Golf Results for the week of 9/13/17

Graeagle Meadows Men’s Golf Association

The 2017 Men’s Combined Championships were held on Aug. 25 and 27. The results are as follows:

Club Champion — Mike Herrington (Gross score of 153); Senior Gross Champion — Tom Taylor (Gross score of 160); Senior Net Champion — Grant Mayfield (Net Score of 140); Super Senior Gross Champion — Norm Miller (Gross Score of 167); Super Senior Net Champion — David Macdonald (Net Score of 130).

Congratulation to one and all for their hard-earned victories.

The Wednesday Play Day on Aug. 30 had a great turnout with 18 players. The game was two-man team net par points. Andy Knudsen and Grand Mayfield took first with a score of 63. Dan Anderson and Norm Miller took second with a score of 59. Jack Gilbert and George Fraser took third with a score of 55. John Grasso took the only skin of the day with net one on Hole 12.

The Wednesday Play Day on Sept. 6 was a two-man team game. One best ball was counted on the first nine and both balls were counted on the back nine. Norm Miller and John Grasso took first with a score of 98. Norm Nichols and Jack Cornish took second with a score of 100, and Dan Anderson and Ralph Wittick placed third with a score of 102.

Skins were won by Solomon, Gilbert, Nichols (2), Flynn, Adams and Reihsen.

There are two important and enjoyable tournaments coming up as the season draws to a close. The Big Chief Couples Tournament and Awards Banquet is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 24. The Fall Breakfast Meeting and Two-man scramble is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 27. Members are encouraged to attend. Golf is optional. Entry forms for both tournaments are available on the website and also in the clubhouse.

Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club

The final day of the PPWGC Club Championship was held on Tuesday, Aug. 29. It was also the last day to qualify for the Captain’s Cup playoff to be held in September.

This year’s Club Champion is Sharon Russell who over the two days shot the Low Gross score of 171. Runner up is Renee Walker with a total gross score of 197.

The ladies who qualified for Captain’s Cup are Cindy Donohue – Low Gross of 99; and Scooter Kidwell with a Low Net of 75.

The play day results are as follows:

First Flight: First Low Gross: Sharon Russell with a score of 91. Second Low Gross: Renee Walker with a score of 95. Low Net: Jackie Luckey and Lana Janovick tied, each with 78.

Second Flight: First Low Gross: Cathy Cianciolo with a score of 110. Second Low Gross: Patty Rohman with 112. First Low Net: Laura Humphries with 76. Second Low Net: Janet Grijalva with a score of 80.

Low putts winner for the day was Nancy Bartlett, who had 29 putts.

Three ladies each had a chip in: Lana Janovick, Cindy Donohue and Patty Rohman.

After a hot Labor Day weekend, three threesomes braved the late summer heat on Tuesday, Sept. 5. They played “Sucker in the Bucket,” a game which uses two low nets of the team. One person is marked on the scorecard on every hole. That person is the “Sucker in the Bucket” and her score must be used as one of the two low nets.

Jackie Luckey, Mary Peters and Patty Rohman were the ladies on the winning team.

Patty Rohman had the only chip-in of the day.

Mt. Huff Golf

August rolled along to a hot and steamy end. The golf at Mt. Huff was just as hot, but maybe not steamy.

A strong showing of golfers came out for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on Aug. 30.

In first place, at a blistering 10-under-par, was the team of Don McConnell, Sharon Carter, Bill McRoberts and Darel Joseph.

Coming in at 7-under-par were team members Ron Christensen, Ron Carter, Ralph Cote and Jim Battigan.

Darel Joseph hit it closest to the pin, and the chip-in was won by Sharon Carter.

It was another great week for golf, as August became September.

A week into September and late summer, golf at Mt. Huff is at its best. A large turnout of golfers showed up for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on Sept. 6.

In first place at 7-under-par was the team of Ron Carter, Mike Ingle and Margie Joseph.

Second place team at 6-under-par gave the recognition of Hippy Jim Battagin, Loren Lindner, Sharon Carter, and Jeff Stevens.

A third place team came in at 5-under-par for Tom Gossett, Don Hubble and Ron Christiansen.

Darel Joseph and Mike Ingle tied it for the chip-in and Margie Joseph hit it closest to the pin.

Good times and lively competition were had by all.

The Thursday Evening Scrambles have ended for the season, due to shorter daylight hours. See you next year.

Bailey Creek Women’s Golf Club

Wednesday, Aug. 30, was a bit on the smoky side, but some of our golfers were still able to keep their eye on the ball.

Our game was “Bargain Day,” with giving each of us the ability to change two holes on the front nine to par and two holes on the back nine to a par. This was a treat, especially for those who don’t have low handicaps.

We had two flights. In the first flight our winners were: first place, Joan Dickerson, second place Donna White; and in the second flight first place, Mo Clark and second place, Joyce Gronroos.

