Golf Results for the week of 7/17/2013

Whitehawk Ladies Golf Results

  On Monday evening, a cocktail party was held at the home of Virginia Luhring to kick off our member-member pair drawing. Drinks and food just added to the event.

  Tuesday morning the 12 partners hit the links with high expectations.

  While enjoying a picnic on the lawn, the winners were announced.

  First Low Net winners were the team of Lynn Smith and Denise Stein, coming in second was the team of Cynthia Faulk and Ann Verutti and third low net winners were Judy Miller and Diane Romig.

  The low gross winning team was Nancy Johnson and Patsy Purvis, coming in second was Patty McNamara and Arline Simpson and third place went to Marsha Zeigler and MaryAnn Crowe.

  Congratulations to the winners. A great day was enjoyed by all the ladies.

L. A. C. C. Women’s Golf

July 9

  Today’s game was Just Net and Putts. Congratulations to Sandy Feeney and Dee Burson who tied for low net with a score of 67. Doris Kaiser had the lowest number of putts - 28.

  Other winners: In the first flight, Cindy Wittenberg was first with 68. Second place was a tie between Madeline Furman and Pat Drake, with 71. Fourth place went to Maggie Fleming with 73.

  In the second flight, Feeney and Burson tied for first. Lee Hunter, with a 69, was third, and Kathy Fuller (72) placed fourth.

  Third flight winners were: First place, Collette Prentke, with 69; tie for second place between Peggy Lentz and Joan D’Angelo, with 71. Fourth place went to Claudine Gurney, with a 72.

  There was only one birdie today, and that went to Sue Hudson, on hole No. 17. Three players had chip-ins: Claudine Gurney (No. 10); Evelyn Rodriguez (No. 16), and guest Joan Eychner (No. 4).

  Next week we have a full field for our Invitational tournament. The theme is “Hoist the Mizzen,” and we are looking forward to a fun-filled day as lady pirates take over our course.

Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club

  The Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club had a great turn out on Tuesday, July 9, and played Crier’s format.

  The winners were as follows: First Flight - First Place Janie Grosman. Second Place Renee Walker.

  Second Flight - First Place Scooter Kidwell. Second Place (tie) Jan Pierce and Janet Grijalva.

  Third Flight: First Place Connie Raheb. Second Place Jennifer Zumbro.

  There were four chip-ins for the day scored by Jackie Luckey, Scooter Kidwell, Janie Grosman and Nina Stone.

Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club

    On July 11, the Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club (GMWGC) held its annual Invitational.

    This year’s theme was the Swinging Senoritas. The event began at 7 a.m. with a substantial “continental breakfast” and an 8 a.m. shotgun start, followed by a hearty quesadilla luncheon, in keeping with the theme, and awards presentation in the newly remodeled Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant.

    The format was Two Best Balls of the Foursome. The Overall Invitational Champions were the team that carded the Low Gross Over-the-field score. Additionally, Low Net was paid in flights that were based on team handicaps. All play was from the Red Tees.

  The Overall Low Gross winners were D. Tainor/R. Walker/K. Sipel/A. Meyer, with a team score of 171.

  The First Flight Net winners included: First place, R. Miller/S.Miller/D. Walker/T.Wolcott with a team score of 119; second place, C. Brennan/L. Cornish/N. Fackelman/B. Shadrack with a team score of 125; third place, G. Nelson/J. Lake/V. Luhring/D. Romig with a team score of 126; and, fourth place, C. Churchill/R. Honnell/J. Luckey/S. Wiese with a score of 126.

  The Second Flight winners included: first place, D. Peterson/L. Bilger/M. Blaylock/J. Gherbasi with a team score of 121; second place, K. Berg/K. Linde/B. Parry/G. Verner winning in a card-off for a team score of 124 with third place winners, G. Bell/B. Donato/P. Nicohals/M. Stonebraker; and fourth place winners, A. Fronk/J. Grijalva/R. Magliano/B. Obradovich with a team score of 125.

