Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club
The Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club held its annual three-round Captain’s Cup on June 8, 13 and 15. This year, thethree rounds could have been titled Winter, Spring and Summer, since the daily high temperatures were 48, 68 and 84, respectively.The Captain’s Cup is a netmatch play format, with each hole counting one point: the hole’s winner receives one point, the loserzero, and a half pointeach for a tie.Congratulations go to2017 Captain’s CupwinnerEllen Fearing, with36.5points andrunner-up Sharla Scott,with33.5points. Flight winners included:Flight A — first place,Karen Linde (31); second place,Priscilla Piper (30); and third place,Debbie Fuetsch (29.5).Flight B — first place,Sue Taylor (28.5); second place,Alaine Flynn (28); and third place,Cathy Churchill (26.5).Flight C — first place,Diane Forsberg (32.5); second place, Maureen Ford (30.5); and third place, Annie Fischer (28).
Final round play was followed by a well-attended awards luncheon at The Restaurant at Graeagle Meadows.
Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club
On Monday, June 5, PPWGC ladies played HERO – Two low nets of the foursome. Before the game, one player is marked on every hole of the scorecard, that person is the HERO. Her score can be used twice or not at all. With a score of 130 the team of Sharon Russell, Annie Meyer, Jennifer Zumbro and Jackie Luckey won first place. The team of Jan Anderson, Bev Parry, Connie Raheb and Cindy Donohue were in second place with a score of 135. Janet Grijalva had the only chip in of the day.
After a brief cold spell, Tuesday, June 13, was warm and perfect for golf. The ladies club played best net ball of the twosome. First place: Cathy Ciancolo and Mary Blaylock with a net score of 63. Second place: Laurie Humphries and Patty Rohman with 64. Third place: Sharon Russell and Scooter Kidwell with 66. Fourth place: Janet Grijalva and Mary Stonebraker with 67. No chip ins were scored. There was also a closest to the pin competition on Hole 11. Flight 1 (handicap 15-33) was won by Sharon Russell with 12 feet, 9 inches. Flight 2 (handicap 34-43) was won by Connie Raheb with 29 feet, 2 inches.
Graeagle Meadows Men’s Golf Association
Another very successful and enjoyable GMGA Invitational is in the books. The tournament was held on June 8, 9, and 10, with a putting contest on June 8. The weather was less than perfect on Friday but it did not dampen the spirits of the participants. The format was 2-man best ball on Friday with both balls counting on Saturday. The net results are attached below.
Congratulations to the winners of each flight and to the overall winners, John Capdeville and William Hite. John and William prevailed in the horse race which included the winners of each flight. John and William won via a chip off against Bob and Sean Baker on the final hole.
Thanks to Dr. John Scott for chairing the event. Thanks to Jay Hendrick the food chairman and John Grasso and his grill team for the excellent steak dinner.
Flight 1: John Capdeville and William Hite, 203.
Flight 2: Don Barnes and Rich Barnes, 209.
Flight 3: Bob and Sean Baker, 210.
Flight 4: Ken Hattich and Peter Fraser, 207.
Flight 5: George Fraser and Ron Vierra, 217.
The June 14 Play Day was a 2-man odd/even format. The low handicapper’s net ball was used on odd holes and the high handicapper’s net ball was used on even holes.
The team of Jim Adams and Bob McIroy shared first place with Andy Knudsen and Gary Reid, with a score of 70. Second place was won by Chuck Franck and Darrel Woods, with a score of 74. Jim Adams and John Grasso each won two skins, while Norm Nichols, Ralph Wittick, and Ron Eaton each had one.
John Grasso is putting together a Monday Play day that will be an informal, fun outing. It will start around 2 p.m. on Mondays. If interested, contact John Grasso via email.
LACC Women’s Golf Club
Tuesday, June 13, wasn’t the best day weather-wise, but we still had a good number of hearty golfers turnout for the women’s 18-hole golf league at Lake Almanor. Our game was Just Net and Putts.
The winners of Low Net were:
Flight 1 — First Place, Trudy Leete with a net of 67; Second Place, a tie between Kathy Chuchel and Jessie King with a net 73.
Flight 2: First Place, Karen Griffin with a net of 74; Second Place, Judie Crain with a net of 76; and Third Place, Charlene Ferguson with a net of 78.
The Low Putts winners were Kathy Chuchel and Jessie King, tying once again, with 33 putts each. Pat Drake and Trudy Leete were the winners of the 50/50 pot. Well done, ladies.
Our game for next week is Aces High and we will be picking our own foursomes. Be sure to sign up. LACC Women’s Golf Club is open to women outside our community. We would love to have you join us. If you are interested in joining us, please call our membership chairperson, Jessie King, 259-2896.
Plumas Pines Men’s Club
Plumas Pines Men’s Club results for Thursday, June 15, Format: 2-man “in the box” were:
First place, Paul Jeglum and Brad Clark – 73.
Second place, Byron Hadley and Charlie Myers – 76.
Third place, Kim Roberts and Steve Munsen – 78.
Fourth place, Larry Walker and Randy McDonald – 80.
The Bailey Creek Women’s Club
The Bailey Creek Women’s Club had a large turnout for their play day last Wednesday. Prior to the game, Mike Mattingly, retired pro and Butte College coach, met with the group at the driving range to give them tips on clearing the water on Hole 8. We all left with more confidence to conquer the sometimes-dreaded hole.
In a game of “T’s and F’s” the winners were: First Flight — Mary Craig (first) in card off with Joan Dickerson (second) and Jan Vortman (third). Taking home prizes in the second flight were: Wynnetta Regli (first), Joyce Gronroos (second) and Jenni Cesarin (third). Mary had a birdie on Hole 4, as did Kim Coco on Hole 2, with Joan birdying Hole 4 and Hole 7. The chip-in pot was split by Mary on Hole 17 and Kim on Hole 18.
Next Wednesday will be the club’s guest day and should you want to join them, call Wynnetta Regli at 258-1660. We tee off at 11 a.m.
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