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Golf Report for the week of 9/21/2011

LACC Women’s Golf Club

Sept. 13; Low Gross and Putts

First flight: first place, Mary Craig; second place, Sue Hudson; third place, Sandy Feeney; fourth place, Darlene Donaldson.

Second flight: first place, Barbara Marquardt, Carol Parish; third place, Karen Smidt; fourth place, Joan Johnson.

Chip-ins: Sandy Feeney, Mary Craig.

Putts: Marcia Spooner.

Birdies: Mary Craig, Sue Hudson, Shirley Freeman.

 

Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club

Flamingo tournament, Sept. 7.

The 10th annual Flamingos flocked to Plumas Pines for the “Pink” tournament hosted every year by the founder, Mary Stonebraker. The night before the tournament found a very busy Mary Stonebaker delivering “all things flamingo” to the participants. By morning, light posts, front yards, mailboxes had the neighbors wondering about the “pink” artifacts which appeared with the dawn’s light were all about. Twenty women of the PPWGC joined in the fun. The only requirement for the players was to wear something pink (which explained why some of the players had strange looking pink bird hats on).

The format was a shamble and the winning team of Connie Raheb, Betsy Schadrack, Janet Grijalva and Beverly Donato won with a net score of 57.7, winning the beginning of the “sometimes” pretty gaudy prizes.

Second place: Mary Blaylock, Toni Conen, Donna Burt, Mary Stonebraker.

Third place: Scooter Kidwell, Jan Pierce, Shirley Agnos.

Fourth place: Jennifer Zumbro, Joni Gerbasi, Mary Peters, Pat Nichols.

Fifth place: Cathy Cianciolo, Nancy Bartlett, Jan Talbott and Kathy Gray. It was only the beginning of each and every one winning a prize to denote the Flamingo theme.

Following play, the ladies migrated to Mary Stonebraker’s home for a potluck, pictures and a lot of laughs. Many stories were told of the entertainment achievements of our players. One example of the expertise of one involved was Toni Conen hitting the ball across the water, hitting a tree, careening across the green, hitting the flagstick and dropping into the hole. How many can top that?

Mary says, “This is my final swan-Flamingo song.” The tournament has had so many laughs, so much fun and we all thank her for this event. Not sure we will let it fade as a memory … the flamingos may go south for a year, but they may return. Let’s hope so.

 

Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club

Every year the Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club plays a partnership eclectic for two days. Each team has four chances to get their best low net score on each hole. This year the competition was played on Sept. 1 and 8. The winners in the first flight were Bev Reynolds and Renee Miller with a score of 57. Lynne Hogan and Alaine Flynn took second place with a score of 59. Taking third place were Barbara Crist and Dee Walker with a score of 60.

Betty Seidel and Carol Desmond won first place in the second flight with a score of 56. Taking second place was Debbie Peterson and Linda Bilger with a score of 58. There was a tie for third place between the teams of Lorraine Cornish and Sharon Rogers and Annie Fischer and Lois Childress. Each had scores of 59.

 

Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club

Sept. 13 was a team game, format was the best two balls in a four-person team.

First place team winners:  Beverly Donato, Shirley Agnos, Janet Grijalva and Cathy Cianciolo.

Second place team winners (involved a card-off): Annie Meyer, Renee Walker, Nancy Bartlett and Jeannie Hansen.

 

Bailey Creek Women’s Club

Low Gross/Low Net was the format of the Bailey Creek Women’s Club on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

Low gross was won by Barbara Moore with 94.

Second place was won by Wynnetta Regli with 102.

Low net was won by Donna Toothman with 70.

Second place was won by Diana Palari, also with 70.

Diana Palari also won the “putt pot” with 32 puts.

Our monthly meeting followed play with burgers and fries enjoyed by all.

 

Mt. Huff Golf Course

On Thursday, Sept. 15, we fielded nine teams for our now famous “Nine and Dine.” After a chip-off between David Smuts and Greg Stevens, having both come in at four under, David Smuts, Darel Joseph and Vickie and Dennis Fitzgerald came in first while Greg Stevens, Dick Dalton and Scott Abrams came in second, with the team of Ruth and Bill McRoberts, Carl Bloom and Bob Forcino coming in a close third.

Scott Abrams was the grand champion this week, winning both closest to the pin and the longest drive. Congrats to Scott.

We will be having at least two more scrambles, weather permitting, and then a decision will be made for October. Dinners will continue to follow, so for $20 you can play nine holes and have a great dinner. Carts extra. Hope to see you there.

 

Lake Almanor West Women’s Golf Club

Today’s game was “Odd or Even” minus half of your handicap.

First flight winners were: first place, Carol Regimbal with a 29; second place, Diane Howell with a 34; third place, Linda Kluge with a 36.

Second flight winners were: first place, Shirley Friedrichs with a 34.5; second place, Carolyn Soper with a 36; third place, Cheryl Springfield with a 36.5.

We also had four chip-ins today and two birdies.

Our chip-in winners were: Arelythe Coad on No. 5, Judy Cooper on No. 6, Carolyn Soper on No. 9 and Shirley Friedrichs on No. 15.

Our birdies were: Linda Kluge on No. 3, and Shirley Friedrichs on No. 15.

Only two more play days before our season is over — hard to believe that fall is just around the corner, but the leaves were starting to fall on the course today, and the geese are getting ready to fly. So, that always makes for interesting play.

 

Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club

Each week the Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club plays a different game. This week, Sept. 15, members chose scores of their best nine holes, either front or back.

The winner in the first flight for the best low net score was Ann Pratt. Coming in second place was Cathy Churchill. There was a tie for third place between Susan Wiese and Bev Reynolds.

In the second flight, JoAnn Lake had the best low net score. Second place was won by Lorraine Cornish with Donna Swanson coming in third. Sue Taylor won first place low net in the third flight. Jay Fisher came in second with Esther Rimbault taking third place.

Lorraine Cornish, Gail Nelson, Pat Grew, Carol Desmond and Sue Taylor had chip-ins.

 

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