Bailey Creek Women’s Golf Club
The weather Sept. 13, was a bit cooler than usual, a nice break from the summer heat.
Our game of the day was “Evens,” counting only the even holes and using 1/2 of the handicaps. We had just a few of our regular golfers, but enjoyed the day as usual.
There was just one birdie for the day, by Joan Dickerson on Hole 8, who also took first place; second place was Jenni Cesarin; and third place went to Wynnetta Regli.
We managed to finish play just in time, as another thunder storm threatened to drench the golfers.
The course is in excellent condition and we look forward to another beautiful day of golf next week, as the season is quickly coming to an end.
Graeagle Meadows Men’s Golf Association
The Friday Badditos Sept. 8 was the usual low net and skins game. Jack Cornish took first with a 65, Dennis Chegwin took second with a 67 and Andy Knudsen took third with a 68. Andy Knudsen took two skins, followed by Cornish and Chegwin with one each.
The Wednesday Play Day on Sept. 13 was a two-man, one best ball game. George Fraser and Darrel Woods did a nice job of carding a 60, which took first place. There was a four-way tie for second place with several 62s. Second place finishers included Norm Miller and Bob McIroy, Dan Anderson and Leo Reihsen, Mike O’Rear and Jack Gilbert, Dennis Chegwin and Norm Miller (blind draw). Skins were won by Darrel Woods, Mike O’Rear and George Fraser.
The Golden Tomahawk tournament with Plumas Pines Men’s Club will be held on Sept. 20 at Whitehawk Ranch. This is much-anticipated annual event and fills up quickly.
There are two more 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.
LACC Women’s Golf Club May-Flower Scramble, a 4-person team game, was our tournament chair’s choice for the game on Tuesday, Sept. 12. There was plenty of laughter and joking among us, which always makes for an enjoyable round. The winning teams were:
First Place — Mary Craig, Judie Crain, Susan Espana and Charlene Ferguson with a gross score of 83.
Second Place — Trudy Leete, Peggy Lentz, Margie Joseph and Joan Johnson with a gross score of 87.
Third Place — Dana Seandel, Marcia Spooner, Debbie Stebbins and Linda Yaap with a gross score of 89.
Winners of the 50/50 pot were Susan Espana and Claudine Gurney.
It is hard to believe we have just two weeks of golf before our season ends. Next week we will play 3 Clubs and a Putter. Thank you, tournament chairs, for including the putter.
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.
Whitehawk Ladies Golf
The ladies at Whitehawk concluded their competition for the 2017 season.
Our Ace of Aces winner was Marcia Zeigler low Gross and Laurie McKenzie low Net.
Next up was Match Play. The winner was Marcia Zeigler and second place Denise Stein.
Finally our club Championship: Debbie Walker is our new Club Champion and Debbie Pellegrini is our Captain’s Cup winner.
Congratulations to all.
Whitehawk Ranch Men’s Club
The 2017 Whitehawk Ranch Men’s Club Championship concluded Sunday, Sept. 10. Our worthy champion, Rob Cook prevailed in a stirring final, edging Mario Garibotti, defending champion Bruce Voorhees, and our 2017 Handicap Champion Bert Walker.
Finishing behind Bert in the handicap event were Todd Miszner and Gene West. Great job, gentlemen. The most talked about shot of the final day was struck by past champion Jim Purvis who drove the green on the 366 yard first hole and recorded a seven. Okay, he landed on the practice putting green. But still a most unforgettable blow.
Thanks to pro Tad McCormick and staff and Marcie and her crew.
Special congratulations to pro Michael Reid who became a first time father Sunday. Congratulations likewise to mom Courtney a their healthy daughter.
Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club
Tuesday, Sept. 12, was a beautiful morning for golf after the previous evening’s thunder storm and rain. As PPWGC players finished their rounds, the skies were threatening, but produced only a little rain. The play day format was “Fox and Tail.” When golfers reached the green, regardless of number of strokes, the player whose ball was closest to the hole earned 3 points (Fox), second closest earned 2 points, the next earned 1 point and the farthest received 0 points (Tail). The player with the most points earned over 18 holes won. The results are as follows:
First Flight: Jan Anderson and Nancy Bartlett tied for First Place with 32 points each; Carol De Luca won Third Place with 30 points.
Second Flight: Mary Blaylock won First Place with 32 points; Second Place was Mary Stonebraker with 31 points; Janet Grijalva won Third Place with 30 points.
Bev Parry, Mary Stonebraker, Janet Grijalva and Nancy Bartlett each scored a chip-in. Jennifer Zumbro score two.
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