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The Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Association winners are from left, Michele Violett, Debbie Pellegrini, JoAnn West and Leslie Curry. Photo submitted

Golf results for the week of 10/9/19

Bailey Creek Women

The Bailey Creek Ladies were pleasantly surprised by a beautiful fall day Wednesday, Oct. 2. They played a low net/low putts game and the results were: 1st Place—Ginger Birchfield, 2nd Place—Jenni Cesarin, and 3rd Place—Kym Coco. Putting honors went to Laurie DeKock with a low of 32 putts. Two members chipped in, Ginger on #7 and Jenni of #8.

The club held their last meeting  following play, making some plans for next year and discussing dues and By-Laws. The Club presented  Captain, Jenni, with a thank you  goodie bag filled with amazing golf accessories contributed by club members. She was overwhelmed and very appreciative of the thoughtfulness.

On Thursday, four members, Jenni, Ginger, Mo Clark and Terri Chuchel traveled to Gold Hills in Redding to participate in their fall Guest Day. As always, it was a wonderful function, and taking first place made it even more wonderful in the 4 Person-Two Best Ball play scoring 20 under par.

The ladies club will continue to play until the course closes in October. Guests are welcome to join them.

Graeagle Meadows Men

Inquiries about membership in the Graeagle Men’s Golf Association can be submitted to gmga.golf@gmail.com, or by visiting our website at gmeadowsclubs.com/MenHomeDir/index.html.

Mt. Huff

The Greenville Rotary Club sponsored the second annual Rotary Golf Tournament on Oct. 5 at the Mt. Huff Golf Course. Each team was provided with a golf cart, and “Mulligans” were available. The tournament was a four-person team “Scramble” format. It included a putting competition, a longest drive competition and a “closest to the hole” competition.

Greenville Rotary hoped the community would come out to support the event and they did.

Plumas Pines Womens

The Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club played the last Buddy Day of the season Oct. 1st.The game was one of two best ball. There were 10 ladies who played. The day started off chilly, but turned into a beautiful afternoon. Sharon Russell and Cathy Cianciolo took Low Gross with a 76. Connie Raheb and Jackie Luckey took Low Net with a 57. Cathy Cianciolo got Closest to the Hole on #11 at 27 feet 9 inches. Congratulations ladies.

Whitehawk Ranch Ladies The 2019 Whitehawk Ranch ladies golf season is quickly coming to an end with the course closing on Nov. 4.

This year we were a small but mighty group; led by our wonderful Captain Marcia Zeigler.

Our annual Awards Luncheon was held at Grizzly Grill on Sept. 25. The awards were presented to the following 2019 winners:

Match Play: 1st Place: Michele Violett (52), 2nd Place: Barbara Competello (45.5 points) and 3rd Place: JoAnn West (44.5).

Ace of Aces: 1st Net Winner was Patty McNamara (71 net); 1st Gross Winner was Michele Violett (81 gross).

Eclectic winner: Leslie Curry (45 net; from aggregate rounds accumulated throughout the season).

Most Improved Player: Debbie Pellegrini who went from a 19.4 index to a 12.8 index – that’s a huge improvement!!

Ladies Club Championship: Captain’s Cup (Net winners): 1st Place: Debbie Pellegrini (143) and 2nd Place Katy Magliano (156)

Ladies Gross Champions were 1st Place Michele Violett (163) and 2nd Place Patty McNamara (166).

As you can see from the above results, we had many winners and one MEGA winner, namely Michele Violett! She came in 1st Place in our 3 major events. Congratulations to Michele and to all the winners!

We will be playing our Tuesday Ladies’ Day game until the course closes. The start of cooler weather sees many of our players headed for warmer climes! We look forward to our 2020 golf season at beautiful Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club.

If any ladies in the community at large are interested in joining us, please either call WHRGC pro shop, 836-0394, or Captain Marcia Zeigler, 836-0668. Happy Golfing.

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