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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012 3C GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Goff Club completed its "Ace of Aces" Finals Tournament with a field consisting of the monthly qualifiers. Laurie McKenzie was the "Low Gross Winner" and Diane Romig won "Low Net." In other WHRLGC news, Cassie McNamara had an amazing round this past week. She "ACED" the Par 3, 11th hole and racked up three birdies to shoot Par "71" awesome, Cassie! That may be the lowest round for any member this season! Also in the forecast, the ladies get to play Martis Camp in Tahoe next Wednes- day; always a great day no matter how you play. Happy Golfing. Mt. Huff Wednesday scramble On Wednesday, Sept. 5, Dick Grace, Greg Stevens and Darel Joseph stood with mouths agape as Jerry "The Old Pro" Hobbs took his trusty 7 wood and dropped a one hopper in the cup on hole number 4 at the Mount Huff Golf Course. This was Jerry's fourth hole-in-one at Mt. Huff. Drive was the most excite- ment at the Wednesday Scramble since Ralph Cote became director. Jerry was overheard telling Ralph that the jar of quarters for closest to cup ain't covering the drinks. Club members hope Jerry has many more to come. Sept. 19: The weather is great! Feeling a bit like Indi- an Summer in our valley. The brisk morning air and the bright sunshine brought out five teams of golfers for the Wednesday Morning Scramble at Mt. Huff. In first place was the smokin' team of Ron Chris- tensen, Ralph Cote, and Don Sheffield. Nipping at their heels was the team of John Hackett, Gary Metzdorf and Greg Stevens. Closest to the pin was won by Gary Metzdorf and there was a tie for the chip-in con- test between Ralph Cote and Ted Trafton. Please note that due to the shortened fall days, tee-off time for the Wednesday Morning Scramble has been moved to 9:30 a.m. Lake Almanor West Women This was our big tourna- ment for the season. Our theme was Putting on the Glitz. Everyone was in black and white, with rhinestones glittering in the beautiful sunshine. We had a full course, I think we all enjoyed the for- mat: "Cha, Cha, Cha." Then we came back to the club- house for a delicious lunch and many prizes, as well as cash awards First Flight winners were first place $50 each with a 116: Pat Drake, Barbara Leanord, Betsy Steen, Diane Bice Second place with a 117: Jackie Schimmel, Sue Cum- mings, June Park, Shirley Carney Third place with a 118: Lin- da Kluge, Betty Duncan, Jo Knudsen, Kathy Doms Second Flight winners were: First place, $50 each with a 117: Maryann Broderick, Doris Prince, Jude Morris, Dana Seandal Second place with a 121: Marsha Spooner, Trudy Leete, Cheryl Burnett, Linda Mowell Third place with a 126: Sharon Auge, Phyllis Koty- luk, Arlene Cary, Adrienne Fagalde Closest to the Pin winners: #3 Carol Lundsford, #6 Sher- ry Cole, #12 Charlene Fergu- son, #15 Kathy Roseler Longest Drive winners: 27 & under Lori Sinclair, 28- 32 Karen Nelson, 34 & up Shirley Friedrichs Guest Accuracy,: Peggy Lentz with 2-1/2 inches Member Accuracy: Arlene Cary with 8 inches Best Dressed went to Kathy Roseler by popular vote. Also, I would like to men- tion a big thank you to every- one who put this great day, especially our Captain Karen DeMoe. Congratulations to Cindy Horn for her first-ever chip- in, 50 feet on #17. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club The Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club complet- ed its annual Partners Eclec- tic Sept. 6 and 12. In this two- day tournament, partners counted the better ball for the twosome on each hole. Winning Scores were similar in both flights. In the first flight, Cathy Churchill and Carol Miller won with a score of 57. Bev Reynolds and Pat Nichols came in secord with a score of 60. There was a tie for third place, The teams of Hol- ly Anderson and Susie Wiese and Gall Nelson and Wanda Wideriksen each had scores of 61. Gail Arterburn and Esther Rimbault took first place in the second flight with a score of 57. There was a tie for sec- ond place with the teams of Donna Swanson and Annie Fischer and Lorraine Cor- nish and Betty Seidel with scores of 60. Four teams tied for third place with scores of 61: Giu- liana Glazer and Lois Chil- dress, Jennifer Baker and Renee Gielow, Dink Rife and Janet Reihsen, and Karen Fraser and Jay Fisher. Bailey Creek Women's golf club Welcoming the fall weath- er and the blue skies, the Bai- ley Creek Women's Club has enjoyed their September play. On Sept. 12, the club played a game of "3 Blind Mice." In the A-Flight, placing were Linda Layland (1st), Karen Ashe (2nd), Jan Vortman (3rd) and Mary Ashburn (4th). Winners in the B-Flight were Joyce Gronroos (lst), Marsha Spooner (2nd) and Lee Hunter (3rd). Lee also amazed everyone with her two chip-ins, winning a pot that had been growing for several weeks. A mystery prize was also awarded to Linda Layland, who played closest to her handicap. The monthly lunch/meeting followed the play. On Sept. 19, the group gath- ered for a game of "Odd Holes." Winners in the A-Flight were Wynnetta Regli (lst) and Donna White (2nd). The B-Flight was won by guest, Ginger Burgess (lst), followed by a tie between Lee Hunter and Jenni Cesarin (2nd). Recognized for chip- ins were Wynnetta Regli, Amanda Sheffield, Ginger Burgess and Donna White. The group will play Sept. 26, and will join the Diamond Mountain Womens' Club in SusanviUe Oct. 3. The club is accepting mem- bership applications for next year. For information you can contact Jenni Cesarin at rcesarin@frontiernet.net. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3p.m. Locals design new golf fitness program James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.com sued golf as a profession. Shipp currently works at Plumas Pines Golf Resort coaching and teaching golf. Shipp has also been fea- tured in PGA Magazine, for his unique take on the game of golf. Shipp strives to teach the simple, fun aspect of golf to his students, Ray grew up a natural ath- lete and flourished in the sports program at QHS. Ray played football and basketball, among other sports on the side. Ray received a doctorate in physical therapy from Chap- man University and is a li- censed physical therapist. Ray currently works at The Facto- ry in West Lake Village. One day while talking to Ray, Shipp noticed the lack of physical training in the game of golf. "There really isn't a whole lot out there in golf fitness," noted Shipp. "We wanted to bridge a gap between the fit- ness world and the golfing world." Since that meeting, Shipp and Ray, with the guidance of Bowling, created a business plan to utilize a fitness pro- gram created by Ray. Ray cre- ated one of the only physical training programs tailored specifically for golf. The goal of the program is to instill a sense of correct movements and stretching ex- ercises to prevent injury and accelerate golfers' games. The program is especially helpful When James Shipp and Zach Ray attended school to- gether at Quincy High School, they never imagined they would eventually work togeth- er. As they became adults and started their separate careers, they also never imagined they would work together. Now, after two years of work, the website they creat- ed with the help of pro golfer Brandon Bowling is complet- ed and a new philosophy on . approaching golf has materi- alized. Shipp fell in love with golf while in high school. He pur- to those who have health re- lated issues when Playing golf. "There's a ]ot of guys out there who would like to play more golf but can't do it," said Shipp. "Either they play in pain or they're sore for a few days after they play." The Fit to Hit program starts with a self-assessment and pain clearance phase. Once this is passed, the golfer moves on to the next phase. If it is not passed, the first phase is repeated until it is mas- tered. Eventually the golfer goes into a 20-week strength- building phase. Golfers can sign up for the program on the website, fitto- hitgolf.com. Instructional videos are provided to website members that detail tech- niques and exercises for them to practice. Shipp and Ray filmed a se- "ties o.f videos that highlight the proper ways to conduct the exercises. Golfers can practice the exercises at home, then receive more de- tailed instruction from their local golf pro. The website also encour- ages members to utilize their local golf pros. A search en- gine made specifically for the website will direct users to lo- cal pros in their area. The pro will then work with the Fit to Hit member toutilize the pro- gram and improve his or her swing and technique. The website launched mid- September and has already at- tracted a lot of buzz in the golf community. Shipp, Ray and Bowling all predict the site and program to be a hit. Those interested in the pro- gram may go to fittohit- golf.com or contact James Shipp at 836-1420. James Shipp and Dr. Zach Ray demonstrate their stretches intended for golfers. The stretches are part of a new program that bridges golf with fitness training. Photo submitted Hobbs makes hole-in-one Jerry Hobbs stands by the ultimate destination of his hole-in-one shot at Mount Huff Golf Course Sept. 5. Hobbs hit the hole-in-one on the fourth hole with a sev- en wood, his fourth at Mount Huff. Photo submitted October I t,