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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 3C Lake Almanor West Our final play day of the year was Sept. 30. The game was Cha, Cha, Cha, which is one best ball on the first hole, two best balls on the second hole and three best balls on the third hole, then repeating throughout the course. Con- gratulations to Joyce Ayres, Karen DeMoe and Sharon Auge who made up the win- ning team. Karen DeMoe birdied #7)Lunch at the clubhouse was followed by a surprise baby shower for Kathi Shennan who is ex- pecting her first granddaugh- ter. It was a fun day for all. Plumas Pines Women Tuesday, Sept. 21, was "Feather River Play Day" with the Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club. Guests from near and far were invit- ed to play in the Best Ball for- mat. The weather was warm and the camaraderie was ob- vious as the ladies headed out to play. Winners place in both Low Gross and Low Net. Winning Low Net was the team of Janet Holladay, Gin- ger Holladay-Houston, Jack- ie Luckey, and Connie Ra- heb. Winning Low Net was the team of Joni Gerbasi, Jan Pierce, Priscilla Piper, and Mary Peters (who was a blind draw), and second Low Net was won by the team of Jennifer Zumbro, Mary Pe- ters, Suzi Jensen, and Michele Barry. The following Tuesday, Sept. 28, the final Captain's Cup was held. Players who qualified for this event in the prior months by winning ei- ther Low Gross or Low Net were Scooter Kidwell, Mary Stonebraker, Annie Meyer, Lucille Buchholtz, Janie Grosman, Toni Zunino, Re- nee Walker, Nancy Bartlett, and Jan Talbott as a firSt place substitute. The winner of the Captain's Cup Final in the Low Gross Division was Janie Grosman, after a card- off with AnnieMeyer who then placed second. In the Low Net Division, Jan Tal- Smuts was closest to the pin. Oct. 10, we are having a 10- 10d0 Tournament. Call for information. The trees are changing col- or and our course is in a tru- ly spectacular spot, so come enjoy a little golf and a lot of nature. GOLF RESULTS flights. Winning in the First Flight was Janie Grosman for Low Gross with Annie Meyer winning Low Net, and in the Second Flight, Jan Tal- bott won Low Gross and Mary Blaylock won Low Net. LOw Putts was won by Mary Peters. All players were to be commended for playing in high temperatures during the summer heat. It doesn't appear there were any chip-ins for the last two weeks. The pot should be a hefty one next Tuesday. Wednesday, Oct. 8, the an- nual awards luncheon will be held to celebrate all win- ners, a new board, and the end of a great golf season. Applications for 2011 vill be handed out and next year's Invitational Committee will be announced. Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble The return of Indian sum- mer to our valley brought out the golfers for the Mt. Huff Wednesday morning scramble. Before the day heated up too much, we brought in our two winning teams. First place team members were: Gary Hughes, Mike Kearns, Norm Miller~ and Loren Lindner. In second place were: Ralph Cote, Wayne Sousa, A1 Brub.aker, and John Hackett, . There was no chip-in con- test. Norm Miller won closest to the pro. Mt. Hough Golf Club Mount Hough golf club was flurry of activity of Sunday Sept. 26 with their annual season ending tournament and dinner. Starting off the day with coffee and donuts, the teams were arranged and golfers were busy making side bets. A shotgun start four-person scramble was the format while the golfers enjoyed the sunny day. The day ended with a won- derful barbecue dinner which included Virginia's fa- mous beans. The final even of the day was a general meeting and awarding of prizes. First place was Gary Hugh- es, David Smuts and Loren Linder. Second place was Mike Ingle, Cheryl Ingle, Dick Grace and Don Sheffield. Third place was Leo Ray, Jim Bryant and Ran Ridge. Long drive of the day was awarded to Michelle Violett and closest to the pin was Paul Violett. The meet- ing also congratulated