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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 3C GOLF RESULTS ! Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble We've got a chill in the morning air and a beautiful blue sky! The weather couldn't be better for golf. The Wednesday morning scramble Sept. 12 got off to a great start. First-place team members were Don McConnell, Ted Trafton and Mike Ingle. In second place was the P1umas Pines Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, Sept. 11, the Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club played a two-person team, best net ball format. The wifining teams were: first place, Mary Peters and Mary Blaylock - net 60; sec- ond place, Janet Grijalva and Renee Walker - net 62; tied for third place were ( Nancy Bartlett and Diane team of Ron Christensen, Trainor with Lorraine Cor- Gary Metzdorf and Jim nish and Jackie Luckey - Bryant. net 63. No chip-ins were Closest to the pin was tak- scored. en by Darel Joseph, while a Two foursomes from PP- tie for the chip-in contest WGC participated in the was won by Ted Trafton and Table Mountain Invitation- DarelJoseph. al at Oroville Thursday, With this fine late sum- Sept. 13: Jan Pierce, Shirley mer weather that we have Agnos, Mary Stonebraker, been enjoying, it's a great Janet Grijalva, Toni Conen, time to join us on Wednes- Mary Peters, Mary Blaylock day mornings! and Cathy Cianciolo. The team of Pierce, Stone- Whitehawk Ranch braker, Agnos and Conen Ladies Golf Club News placed third in its flight. On Tuesday and Wednes- Jan Pierce also won second day, Sept. 11 and 12, the place closest to the pin. It Whitehawk Ranch Ladies was an all-around fun trip. Golf Club held its Club Championship (Gross) and Mt. Huff Thursday Captain's Cup (Net) Tourna- evening Scramble ment. Thursday night, Sept. 13, The 2012 club champion saw a perfect evening for was Marcia Zeigler and the our world-famous Thursday 2012 Captain's Cup winner night scramble. Several was Diane Romig. Sharon teams took to the course Russell and Laurie McKen- with the team of Gary and zie captured second and Carol Metzdorf, Greg third place, respectively, in Stevens and David Smuts the Club Championship. coming in first at 4 under. In the Captain's Cup Divi- Ron Ridge, Jim Bryant, sion, Arline Simpson se- Paul Egan and Joe Pogue cured second place with came in a close second at 3 Lynn Smith taking third under. place. The longest drive went to It was "picture perfect" Slamrnin' Joe Pogue and weather at Whitehawk closest to the pin was Eagle Ranch for the two-day Eye Leaf Van Pelt. A great event. All of the partici- time was had by all as usual pants had a great time and and the evenings should look forward to another stay long enough until the month of fun golfing with middle of October. their Whitehawk Ranch Call for more information, Ladies Club friends before 284-6300. The colors are the season ends Oct. 21. starting to turn and the Happy golfing, view is as incredible as the In other WRLGC news, golf. Hope to see you out out of proceeds collected at there. Winners of the annual BASH thrown by Lake Almanor Country Club pose after winning their respected flights. Larry Prentke and Rich McLaughlin, top left, won flight one. Nate Ryan and Mike Davis, top right, won flight two. Mike Stebbins and Rick Archbold won flight three. The BASH tournament took place Aug. 22. Photos submitt'ed On Aug. 22, the LACC Rich McLaughlin. Second place winners were Richard They were Surrounded Men's Golf Club held its an- place winners were Jim Soper and Aaron Seandel.and followed by a gallery nual BASH Tournament. Leonard and A1 Marquardt. Third place went to Garyof golf carts filled with The day started with a conti- Third place went to JohnHolstromand JoeRawson. cheering families and nental breakfast followed by Griswold and Ken Conley.Closest to the pin winners friends of participants. a shotgun start for 60 golfers The winners for Flight were John Vlahos, Jim Still- First place winners were divided into three flights. Two were Nate Ryan and man and John Oehler. Larry Prentke and Rich ?; buffet luncheon catered Mike Davis. Second placeLongest drive winners were McLaughlin. Second place by Dianna Guess preceded a winners were Dave HudsonRich Moore, Tim Cashman winners were Jim Leonard brief business meeting. The and Rick Dalton. Third and CraigHosman. and A1 Marquardt. Third 18 hole event ended withplace went to Tim Cashman The putting contest was place winners were John awards for the top threeandWillRasmussen, won by Ken Conley. The Griswold and Ken Conley. teams in each flight. The winners for Flight nine winning teams then Co-chairs of the day were The winners for Flight Three were Mike Stebbinsparticipated in the Ray Rose Denny Steen and John One were Larry Prentke and and Rick Archbold. Second MemorialHorse Race. Howe. the annual Sadie Hawkins event, a dS ation to EPCAN To have your golf results [ ] in the amount of $290 wasand club news included in L i presented to EPCAN Boardthis weekly section, email the Member, Cathie Homer. 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