Golf Results for the week of 7/24/19

Bailey Creek women

It was a perfect day for the Bailey Creek Women’s Club on July 17. Eleven players competed in a game of “Mutt and Jeff” (scoring par 5’s and par 3’s). Placing in the first flight were Kym Coco (1st) and Lovey Gower (2nd). In the second flight the winners were Mo Clark (1st) and Jenni Cesarin (2nd).

Karen Hilleman celebrated with two chip-ins. Two guests, Karen Shaw (Big Springs and Davis) and Teresa Pusteyovsky (Susanville) joined in the friendly competition.

Bailey Creek’s Women’s Golf Club looks forward to another week of golf and welcomes any new players, guests and members. Regular play days are Wednesdays, arrival time 10:30 a.m. with tee off at 11 a.m.


Please call the pro shop, 259-4653, or Jenni Cesarin (Captain), 284-7469, if interested.

Graeagle Meadows men

It was a busy week for all kinds of golf happenings on the course at Graeagle Meadows since we last reported. There was a great turnout July 12 with 20 players signed up to play low net plus skins. Everyone shot from the combo tees this time, as opposed to sometimes a group called “The Bandits” going for all 6,000 plus yards from the white tees. There was a tie for first place with a low net 64 shot by Aubrey Neish and Jim Reynolds. Second, with 65, was Leo Reihsen, and finally, with another tie, Chuck Pratt and Tom Taylor, both shooting 67 for third place. Five skins were recorded, two won by Chuck Pratt and one each to Jim Oster, Bob McIlroy, and invited guest, Bill Bales.

The annual Jack and Jill Couples Tournament was held July 14. Scotch Chapman was the format where both players on the team hit drives. Each plays the other’s ball for the second shot; the best of the second shots is selected, and from there the two partners play alternate shots into the hole. Taking first, with a net 64, was the team of Dan Friedman and Priscilla Piper. In second, Jim and Bev Reynolds scored a 68, while John and Sharla Scott came in third with net 71. After golf, everyone enjoyed a Tri-Tip BBQ dinner prepared by the club’s grill team headed by John Grasso.


Following the weekend, the GMGA Travel Team hosted the Diamond Mountain Men’s Golf Travel Team for match play competition at Graeagle Meadows. Travel teams from Graeagle, Plumas Pines, Fernley GC, Washoe GC and Diamond Mountain Susanville, compete for maximum match play score points over the course of the season. It’s usually a tight race right up until the last month of competition. It’s rumored Graeagle outscored Diamond Mountain in Tuesday’s play.

July 17 featured a regular play day for the club. Nineteen members signed up to play Two Man Better Ball. The game name is self-explanatory with the caveat that each team member must use nine scores.

First place with a net score of 67 was the team of Bob Davies and Norm Nichols. In second, Jim Oster and Leo Reihsen had a 61, while Grant Mayfield and Aubrey Neish finished third at 63. Four skins were taken, Norm Nichols with two while Leo Reihsen and Bob Davies each had one.

Inquiries about membership in the Graeagle Men’s Golf Association can be submitted to [email protected] or by visiting the website at


Graeagle Meadows women

On July 18, Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club members played a game of “6-6-6,” a net better ball game in which each player rotatedpartnering with a different fellow competitor for six holes.

Linda Bilger took first place with a net score of 60; second place went to Sharon Russell (61); third place was a tie between Mikie Burdick and Giuliana Glazer (63); and, fourth place another tie between Priscilla Piper and Dee Walker (64).And, there were “chip-ins” galore:one each for Diane Forsberg, Giuliana Glazer and Sharon Russell, and two for Carol Miller.

Mount Huff

“It’s been a busy few weeks for the Mt Hough Golf Club,” said Margery Joseph. Lots of golfers have been showing up for the club tournament and Wednesday morning scrambles. Please come and join us anytime. All events are open to everyone, and all levels of players are welcome.

July 17 had a wonderful bunch out enjoying the sunshine and the company of the golfers. Taking first place was the long hitting team of Tom Gossett, Jeff Stevens and Ron Williams.


Second place was the team of Larry Craggs, Donny Hubbell, Darel Joseph and Margie Joseph. Closest to the pin was won by Ron Williams and chip ins were made by Don McConnell and Margie Joseph.

Recapping the earlier part of the month, “A busy and spirited month of July, so far!” said Jocelyn Cotes. On July 3, a pack of 24 avid golfers showed up for the Wednesday Morning Scramble.

The first-place team came in at a whopping 11 under par and it really made the day for Ted Trafton, Don McConnell, Bill McRoberts and Mike Williams.

In second place at 9 under par we gave the props to Mary Trafton, Jim Battigan, and Darel Joseph. Dick Grace won the chip-in and Larry Craiggs hit it closest to the pin.

On July 10, the club welcomed 19 gofers for the scramble. In first place, outdoing the previous week, the team of Tom Gossett, Ron Williams and Jeff Stevens came in at 12 under par. A chip-off broke the second place tie and gave the placement toLarry Craiggs, Donnie Hubbell, Margie Joseph and Darel Joseph. “Ron Williams nailed it closest to the pin. The chip-in was carried over,” said Cotes.


“A great event is coming to the Mt Huff Golf Course on July 29 and we are encouraging all golfers to come join in the fun!” said Cotes. The Mt Hough Golf Club is sponsoring the Big 6. This is the day that the course is transformed into the original 6 holes of the course. One round will be played from the blue tees, 2nd round will be from the white tees and the 3rd round will be played from the red tees.

Interested folks may call the course to get signed up for a day of fun and prizes, 284-6300.

Plumas Pines women

The game for Ladies Day at Plumas Pines on July 16 was Odd and Even. At the end of the round, the players chose to count either all odd, or all even holes, and deduct half their handicap for the game score. There was a small field as we also played the first day of a Match Play tournament.The winners of the game were:Jennifer Zumbro with a score of 33.5 and Sharon Russell with a score of 34.There were also two chip-ins by Janet Grijalva and Scooter Kidwell.


The Match Play tournament continued on July 17 with the finals being played on July 23.

Whitehawk women

On July 16, 11 Whitehawk Ranch Lady golfers played in the monthly Ace of Aces Tournament qualifier.

Congratulations to MaryAnn Crowe who captured the July Low Gross spot with a “91” and Karen Kibble who shot the Best Net score of “71”.” said Laurie McKenzie. Both MaryAnn and Karen are now eligible to compete in the annual Ace of Aces Tournament held at Whitehawk Ranch in early September. Chris Hyatt had the only chip-in of the day. “She took home an accumulated $18 from the coveted chip-in jar. Congrats, Chris!” said McKenzie, “and happy golfing.”

The Whitehawk Ladies Invitational is Aug. 13 and the theme is Hawaiian Paniolo DAZE. Paniolo is the Hawaiian name for cowboy. We always have a need for extra players to fill in foursomes or match up with members. We have a beautiful course, excellent luncheon and wonderful tee prizes for the day. Call the Whitehawk Ranch Pro Shop at 836-0394, tell them of your interest in playing in the Ladies Invitational and please leave your name and number. “We look forward to talking with you,” said Marcia Zeigler.


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