Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club
On Tuesday, July 17, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club had its monthly “Ace of Aces” qualifying round. The low gross winner was Lynn Smith who shot a gross 85. The low net winner was Mary Ann Crowe with a net 73. Congratulations to both ladies. We will have more qualifying rounds in August and September, so, ladies, be sure to sign up and play so you can win a spot! Our final “Ace of Aces” tournament will be held Tuesday, Sept. 18. Happy golfing …
Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club
“Fore Amigas” was the theme for the annual Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club Invitational held July 12. Beginning with a shotgun start, the game played was two best balls gross and/or two best balls net, with one player in the box on one hole.
In the first flight the low gross winning team was Annie Meyer, Jacquie McMaster, Kathy Sipel and Renee Walker. Winning low net were Alaine Flynn, Holly Anderson, Cindy Sharp and Linda Scarff. Taking second place low net was Debbie Peterson, Linda Bilger, Michelle Duchi and Wanda Hollenbecks with Elane Romig, Gail Nelson, JoAnn Lake and Virginia Luhring taking third place.
Anne Fronk, Betty Obradovich, Janet Grijalve and Katy Magliano won for low gross in the second flight. Winning low net was the team of Annie Fisher, Carol Desmond, Judy Porep-Lullo and Robin VanMetre. Second place low net was won by Diane Trainor, Priscilla Piper, Jennifer Zumbro and Terre Thomas. Beverly Reynolds, Karen Fraser, Kathy Khalar and Tina Jeffries took third place. In the closest to the pin contest Virginia Luhring won for the first flight and Betty Seidel won in the second flight.
Following play members and guests enjoyed a “South of the Border” lunch in the beautifully decorated Graeagle Meadows Club House.
Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club
The Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club played for low net Tuesday, July 17. There was just one flight and the winners were: first place, Nina Dupont-Stone with 65; second place, Jackie Luckey with 70; third place, Mary Stonebraker with 73; and fourth place, Renee Walker with 76.
The only chip-in for the day was for birdie on the seventh hole, scored by Nina Dupont-Stone.
Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble
A cooler morning and a good turnout of golfers greeted the day at the Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble July 18. Off to a late start due to road repair delays, the teams placed well.
In first place was the team of John Hackett, Barbara Quam and David Smuts.
Second place team members were Dick Grace, Mike Ingle and Darel Joseph.
Closest to the pin competition was won by Mike Ingle.
For the second week in a row, there was no winner for closest to the pin. It should be a hot competition next week!
West Almanor Women’s Golf
Is this the middle of July? In jacket weather under leaky skies, 12 eager ladies played a successful 18-hole round. The game was “T’s” and “S’s,” with scores on the holes beginning with T and S being tabulated to determine the winners. The first flight winner with a 32.5 was Kathi Shennan. Lori Sinclair was second with a 33. Carolyn Willhoit, first, and Donna Huhn, second, both had 37.5 in the second flight. Ardythe Coad had a chip-in on four and Julie Azevedo had a birdie on 12.
We are developing a nine-hole group and looking for more participants. We may or may not have a handicap or keep score and we are all winners. Our starting time has us finishing about the same time as the “Big Girls” when we all have lunch together. Our new chef, Janet, has an extensive menu and the service and food is wonderful — especially the french fries. Give it a try even if you don’t play golf.
We have had to change the date of our big tournament from Aug. 16 to Aug. 23. Call Julie Azevedo at 259-2315 if you want to join the fun. Hope to have more of you join us next week.
Mt. Huff Thursday Evening Scramble
Cool and cloudy weather and a brisk breeze greeted the golfers for the Thursday Evening Scramble at Mt. Huff Golf Course July 19. Fortunately, the wind was blowing in the right direction!
In first place were team members Casey Kingdon, Ralph Cote, Amanda Sheffield and David who with five birdies in a row scored 5 under par.
In second place at 3 under par was the team of Jerry Quam, Joe Martin, Cooper Kingdon and Margie Joseph.
The closest to the pin honor was taken by Mike Ingle and Dave Smuts scored the longest drive.
Bailey Creek Women’s Club
There was a good turnout for the Bailey Creek Women’s Club playday and club meeting July 11, playing a “low net” game. In the A-flight Barbara Moore came in first, Wynnetta Regli was second and Lee Hunter and Jan Vortman tied for third. In the B-flight, Joan Eychner placed first followed by Jenni Cesarin, second. Highlights were when Doris Prince chipped in on No. 12, and Wynnetta and Jenni birdied holes four and 13, respectively.
A delightful, cool day lent itself to an especially inviting Guest Day Wednesday, July 18. Along with members, guests enjoying the course and lunch were Lee Gates (Foxwood), Sophia Wages, Giovanna Zinn and Merrilyn Reddick (Susanville) and Linda Gee and Katie Cutler (Napa). “Eenie Meenie” was the game with the following results: A-flight, Sophia Wages (first), Merrilyn Reddick (second), Linda Gee and Wynnetta Regli (tie for third); B-flight, Joan Eychner (first), Karen Treanor (second), Diana Pallari and Joyce Gronroos (tie for third). New members are always welcome or if you would like to join the group on Guest Day, contact Jenni Cesarin at 284-7469.
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