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Golf results for the week of 9/26/2012

Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club

  On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf 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 Wednesday; 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 excitement 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 Indian 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 Christensen, 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 contest 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 tournament 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 format: “Cha, Cha, Cha.” Then we came back to the clubhouse 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 Cummings, June Park, Shirley Carney

  Third place with a 118: Linda 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 Kotyluk, Arlene Cary, Adrienne Fagalde

  Closest to the Pin winners:

#3 Carol Lundsford, #6 Sherry Cole, #12 Charlene Ferguson, #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 mention a big thank you to everyone 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 completed its annual Partners Eclectic 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 second with a score of 60. There was a tie for third place. The teams of Holly Anderson and Susie Wiese and Gail 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 second place with the teams of Donna Swanson and Annie Fischer and Lorraine Cornish and Betty Seidel with scores of 60.

    Four teams tied for third place with scores of 61: Giuliana Glazer and Lois Childress, Jennifer Baker and Renee Gielow, Dink Rife and Janet Reihsen, and Karen Fraser and Jay Fisher.

Bailey Creek Women’s

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  Welcoming the fall weather and the blue skies, the Bailey 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 (1st), 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 gathered for a game of “Odd Holes.”

  Winners in the A-Flight were Wynnetta Regli (1st) and Donna White (2nd). The B-Flight was won by guest, Ginger Burgess (1st), 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 Susanville Oct. 3.

  The club is accepting membership 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 3 p.m.

 


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