The Monday Madness event format was what is called “In the Box.” In the box is usually used for a two-person team and means one net score on the par fours, two net scores on the par threes, and an assigned member’s net score counts for the team score on the par fives.
The format used in the Monday Madness four-person team was a variation of the usual “In the Box.” In this format, the assigned member’s net score on each hole is added to the best net score of the other three members on hole one through 16. On hole 17 and 18, the two best net scores are used to determine the team’s score.
There was a tie for first place between the teams of Karen Fraser, George Fraser, Bob McIlroy and Tom Fregulia and the team of Loraine Cornish, Jack Cornish, Jack Heskett and Jim Oster with scores of 120.
Graeagle Meadows Men’s Annual Fall Meeting And Two Man Scramble.
The Graeagle Men’s Golf Association held their annual Fall Members’ Meeting and two-man scramble.
Elected to the Board of Directors for the 2014 golf season were president Chuck Frank, vice president Jim Judd, secretary Chuck Gielow, treasurer Jim Brennan, men’s tournament chairman Dan Friedman, couples’ tournament chairman Chuck Pratt, handicap/rules chairman Mike Irving, food committee chairman George Fraser, communications director Norm Miller, past president Bryan Hansen.
The Two Man Scramble Tournament that followed was divided into two flights, the Standard Flight and the Combo Flight.
The first place winners in the Standard Flight were Bob Randall and Wally Walker with a net score of 64. Second place was won be Dan Anderson and Ron Easton with a score of 65. Third place was won by Jack Gilbert and Robert Caskie in a card-off with a score of 67. Fourth place was won Rick Hogan and Tom Balestri with a score of 67.
In the Combo Flight, the winners were Dick Fearing and Gary Kinkley with a score of 65. Second place winners were John Grasso and Tom Fregulia with a score of 66. Third place was won by Duane Austin and Tom Gossett with a score of 69.
Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Results
On Tuesday, Oct. 1, the game of the day was 1-4-1.Playing in 4-person teams, the lowest net was added to lowest putts per hole.After a couple of blind draws, the results ended in a 3-way tie for the lead.
Using card-off rules, the team who came out in first place was Bev Parry, Janet Holladay, Jackie Luckey and Connie Raheb.Second place was Betsy Schadrack, Jennifer Zumbro and blind draws Shirley Agnos and Jackie Luckey.Third place was Mary Stonebraker, Diane Trainor, Shirley Agnos and Jackie Luckey.
The teams who didn’t win squat but had a terrific time together were Pat Nichols, Cindy Donohue, Lana Janovick, and Cathy Cianciolo and the team of Renee Walker, Jan Anderson, Barb Crist, and Priscilla Piper.
Two chip-ins were recorded by Cindy Donohue and Jackie Luckey.
The next day, our Awards Luncheon was held at Longboards.
An “outgoing” captain’s gift was presented to Cathy Cianciolo for her work the last year and a half.
New captain, Jackie Luckey, presided over the meeting and presented awards for Captain’s Cup, Plumas Cup (match play), Club and Handicap Championship, Eclectic play, and the Jody Lindroth Most Improved Player award, plus recorded birdies over the season.There are still more Tuesdays to play with the ladies at Plumas Pines so don’t miss an opportunity to come out and play during October!
Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club
Oct. 1, 2013
This week offered two days of ladies’ golf. On Tuesday, a small field of faithful golfers competed in a game called Three Blind Mice. Each lady played her own ball and, at the end, three holes were thrown out by the pro shop. Our winner was Barbara Competello who shot an 80. Diane Romig was second with 94. Good going ladies!
The other ladies’ golf day was Wednesday, which was our annual outing to Martis Camp in Truckee. Such a treat to spend the day there enjoying the beautiful course, the amazing clubhouse, and relaxed golf, all in crisp clear fall weather . And who couldn’t get used to having one caddy per foursome! They enhanced the experience! Our three foursomes had a great golf day and then lunch with our pro Tad.
Mt. Huff Golf Scores
Breezy, sunny, cool - perfect Fall golf weather! They came out in droves to participate in the Wednesday Morning Scramble at Mt. Huff on Oct. 2.
The first place scoring team came in at seven under par, making Greg Stevens, Jeff Stevens, and Bill McRoberts very happy. (Talk about a power team, wow!)
In second place at three under par were team members Todd Posch, Ron Christensen and Ralph Cote.
Closest to the pin was won byRobert Turcotte and Ted Trafton won the chip-in contest.
The daylight hours are getting shorter, but a good turnout was at Mt. Huff for the final Thursday Night Scramble on Oct. 3.
In first place at seven under par was the team of Greg Stevens, Todd Johns and Margie Joseph.
Coming ina distant second at one under par was the team of Jeff Stevens, Ralph Cote, Don Guess, and Leaf VanPelt.
Long drive wasaccomplished by ZackRussell and Don Guess got it closest to the pin.
A great hot chili and cornbread feedtook the chill out of theevening and was prepared to celebrate the final Thursday scramble byLoren andVirginia Lindner. Dessert was a birthday cake for Ralph Cote, who is now close to golfing his age. Note that the cake had no blue in the decorations. The cake was red and white in honor of a “milestone” birthday! (Enjoy those red and white tees, Ralph!)
Good food, good friends, good times.
Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club
On Thursday, Oct. 3, Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club members braved low temperatures and gale force wind gusts to play Mutt and Jeff.Mutt and Jeff is a four-person team game in which all four gross scores count on the four par threes, the four par fives, plus the longest par four hole.The total is then reduced by one-half the team’s total handicap amount.All play was from the combo tees.
Congratulations go to the following teams:First place with a score of 142.5, Linda Bilger, Maureen Ford, Karen Linde and Susie Wiese; second place, Ellen Fearing, JoAnn Lake, Dink Rife and Donna Swanson (144.5); and, third place, Lois Childress, Priscilla Piper, Bev Reynolds and Esther Rimbault (147.5).Giuliana Glazer, Donna Swanson and Karen Linde each made one chip-in.
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