Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club
On Tuesday, Aug. 14, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club had a two-person team competition. The modified Stableford scoring method was used. Each team was given a certain number of points per hole, depending on what their “better ball” was on that hole. For example, a par was scored as “2” points and a birdie was scored as “3” points. It was really a fun way to play and it forced you to keep your head in the game! The ultimate winners were Sharon Russell and Denise Stein. Congratulations. Happy golfing to everyone.
Lake Almanor West Women’s Golf
Today’s game was “The Flag;” players add 72 to their handicap. When they reach that number in play, they plant their flag, closest to the clubhouse wins.
First flight winner was Kathi Shennan — she came in four strokes under her score.
Second flight winner was Charlene Ferguson.
Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble
The Chips Fire didn’t stop the chip-ins, no, not at all. The Wednesday Morning Scramble at Mt. Huff Gold Course Aug. 15 went off just fine.
In first place was the team of Dick Grace, Jerry Hobbs and Greg Stevens.
In second place were Don Christensen, Mike Ingle and Leo Sorosinski.
Closest to the pin was taken by Mike Ingle.
There was a three-way tie for the chip-in contest, with Jerry Hobbs, Jerry Quam and Ralph Cote doing the victory dance.
Not to be outdone, Jerry Hobbs stole everyone’s thunder by scoring a hole-in-one on No. 8! Drinks were on Jerry!
Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club
The Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club 29th annual Invitational Tournament was held Aug. 6 – 7. The theme this year was Glitz, Glamour & Games. The tournament format was One Low Net Ball and One Low Gross Ball per team. Thanks to the hard work of the Plumas Pines golf professionals, golf shop staff, Longboard’s staff and many volunteers, the participants enjoyed great golf, a wonderful breakfast and lunch each day and priceless entertainment. Daily first- and second-place teams in each flight received prizes. Awards were also given for closest to the pin, longest drive, most accurate drive, best dressed foursome, horse race and poker run.
The combined two-day winning teams were: Monte Carlo Flight: first place, Sue Snow, Janet Ott, Sherrie McGhee and Sandy Goble; second place, Mary Stonebraker, Elaine Easterling, Kathy Dunn and Marcia Ziegler; third place, Jackie Chavez, Sandy Gautschi, Frances Macomber and Bettye Carmichael; fourth place, Susie Davis, Shari Loyd, Linda Morago, Shirley Nakasugi. Las Vegas Flight: first place, Carole Benson, Lynda McWilliams, Nanci Brieschke, Margot Fulmer; second place, Jackie Luckey, Geri Butterfield, Connie Raheb and Cathy Churchill; third place, Diane Trainor, Marilyn Nichols, Sharon Rogers and Jan Talbott; fourth place, Katy Magliano, Mary Schultz, Betty Obradovich and Priscilla Piper. Mandalay Flight: first place, Janet Grijalva, Nancy Bartlett, Jeannie Hansen and Katherine McKeague; second place, Mary Peters, Carol Desmond, Cheryl Crofoot and Gale Vesco; third place, Kathie Khalar, Linda Chappelear, Rosemary Campbell and Tina Jeffries; fourth place, Beverly Donato, Cindy Jurkovich, Aggie Keese and Beverly Parry.
Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club
Each year in August, the Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club plays a three-day tournament to determine the club champion. On Thursday, Aug. 16, Priscilla Piper won the tournament and was named the club champion for the 18th time. The runner-up was Kathy Sipel.
In the first flight Cheryl Brennan won for best low net score with Bev Reynolds taking second place low net. Debbie Peterson won for low gross in the second flight. Taking first place low net was Ellen Fearing with Dee Walker taking second and JoAnn Lake coming in third.
Linda Bilger had the best low gross score in the third flight. Taking first place for low net was Sue Taylor with Gail Arterburn taking second. Lois Childress took third place low net.
Following the tournament, the members enjoyed a delicious lunch at the Graeagle Meadows Clubhouse.
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