12 and Linda Kluge and Carolyn Wilhoit both 'had one on 15. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Tuesday, Sept. 2, was a beautiful day for golf at Plumas Pines and we had a great turnout of players. The game for the day was Low . Gross, Low Net. I The winners were as follows: first flight: first place low gross, Sharon Russell with 84; first place low net, Janet Holladay with 70; second place low gross, Dottle Hattich with 96; and second place low net, Bey Parry with 76. Second flight: first place low gross, Lana Janovick with 105; first place low net, Mary Peters with 71; second place low gross, Mary Stonebraker with 106; and second place low net, Connie Raheb with 72. There were five chip-ins for the day scored by Sharon Russell; Bev Parry; Connie Raheb; Mary Stonebraker and Janet Holladay. Whitehawk Ladies Golf Club On a very sunny day, the ladies hit away for the last qualifying round of Ace of Aces. Winning low gross was Lynn Smith, who, by the way, won closest to the pin during our invitational; Virginia Luhring won low net. Way to go, ladies. Next up: the final Ace of Aces. Graeagle Men's Golf Association The regular Wednesday men's play day had 23 players: six from the white tees and 17 from the combo tees. The format was two-man better ball. The winning team in the white tee division was Joel Patterson and Chuck Franck with a net score of 61. There were eight skins awarded in the white tee division: three to Chuck Franck, two to Norm Miller and one each to Bryan Hansen, Bill Hopp and Joel Patterson. The combo tee division winning team was Norm Nichols and Jack Cornish; second place was a tie between the teams of Ron Eaton/Ralph Wittick and Bill Kennedy/Bob Baker. There Were eight skins awarded: two to Tom Fregulia, and one each to Ralph Wittick, Ron Eaton, Jim Oster, Bill Kennedy, Jack Cornish and Norm Nichols. The turnout for the Wednesday play day from the $279 $299 $44S $459 $425 $24 CHESTER TACTICAL SPORTS " Webley & Scott 3" Chamber 12ga '- ....... 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In addition to the qualifier, the game of the day was "Hate 'em Hate 'em." Red tee winners were: 10w gross, Priscilla Piper; low net, first place Karen Linde, second place Cheryl Brennan, third place (tie) Bey Reynolds and Alaine Flynn. Combo tee winners were: low gross, Karen Fraser; low net, first place Giuliana Glazer, second place (tie), Maureen Ford and Renee Gielow. Jay Fisher and Gail Nelson had chip-ins. Thursday, Sept. 4, was the first round of the two-round Partner Eclectic. The following players had chip-ins: Carol Miller, Priscilla Piper and Suzie Wiese. Results of the Partner Eclectic Tournament will be reported after the final round, which will be played Sept. 11. Golden Tomahawk Tournament The annual home and home contest between Graeagle Men's Golf Association and the Plumas Pines Men's Golf Club to determine which club will possess the Golden Tomahawk Trophy has been decided. Twenty players from each club played head-to-head matches between individuals, and each foursome also had a two-man match against the other two-man team. There were a total of nine points available in each foursome for a total of 90. After the first round, played at Graeagle Meadows, the GMGA team lead by five points; however, on 'the second day, played at Plumas Pines, the PPMGC team outscored the GMGA team by 11 points. PPMGC won the Golden Tomahawk Trophy by six points and will retain the trophy until next August. To have golf results and:club news included in this weekly section, email the information, to by Friday at 3p.m. Super Sunday 9 holes 20 pm "Ladies. Day" get 1/2 off Green Fees (based on regular rate) Call for tee time (530) 259-4555 or book online Daily Weds-Sat lOam.Bpm Full Dinner Menus BBQ's