  Closest to the hole honors on over the Feather River hole No. 3 go to: first flight, first place, Renee Honnell; second place Nancy Fackelman; second flight, first place, Lorraine Cornish; second place, Charlene Jetter.

  Special thanks go to Invitational Chair Karen Fraser, and assistants Bev Reynolds and Lorraine Cornish, as well as to their many volunteers from the women’s and men’s clubs and beyond, who provided a memorable Invitational experience for all. And, also to the staff of the Graeagle Meadows Golf Course and Restaurant for their work in providing a great venue and an excellent continental breakfast and luncheon. Mother Nature gets a special thanks for temperatures in the low 80’s.

    As a wise person once said, if you have enjoyable partners to play with and good weather, that’s two out of three and, if good golf happens, that is a bonus.

  On July 3 (on Wednesday, to accommodate the July 4 holiday), the GMWGC played a game called Crier’s Choice.

    In this game each player may revert her actual score on one par three, one par four, and one par five to par for that hole, then subtract her full handicap from the total.

    The field was small because of the impending Independence Day weekend in Graeagle, and all the houseguests that usually entails.

    Approximately one-third of the field and of each flight finishes “in the money” each week.

    In the Red Tee Division, First Flight, the winners were: first place was a three-way tie at a net score of 65 among Ellen Fearing, Alaine Flynn and Gail Nelson; and, Second Flight: first place, Renee Gielow with 63; second place, Dee Walker with 64; and third place, Giuliana Glazer with a 65.

    In the Combo (Red/Green Tee) Division there was one flight, and the winners were: first place, Lorraine Cornish with a score of 60; and, second place, Carol Desmond, with a 67.

    Chip-ins were made by Donna Swanson and Sue Taylor, both on hole No. 17.

Mt. Huff

Wednesday morning scramble

  We had a great turnout Wednesday morning and perfect weather for our scramble.

  In first place at 7 under was the team of Ted Trafton, Jim Bryant, Darel Joseph and Leo Sorosinski.

  In second place at 6 under was the team of Margie Joseph, Greg Stevens, and Dick Grace.

  The Chip-in was won by Don Sheffield.

  Closest to the pin was won by Ralph Cote.

 

Mt. Huff

Thursday Scramble

  On the Thursday Evening Scramble at Mt. Huff the weather and turnout was, once again, great!

  In first place at 4 under was the team of Darel Joseph, Cooper Kingdon, and Don Sheffield.

  In second place at 3 under was the team of Jeff Stevens, Ron Ridge, Jim Bryant, and Margie Joseph.

  Closest to the pin was won by Darel Joseph.

  And the long drive was won by Ron Ridge.

  Thank you all for coming out!

Graeagle Meadows Men’s Golf Club Wednesday Play

    The format for the regular Wednesday Men’s Club was the most 3’s on the card, the most 4’s on the card, and the most 5’s on the card. The winners in the White Tee Flight were: with a four-way tie for the most 3’s, Jim Reynolds, Ken Stevenson, Randy Peterson and Ken Hattich with seven 3s each; the most 4’s was won by Jim Adams with nine; the most 5’s was won by Mike Gibson with five. There were six skins won in the White Tee Flight. Mike Simpson and Bryan Hansen each won two skins, while Ken Stevenson and Chuck Gielow each won one skin.

  The winners in the Combo Flight were: the most 3’s was won by Jack Cornish with seven; the most 4’s was won by Bill Smidt with nine; the most 5’s was won by Aubrey Neish with eight. There were seven skins won in the Combo Flight. Ron Eaton won two, Bill Smidt, Duane Austin, Aubrey Neish, Jack Cornish and Jim Bilger each won one skin.

Mt. Huff Scores

  On Sunday, July 13, the Mt. Huff Golf Course held a handicap par three tournament. Spectacular weather, great turn-out, and good spirits prevailed.

  Ron Christensen won first place.

  In second place was Glenn Thomas.

  After the second place winner, it was pretty much the Greg Stevens show. Greg got the third place spot, came in closest to the pin on number two and scored the longest putt on hole number 5. ’Atta boy, Greg!

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