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Golf Report for the week of 8/31/2011


Bailey Creek Golf

Wed., Aug. 24, the Bailey Creek Women’s Club played a format of Low Net.

First flight winners were Karen Ashe in first place and Wynnetta Regli in second.

Second flight winners were Karen Treanor in first place and Diana Pallari in second.

Other mentionables: Karen Ashe broke 100 today; Linda Layland had a chip-in on hole 5; and the Mystery Prize went to Carolyn Souper.

Save the date: Wednesday, Sept. 7, Susan G. Komen Rally for the Cure.

Place: Bailey Creek.

Time: 9 a.m. shotgun with check-in at 8 a.m.

Format: two-person Alternate Shot (handicaps will be used).

Entry Fee: $75 per person; fee includes green fees, cart, range balls, lunch, snack and “pink” lemonade at the turn; Marshmallow Putting Contest at 8:30 (pre-event); and many, many extras: closest to pin on all par 3s, longest drive, most number of birdies, Mulligans.

Deadline: Wednesday, Aug. 31.

Contact: Bailey Creek, 259-4653; or April Boyle, 342-0617.

Let’s fill the field for the Rally.

 

Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club

The Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club Annual Member-Guest Tournament, the “Wild, Wild West Cowgirl Classic,” started off with a “bang” on Monday evening, Aug. 22.

WHRLGC captain Denise Stein hosted a pre-tournament cocktail party at “the saloon” of her beautiful home.

On Tuesday, Aug. 23, the tournament was held with a record 72 participants.

The four-player team results were:

First net winners: Patty McNamara (member), Mary Craig, Chris Hyatt (member), Sue Gardiner.

Second net winners: Jenine Fraser (member), Dottie Hattich, Toni Dick (member), Robbie Bos.

Third net winners: Laurie Mckenzie (member), Cheri Elink-Schuurman, Mary Ann Crowe (member), Arlyne Rezatto.

First gross winners: Marcia Zeigler (member), Jacquelyn McMaster, Nancy Johnson (member), Lynette Ponath.

Second gross winners:  Brenda Knott (member), Rita Byorick, Ruth Carroll, Robbin Sanchez.

Third gross winners: Virginia Luhring (member), Scooter Kidwell, Diane Romig (member), Priscilla Piper.

Individual honors included: closest to the pin: Sharon Russell (member), Susan Grandmaison (guest); longest drive: Nancy Johnson (member), Lynette Ponath (guest); most accurate drive: Virginia Luhring (member), Robbin Sanchez (guest).

Special thanks to the tournament chair, Patty McNamara.  All the participants had a “boot-stomping” good time!

Lake Almanor Women’s Golf Club

Aug. 25 was a fun day on the course, we played golf with the geese. They are very accepting of us. Today’s game was “Back Nine with half the handicap.”

The first flight winners were: first place, Betty Duncan with a 31; second place, Kathi Shennan with a 36.

The second flight winners were: first place, Charlene Ferguson with a 34; second place, Carolyn Soper with a 34.5.

LACC Women’s Golf Club

Fifty players signed up for our annual Captain & Crew event participating in the Godfather game Aug. 23. Gangster costumes and props were optional; however, everyone was given a pin-on black tie and a See’s chocolate candy cigar to set the mood for the day’s activities. Each team was assigned a “family name,” and each family had a godfather who rubbed out one worthless hole for their game score.

The “Zia Guido” family of Madeline Furman, Judie Crain, Angie Gamble and Karen Schmidt came in first place. Second place was taken by the “Cortese” family of Joan Johnson, Mary Ann Broderick, Kathy Fuller and Collette Prentke. In third place was the “Vizzini” family of Carolyn Lowery, Pat Drake, Janet Hancock and Jacquie Longsworth. The “Battaglia” family of Kathy Chuchel, Tody Cutler, Carol Griswold and Amanda Hosman came in fourth place. There was a tie for fifth place between the “Gambino” family of Sue Hudson, Jude Morse, Carolyn Soper and Jean Rolls and the “Bonano” family of Barbara Leonard, Betsy Steen, Evelyn Rodriguez and Jill Dalton.

After the shoot-out, everyone fled to Recreation Area No. 1, decorated in black and white and red, where the luncheon meeting took place. Golf awards for this season were presented, and the election of bosses for the 2011-12 season was held.

