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2C Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter : i i ! !(i HIGH GOLE, ,. '1 In the Graeagle Meadows Men's Club Championship, Michael Herrington, left, won the low gross, and John Sciborski, right, posted the low net. Photos submitted GOLF RESULTS Winning the Plumas Pines Women's Club Championship is Renee Walker, right, and Janet Holla- day, who came in second. Walker won the tournament after a two-hole playoff Sept. 7. 2010 Graeagle Meadows was Odds or Evens with each All ladies wishing to Men's Club Championship player selecting their best play with the club next year The 2010 Graeagle Mead- nine holes- either odd holes need to complete the mem- ows Men's Club Champi- or even numbered holes - bership form and pay their onship was a great success, and subtracting half of their registration fee for 2011 Over 50 men entertained handicap, by the end of September. (and tortured) themselves for The winners in each flight The forms are available in the 36-hole event by hitting were: First Flight, Lindathe pro shop. You can turn many great golf shots and a Kluge, first place and Julie your check and form in at the few not-so-great shots. Azevedo second place. Sec- pro shop at any time before This year there were two ond flight was Karen DeMoe Sept. 30. hole-in-one on the 16th hole; in first and Betty Duncan in one by Ron Rogers with a second. The third flight saw a Graeagle Meadows Women well struck 7-iron and the tie between Cheryl Spring- The members of the Graea- other by Ted Leavitt with an field and Barbara Grams gle Meadows Women's Golf equally well-hit 6-iron. Thus, with Cheryl edging out Bar- Club played ONES Sept. 16. twice the celebration oc-bara with a tie breaker. Lin- Players counted only scores curred at the 19th hole. Life da Kluge had a birdie on hole on holes that begin with O, N, is great in Graeagle. #3 and Karen DeMoe had a E, and S, for example, one, This year's low gross andbirdie on Hole #15. Barbara six, seven, eight, and nine, Men's Club champion is Rollandhad a chip-in on Hole etc. They subtracted half of Michael Herrington -- his#9 and Karen DeMoe had one their handicap to determine fourth year in a row -- and on Hole #14. the score. second place went to GaryLast week, due to cooler In the first flight, Priscilla Maniery, with both players weather, only a few ladies Piper took first place with a demonstrating their fine golf played without having a for- score of 34.5. In second place skills. This year's overall low mal game. However, Fauniewas Ann Pratt with a score of net score was posted by John Menke broke 100 for the first 35 and Janie Grosman took Sciborski in the 1st Flight time on ladies day and was third with a score of 39. and followed in second place awarded the appropriate pin Donna Swanson took first by a tie between Chuck Pratt for her accomplishment, place in the second flight and Jack Cornish. Next week is the ladies with a score of 34. There was Second Flight Low Net wasgroup's end-of-the-year a tie between Juliana Glazer posted by Richard Eck andtournament, "Invite Your and Linda Bilger for second second place was Joel Patter- Mate." The game will be awith scores of 36.5. son. couples tournament with six In the third flight Betty Third Flight Low Net was holes of a scramble, six holes Seidel and Annie Fisher tied posted by Ron Rogers and of best ball and six holes of for first place with scores of second place was Gary Kink- alternate shots. There will 35.5. Lorraine Cornish took ley. be a lunch on the club house third place with a score of 36. Fourth Flight Low Net wasdeck following play and posted by Tom Fregulia and awards will be given there To have your golf club in- second place was Bill for the tournament and also cluded in the weekly results, Kennedy. for the Eclectic Tournament email the information to and the Ringer or Mt. Huff which took place during July fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at Thursday Night Scramble and August. 