and awarded season champi- onships to Blake Roath for the men's scratch, Leo Soroninski, men's handicap and Margie Joseph for the women's category. The meeting also was the Mt. Huff Thursday site for election of officers Night Scramble and for the new season they The Thursday Night will be: president, David Scramble Sept. 30, was sup- Smuts; vice president, Blake posed to be the last, but since Roath; tournament di/'ector, it is still light enough and the Jared Pew; handicap chair- weather is so spectacular, we are going to tryit at least one man, Darel Joseph and secre- more time. tary/treasurer, Margie We had seven teams play- Joseph. We are encouraging all ing and having a ball. The people who want to join a fun team of David Smuts, Tom loving group and golf at the Gossett and Greg Stevens best place around to join the took first place with 5 under. The team of Jerry Hobbs, Mt. Hough Golf Club. Call Gary Metzdorf, Dick Grace 284-6204 for more informa-' .botttooktophonors with Re- and Margie Joseph came in tion. .... n~e ~lker coming in sec- second after a chip-off with and. the team of Mike Beatty, Eric To have your golf club in- In conjunction with the Johns, Robin Daun and cluded in the weekly results, Captain's Cup Final, all oth- Loren Linder. They both email the information to er players played a Low came in 3 under, sports@plumasnews.corn or Gross, Low Net, and Low Tom Szupello had the fax it to283-3952 by Friday at Putts game. There were two longest drive, and David 3p.m. Grill masters Tom Fregulia, Del Stockman, Bob Caskie and John Grasso cooked the meat to per- fection for the Big Chief Graeagle Tournament Sept. 26. 2010 Big Chief Graeagle smoothly navigated the open tion by the grill masters and ToUrnament green pastures to the short everyone departed later full The men and women of grasses awaiting the wander- stomachs and pleasant Graeagle Meadows gathered ing men. dreams. Sunday, Sept. 26, for their After many hours of hunt-Flight I winners were Jack annual hunt. Chief Graeagle ing, gathering, thrashingCornish with Dot Hattich himself would have been and searching, all convened and second, Aubrey Neish proud of the turn out and the at the big tent (Graeagle Fire and Cathie Churchill. In performances. Station) for the sharing of Flight 2, were Ken Hattih The men's arrows were heroic tales (some true, some with Lorraine Cornish and launched into the .,air in false) with the assistance of second, Ken Stevenson with many directions at numer- ample firewater. JoAnn Lake. In Flight 3, Jim ous targets. They beat the Under the direction of Zellers with Judy Porep-Lul- bushes for hours in vain young Rick Hogan and his lo led second, Hal Thompson searches for successful hits. wife, Lynne, the hunted withPat Grew. Meanwhile, the women game was cooked to perfec- place! Mary Trafton and Margie Joseph. represented Mount Hough Golf Club in the Northern California Women's Four Ball Tourna- ment Sept. 20-21. The two- day event was held at beau- tiful Quail Lodge Golf Resort in Carmel. The pair made the long trip and was rewarded with coming home in third place. Photo submitted *i I li ,! I PLUMAS PINES GOLF RESORT S per playerincluding cart Valid Any Day of the Week NOW through the end of the 2010 Season Valid until October 23, 2010. Includes 18 holes of g01f with cart and dinner at L0ngboards (soup or salad, entree, and tax included, beverage and tip i not included). Golf Course will remain open weather permitting, i www.plumaspinesgolf.com For Tee Times & Information: El 530-836-1420 i J02 P021ardalldyRoad G,aea=gl., c.,,= for=.ia i I C Coupon Good for 1 to 4 players 'p ~ ~ C I i I O .Must Present Coupon at Time of Check-ln IlIL i~ O| IpU Valid 7 Days A Weekr ~ ~ PU I I O PLUMAS PINES Not Valid with Any Other Offer Per Player O I ......... .... I N GOLF RESORT - Good Through End of 2010 Season (includes cart) N I mm m am m m am mm ml mm m mmm m mmm mm m mmm mm m am "m mm m m mm mmm ,,m m .11 .... Golf & Dinner Special bar & grill $