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2C Wednesday, Sept. 8,2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter f HIGH COUNTRY GOLF GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ladies The other foursomes out on the course Aug. 31 knew something spectacular had happened when they heard the air burst with loud screams from a nearby par 3. Marcia Zeigler had choked down on her pitching wedge to tee off on the par-3 16th hole, which was playing at 89 yards to the pin. The ball bounced on the front of the green and slowly rolled its way toward the hole and right into the cup! Zeigler'.s team, which in- cluded Chris Hyatt, Virginia Luhring and Della Miller went on to win the day's game. Teams were given 50 per- cent of their handicap and each player had to choose their best nine-hole score, front or back, after play to create a combined low net team score. Zeigler's team won with a net 148. Sierra Nevada Travel Cup One month to go for the 2010 Sierra Nevada Travel Cup competition August results: Plumas Pines over Wild- creek - 60.5- 29.5 Graeagle Meadows over Dia- mond Mountain - 48 - 42 Rosewood Lakes over 49.5 - 30.5 YTD results: Plumas Pines, 226.5 points Graeagle Meadows, 197 Rosewood Lakes, 186 Diamond Mountain, 183.5 Wildcreek, 153.5 Bailey Creek, 133.5 Lake Almanor West Golf Results The game for August 28 was a team game of low net, low gross. Four teams of three golfers competed. The team of Carolyn Soper, Joyce Ayres and Kathi Shen- nan (blind draw) won the low net prize. The team of Sally Weller, Faunie Menke and Karen DeMoe won the low gross prize. Birdies were made by Kathi Shennan and Sally Weller. Chip-ins were made by Karen Nelson, Car- olyn Soper, Joyce Ayres and Sally Weller. Sept. 2 was a beautiful summer day for the ten play- ers who came out for low net and putts. There was only one winner paid in each flight. Linda Kluge was the winner in the first flight, second flight winner was Sally Weller and Joyce Ayres won in the third flight. Salty Weller won the putts money. One birdie was made by Kathi Shennan and one chip-in was made by Shirley Friedrichs. LACC MEN'S CLUB LACC Men's Club sent four of their finest to Mon- terey for the 4-man/2-ball Northeast Zone champi- onship. After day one, the four lads were in third place out of 18 other clubs. The second day proved more daunting as they added nine strokes over the first day's total. Notable finish places after the 2nd day: 1st, Fall River; 2nd, Lake Ridge; 4th, Mt. I Greg Bice (from left), Jim Leonard, Jim Drake and Larry Prentke represented Lake Almanor Country Club in the NCGA North Sier. ra Zone Championship July 29 - 30, at Quail Lodge and Poppy Hills. Photo submitted Huff (262); 9th, LACC (267); 10th, Bailey Creek (271); 16th, Graeagle (276); 18th, Di- amond Mtn. (289). Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Keeping track of score- cards seemed to be the game of the day for Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club mem- bers. Tuesday, August 31, play- ers competed in the final qualifying round of Cap- tain's Cup, a PWGA Qualify- ing Round, Partner's Eclec- tic, and it was the first round of the Club Champi- onship! All in all, it was a fun day with a lot of players who also stuck around after golf to celebrate Mary Stone- braker's hole-in-one that she scored a couple of weeks ear- lier. The results of the Cap- tain's Cup was the only pay- ing tournament of the day. Qualifying for the playoff the end of the month was Re- nee Walker for Low Gross (91) and Nancy Bartlett for Low Net (72). Also winning in the Low Putt category was Janie Grosman (29) (with a shout-out to Kathy Sipel). The remainder of the field was divided into 3 flights and the winners were as follows: In the first flight, Annie Mey- er won Low Gross (95), Kathy Sipel won Low Net (75), and Janet Holladay won 2nd Low Net (78). In the second flight, Mary Peters won Low Gross (103), Diane Trainer won Low Net (79), and Jan Pierce won 2nd Low Net (80). In the third flight, Lorraine Cornish won Low Gross (108), Janet Grijal- va won Low Net (76), and Shirley Agnes won 2nd Low Net (77). Four chip-ins were recorded by Mary Stonebrak- er, Shirley Agnes, Janet Hol- laday, and Carole Benson. To have your golf club in- cluded in the weekly results, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3p.m. Note to all golf pros: ' Please submit any hole-in-one announce- ments, new course records or any other newsworthy golf events to sports@plumasnews.c om. We also encourage you to e-mail photos of golf newsmakers to the same address. CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS 7 Oct: 7 .... The Eastern Plumas Health Care Foundation's annual golf tournament is Thursday, Oct. 7, at White- hawk Ranch Golf Club. A shotgun start is at 11 a.m., and hers d'oeuvres and a silent auction will follow golf at 5 p.m. For more information, contact Tiffany Williams at or 832-6564. Grizzly Ranch Golf Club LIMITED PUBLIC PLAY Please Call s: 530-832-4200 The legend at... Golf Resort Come see all the improvements! Only $40 for the rest of the season! I Includes Cart! 530-832-5067 One of the High Sierra's Most Beautiful Resorts Full Bar and Lunchtime Grill Golf Course Villas for Nightly & Weekly Stays Facility Rental for Your Events Oct. 11 High Sierra Animal Res- cue's sixth annual Duffers for the Dogs Golf Tourna- ment, a golf tournament to benefit the High Sierra Ani- mal Rescue, is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 11 at White- hawk Ranch Golf Club. Registration is from 9-10 a.m. with a 10:30 am shotgun. Activities include 4-person scramble (both handicap and non-handicap flights) and Men's & Women's closest to the hole (2 each, pays 1st & rice:faCility; rang6 bai; tee prize, snack, full sta din- ner (no-host cocktails at 5:30 p.m. and dinners at 6:30 p.m. at the Graeagle Fire Hall), awards and a chance at the door prize. Entry deadline: Sept. 21, or the first 144 players. For more information: email in- fo@highsierraanimalrescue. org or call Debbie Peterson at 836-2126 or Chuck Franck at 836-2104. To have a charitable golf 2nd place). A prize drawing tournament listed on this cal- ls also planned. Entry fee: endar, e-mail the information $125 per player, includes to greens fees, cart, use of prac- or fax it to 283-3952. l . ..  , .  ... , Golf Course 18 l lole Championship Course TUESDAY SPECIAL $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 llwy 89, Graeagle MT HUFF GOLF COURSE HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS .,,.. 4528 yards ... Par 66 THE ,,B,G 6- I00/IIIWHAS BEEN MOVED TO SAT., OCT. 2nd!! SCRAMBLE 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 speciafl ] Tee times recommended Open Daily 8am,6pm (weather permitting) 284-6204 Hole inone It may have been just another ladies day out at White- hawk Ranch Tuesday, Aug. 31, for most of the players, but it was an exceptionally special round for Marcia Zeigler who had her first ever, and very exciting, hole-in- one! Photo submitted Monday - Thursday: 9 holes *20, 18 holes s30 Friday - Sunday: 9 holes '25, 18 holes *35 Juniors: 9 holes '15, 18 holes *25 Pull cart rental: add *5 836-1253 65899 Highway 70, Blairsden-Graeagle I !! ...... !I i i Ill r, ll: ]]tll /Ih1I'ii!I!.i!]IIdiIii1iIIIIiiI!IIi!i'I. lil'/rY]lI:r -! ::-iiiii I;: , |1 r:|:iit:/i,111