Donna White also had birdies on Holes 4 and 8, with Joan Dickerson having birdies on Holes 8 and 13. Mo Clark finished with a chip-in on Hole 18, winning the pot, which was a couple of weeks in the making.

Congratulations to all.

Though our next play day threatened thunderstorms and rain, we finished our game of “low net” without incident. We also had a pot of “low putts.”

Winning that pot was Joan Dickerson, who also took first place in Flight 1 with birdies on Holes 2 and 4.First place in Flight 2 was Barbara Quam, First place in Flight 3 was Jenni Cesarin. Finishing a great day of golf with more birdies were Wynetta Regli, Hole 8; Ginger Birchfield, Hole 7; Kim Coco, Hole 2; and Donna White, Hole 5.

Congratulations to all our winners, we look forward to another great game next Wednesday.

Plumas Pines Men’s Club

The game on Aug. 31 was A-B-C-D draw, one gross ball and one net ball.

The winners were: first place, Steve Munsen, Brad Clark, Mike Wilson, Bill Grijalva – 128; second place, Ryan Andersen, Steve Hagen, Brad Clark and Randy McDonald – 134; third place, Kim Roberts, Roger Nielsen, James Talbott, Dave Stone – 136; fourth place, James Dierssen, James Greenwald, Marv Pierce – 138; fifth place, Barry Mitchell, Travis Humphries, John Donohue, Terry Bergstrand – 141; sixth place, Paul Jeglum, Charlie Myers, Jac Castleton, Doyle Blaylock – 142; seventh place, John Kidwell, Jerry Burt, Dick Eck, Sam Williams – 143.

Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club

August’s Ace of Aces Qualifier was played on Aug. 31.Each month the low gross and low net winners over the field qualify to play in the season ending Ace of Aces Playoff tournament. A player may only qualify once per season.

August’squalifiers werePriscilla Piper(low gross, 87) andHolly Anderson(low net, 65).

Flight A winners included: low gross,Priscilla Piperwith an 87; low net, first place, Bev Reynolds (69); andsecond place,Cathy Churchill (71).

In Flight B the winners were: Holly Anderson won low gross with a93; low net, first place,Ellen Fearing (68), andsecond place,Carol Desmond (69).

In Flight C the following were winners; low gross,Giuliana Glazer (110 tiebreaker); low net, first place,Annie Fischer (72),and 2nd place, Karen Fraser (73 tiebreaker).

Chip-ins were made byMaureen Ford (Hole 6) and Debbie Fuetsch (Hole 3).

Whitehawk Ranch Men’s Club

The 2017 Showdown (Member/Member) Tournament recently concluded with the championship identifying member Todd Miszner and Rick Beckman. Following were member Mark Eason and Chris Bolton and member Paul Violet and Tom Barnard.

Horse race winners were: Wyatt Earp Flight — member Mark Eason and Chris Bolton.

Doc Holiday Flight — member Charlie Cummings and Richard Flood.

Congratulations to the winners.

The Match Play Champion for 2017 is reigning Club Champion Bruce Voorhees. He defeated Bill Osborne in a tense final. The older semi finalists were Bruce Turkstra and Ken Hyatt. Well done gentlemen.

Next up is the 2017 Club Championship Sept. 9 and 10.

Congratulations to The Whitehawk Ranch team of Rob Cook, Todd Miszner, Bill Davis, and Gene West who traveled to Monterey on Aug. 7 and 8 to play in the North Sierra Zone NCGA Tournament at beautiful Quail Lodge and Poppy Hills.

The team finished in fifth place overall (out of thirteen teams), trailing winning team Fall River, second place Lakeridge, third place Plumas Pines, and fourth place Arrowhead. The guys showed their competitive nature by tying for low net on the second day.

It was a very good experience for the whole team, with good golf and excellent dining in Monterey.

Whitehawk Ranch looks forward to putting another competitive team together for next year, and possibly coming in first against the rest of the zone.

LACC Women’s Golf Club

LACC Women’s Golf Club played a game of Low Net and Putts on Sept. 5.

Congratulations to the following winners:

Flight 1 — First Place, Maggie Fleming, net 68; Second Place, Linda Yaap, net 72; Third Place, Charlene Ferguson, net 76.

Flight 2 — First Place, Meg Eaton, net 81; Second Place, Jean Rolls, net 85; Third Place, Claudine Gurney, net 86.

Our low putt winners were Dana Seandel and Maggie Fleming, both with 33 putts. Susan Espana had her second chip-in birdie on Hole 4. We expect a third before the season ends, Susan. The 50/50 pot winners were Maggie Fleming and Dana Seandel.

LACC Women’s Golf Club Tuesday morning 18-hole and Thursday morning 9-hole leagues are open to women outside the community. If you are interested in playing please call our membership chairperson, Jessie King, 259-2896.

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