Golf Results for the week of 6/28/17
Graeagle Meadows Men’s Golf Association
Friday June 16 was the usual low net game with skins. Andy Knudsen and Chuck Franck tied for first, with a score of 66. Grant Mayfield took second, with a 67 and John Grasso placed third, with a 68. Only three skins were collected which helped increase the pay-off. Skins were won by Norm Nichols, Andy Knudsen and Steve Harding.
The June 21 Play Day was an individual low net event. Jack Cornish placed first, with a 66, Gary Reid took second, with a 67 and Mike Gibson placed third, with a 68. Lots of skins were collected, ten in all. Two each by Andy Knudsen, Ken Hattich and Gary Reid. Individual skins were won by Bob McIroy, Mike Gibson, John Grasso and George Fraser.
Del Stockmen, longtime member, past president, and recipient of the GMGA Lifetime Achievement Award, recently passed away. A memorial service at the Graeagle clubhouse will be scheduled at a future date and members will be notified.
Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club
The annual Mini Ha Ha couples tournament was played on Sunday, June 18. Twenty twosomes contended for honors in two flights. The game was the better ball of the twosome on each hole, gross and net.
First Flight winners were: low gross, Sue and Tom Taylor, with a 77; first low net, Priscilla Piper and Steve Harding (58); second low net, Holly and Dan Anderson (60); and tied for third low net with 63 each, Dee and Wally Walker and Suzie Weise and Jack Gilbert. Second Flight winners included: low gross, Ann and Chuck Pratt with 81; first low net, Diane Forsberg and Grant Mayfield (59);second low net, Karen and George Fraser (60); and, third low net, Linda and Jim Bilger with a 63.
Preceding the tournament, players participated in a nine holealternate shot putting contest, set up to challenge the contestants with many unexpected “breaks.” Sue and Tom Taylor won with a score of 18 putts. After play,players enjoyed a barbeque awards dinner at the Graeagle Picnic Grounds.
On Thursday, June 22, GMWGC members played a Three Blind Mice tournament, in which each player could deduct the gross scores of three holes (which wererevealed to the playersafter playwas completed), and then subtract her full handicap from the remainder. The winners were, for Flight A: first place, Alaine Flynn with a net 53; second place, Holly Anderson (55); and third place, Priscilla Piper (56 in a tiebreaker). For Flight B: first place, Ellen Fearing (53 in a tiebreaker); second place Giuliana Glazer (also 53); and third place, Donna Swanson (54). Lois Childress, Karen Fraser and Sharla Scott each had one chip-in.
Plumas Pines Women’s Golf Club
The hot weather has arrived and Tuesday, June 20, was very warm for golf on the PPWGC play day. The game was Criers. Players changed three scores to par (one 5 par, one 4 par and one 3 par) minus their handicap. The winners were as follows:
First flight: First place — Sharon Russell with a net score of 66; Second place — Cindy Donohue and Jackie Luckey tied with 68.
Second Flight: Tied for first place were Laurie Humphries and Connie Raheb with a net score of 58; Third place was won by Scooter Kidwell with a net score of 62.
Connie Raheb and Mary Stonebraker each scored a chip in.
Bailey Creek Women’s Golf Club
Hot, Hot, Hot, was Wednesday, June 21, play day, even with the weather hot and humid, we all enjoyed another round of golf with wonderful women.
Our game this day was “Criers,” with each player throwing out either the first or second nine holes. This was done after play, thank heavens, as we already new our scores before choosing.
Our winners of the day were: Flight 1 — First place, Joan Dickerson, also having a chip-in on Hole 5 and second place, Betty Dean; Flight 2 — First place Wynetta Regli, second place, Kim Holiday and third place, Diana Pallari. Ginger Birchfield finished the day with a Birdie on Hole 8.
Two weeks ago I mentioned that Mike Mattingly is kind enough to give “golfing pointers” before we tee off each Wednesday. The time for this has been changed to 9:30 a.m., giving us time to warm up before our game.
Again, we welcome all possible new players.
Plumas Pines Men’s Club
Today’s format (June 22) was 2-man best ball. It is the qualifier for The NCGA Senior four-ball.
First flight: First place Steve Munsen/Kim Roberts – 61; Second place John Donohue/James Dierssen – 62; Third place Doyle Blaylock/Jim Talbott – 63; Fourth place Brad Clark/Paul Jeglum – 64; Fifth place Mike Wilson/Barry Mitchell – 66; Sixth Place Terry Bergstrand/Jim Moore – 67.
Second flight: First place Bill Sinor/Tom Check – 56; Second place Jac Castleton/Richard Eck – 57; Third place Jerry Burt/Travis Humphries – 61; Fourth place Frank Motzkus/Sam Williams – 65; Fifth place Larry Walker/James Greenwald – 66.
Whitehawk Ladies Golf
These past two weeks have been busy for the ladies. Last Tuesday the game was net scores of the four players on the par 4s. The winning team was Michele Violet, Virginia Luhring, Judy Miller and Karen Kibble. Coming in second was the team of Cynthia Thomas, Chris Hyatt, Maria Zeigler and Carolyn Osborn.
Next up was the Battle of the Sexes (or who could with stand the heat). The men out scored the ladies 27 to 21.
Following was dinner on the deck and then home to shower and cool off.
Our second Ace of Aces (again in the heat) produced these winners: Jo Ann West, low gross and Chris Hyatt, low net.
Following play a general meeting was held. Here’s hoping for cooler weather.
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