3p.m. The lovely evening of Sept. 16 brought out seven teams for our Thursday Night Scrambles. The weather was CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS Golf Course 18 Hole Chan~pionship Course $100 for 2 Players Golf cart included Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant Breakfast & Lunch 7 Days * Full Bar Deck Dining Pro Shop 836-2323 * Restaurant 836-2348 Hwy 89, Graeagle The legend at... Golf Resort Come see all the improvements! for the rest of the season*. Includes Cart*. 530-832-5067 www.nakomagolfresort .corn One of the High Sierra's Most Beauttful Resorts Full Bar and Lunchtime Grill Golf Course Villas for Nightly & Weekly Stays Facility Rental for Your Events perfect and the golfers were on. The team of Mike Rug- geri, Richard Mauldin, Joe Pogue and Jeff Stevens:came in third at 4 under. The team of Bill McRoberts, Jimmy La- Plante, and Steve Ross came in second after a chip off be- tween them and the team of Mike Beatty, Eric John, Ron Christensen and Loren Lind- ner came in first after they had tied at 5 under. It is still not too late to have a good time. Longest drive was won by Slammin' Leaf Van Pelt and closest to the pin was won by Greg Stevens. Our famous Big 6 Tourna- ment will be Oct. 2nd, call for more details. week Lake Almanor West Women's Golf The game for this Grizzly Ranch Golf Club GRIZ LY RA N C H Please Call Call for tee times: 530-832-4200 HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ... Par 66 THE "BIG 6" SAT., OCT. 2nd!! Check-in: 8:30am T-time: 9:30am WEDNESDAY MORNING All welcome! Check-in: 8am T-time: 8:30am THURSDAY NIGHT SCRAMBLE Check-in: 4:30pm * T-time: 5pm Private Golf Instruction with Golf Pro Steve Ross Member NCGA * Lunch menu [ RV park guests receive a golf special! [ Tee times recommended Daily 8am-6pm (weather permitting) 284-6204 ! Open ! '! :I 1 Oct. 7 on the list as a golfer, tee The annual Eastern sponsor, charity sponsor or Plumas Health Care Foun- volunteer, contact Tiffany I dation golf tournament isWilliams at twilliams@ t scheduled for Thursday, or 832-6564. 1 Oct. 7, at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. Oct. 11 The entry fee this year is High Sierra Animal Res- $110 per person and in- cue's sixth annual Duffers t cludes the green fee, use of for the Dogs Golf Tourna- 1 the practice facility, a box ment, a golf tournament to lunch, tee prizes and after benefit the High Sierra Ani- golf hors d'oeuvres, mal Rescue, is scheduled for There will be a closest-to- Monday, Oct. 11 at White- the-pin contest, an in-the- hawkRanch GoffClub. circle contest, hole-in-one Registration is from 9-10 prizes and a silent auction, a.m. with a 10:30 am shot- The tournament begins at 11 gun. Activities include 4- a.m. with a shotgun start, person scramble (both hand- The CareFlight helicopter icap and non-handicap ! will make a landing and free flights) and Men's & blood pressure checks will Women's closest to the hole 1 be availablefrom9-11 a.m. (2 each, pays 1st & 2nd This year's tournament place). A prize drawing is t format will be a shamble,also planned. Entry fee: 1 with two best balls. $125 per player, includes One hundred percent of greens fees, cart, use of all money raised will go to practice facility, range the EPHC facility headquar- balls, tee prize, snack, full 1 tered in Portola. This year, steak dinner (no-host cock- the fundraising goal will be tails at 5:30 p.m. and din- a Digital Mammography up-ners at 6:30 p.m. at the grade. Graeagle Fire Hall), awards If you or your organiza- and a chance at the door tion would like to be recog- prize. nized as a charity sponsor, a Entry deadline: Sept. 21, series of options are avail- or the first 144 players. able. For more information: For $1,000, you get recog- e-mail info@highsierra nition and the privilege of or call naming your own foursome,Debbie Peterson at 636-2126 which will play free. or Chuck Franck at 636-2104. A donation of $500 will get you recognition and will To have a charitable golf sponsor a team comprised of tournament listed on this local high school students calendar, email the informa- or EPHC Employees. tion to sports@plumas If you would like more news.corn or fax it to 283. information or want to get 3952. I 9 holes ~ All par 3s Monday - Thursday: 9 holes $20, 18 holes $30 Friday - Sunday: 9 holes s25, 18 holes $35 Juniors: 9 holes q5, 18 holes $25 Pull cart rental: add s5