The 2011 Club Champion award went to Trudy Leete. First flight winners in the club championship competition were Trudy Leete, first place; Darlene Donaldson, second place; and Kathy Roseler, third place. Low net winner in the first flight was Trudy Leete. In the second flight the winners were Kathy Fuller, first place; Karen Schmidt, second; and Martha Vlahos, third place. Low net winner for the second flight was Joan Johnson.

There were three flights in the Ringer contest. The winners of the first flight were first place, Madeline Furman; second place, Kathy Chuchel; and third place, Darlene Donaldson. In the second flight Carol Parish came in first place, Kathy Fuller was second and Carolyn Soper took third place. In the third flight Peggy Lentz came in first place, Angie Gamble was second and Joan Johnson was third.

Match Play awards in the first flight went to Martha Herr and Dana Seandel for first place, Sandy Feeney and Sue Sutton for second place, Jan Vortmann and Kathy Roseler for third place and Carolyn Soper and Fran Smith for fourth place. Second flight winners were Barbara Marquardt and Kathy Fuller for first place, Peggy Lentz and Judie Crain for second, Jude Morse and Cathy Rideout for third and Doris Kaiser and Jean Rolls for fourth place.

Kathy Chuchel won the Putter of the Year prize after beating all other monthly putting contest winners in a putt-off on the practice putting green.

The election for next season’s officers was held, and the following were installed for 2011-12: Nancy Foote, president; Jan Vortmann, vice president; Kathy Roseler, secretary; Karen Schmidt, treasurer; Sandy Feeney, handicap/membership chair; and Kathy Fuller, Genny Davis and Jessie King, tournament chairs.

The day ended with a skit performed by the godfather and his thugs (Jude Morse, Joan Johnson and Kathy Chuchel) culminating in President Nancy Foote being presented a gift of a stick-horse head in recognition of her work as script coordinator in the filming of the original movie “The Godfather.”

 

Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club

The Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club played another round in their Ace of Aces competition Thursday, Aug. 25. The winner for low gross score was Cathy Churchill. Cheryl Brennan had the winning low net score. In the first flight Priscilla Piper had the low gross score with Susie Wiese getting the best low net score. There was a tie for second place low net between Cathy Churchill and Janie Grosman.

Cheryl Brennan had the best low gross score in the second flight. Wanda Wideriksen won for low net score. Dee Walker and Lorraine Cornish tied for second place low net. Renee Miller had the best low gross score in the third flight with Sue Taylor taking low net. Second place low net was won by Carla Gibson. There was a tie for third place between Carolyn Zellers and Karen Fraser.

Holly Anderson, Susie Wiese, Ann Pratt, Cheryl Brennan, Dee Walker, Carolyn Zellers, Wanda Wideriksen and Esther Rimbault had chip-ins.

 

Mt. Huff Golf Course Wednesday morning

The glorious weather we have been enjoying for weeks remains with us and conditions are perfect for golf at Mt. Huff!

The Wednesday Morning Scramble had a good turnout Aug. 24.

The winning team members were Leo Sorosinski, Ralph Cote and Al Brubaker.

There were two teams who qualified for second place honors: the team of Loren Lindner, John Hackett and Don McConnell and the team of Mike Ingle, Darel Joseph and Jerry Hobbs.

There was no chip-in contest and the closest to the pin was won by Ralph Cote.

 

Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club

The Aug. 23 format on our Tuesdays Women’s club was “Triple Three” which translated into taking the total scores from three par 5s, three par 4s and three par 3s, then subtracting half the handicaps. This yielded:

First flight: low gross winner Janet Holladay, first low net Lorraine Cornish and second low net Mary Stonebraker.

Second flight: low gross winner Beverly Donato, first low net Mary Blaylock and second low net Shirley Agnos.

 

Mt. Huff

Thursday night

Seven teams came out for the Thursday night Nine and Dine of Aug. 25. The evenings are shortening but there is still plenty of time to come out and enjoy our Thursday evening.

The team of Leaf Van Pelt, Don Guess, Auston Linford and Slamming Zach Russell came in first at 7 under. The team of Gary Metzdorf, David Smuts, Ron Clark and Jeff Stevens came in second at 6 under.

Paul Eagan had a great drive for the longest drive and Slamming Zach Russell proved he could be not only a long hitter, but an accurate one for closest to the pin.

We will have scrambles as long as there is light and no bad weather. Come out for a good time, and a good meal. You don’t have to do both, either one is available.

Check out our specials. Also, dinners are served Friday and Saturdays nights and a great brunch is available Sundays from 10:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

 

To have your golf club included in the weekly results, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3 p.m.


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