Compiled by Mari Erin Roth
Special to Plumas News
Quincy High Inaugural
Plumas Pines Golf Course in Blairsden will be the site for the first annual Quincy High School Booster Club Golf Fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 17. That’s right! A high school sports event, well, sort of. QHS staff, coaches, alumni, STUDENTS, and friends of Quincy athletics will gather on the golf course for a day of “fun and camaraderie.” The price for golf is $100 per person and includes tournament entry, driving range balls, contest holes, and lunch at the turn. There are numerous tournament sponsorships available to help offset the costs of the golf tournament. To participate, donate or ask questions, contact QHS Athletic Director Jason Hawkins (805) 280-2658 or email [email protected].
The Graeagle Meadows Men’s Golf Club had its fall membership meeting Sept. 23, which was followed by a 2-man scramble. There were 2 flights and the winner of the first flight was the team of Norm Nichols and Bill Hopp, who finished with a net score of 62. Second place in the first flight was a tie between the teams of Tom Wilson and Mark Yuill, along with the team of George Fraser and Grant Mayfield; both teams having a score of 63. In the second flight, first place was taken by the team of John Grasso and Gary Kinkley who shot a score of 66. Second place went to the team of Ron Eaton and Tom Fregulia with the score of 68. Since play on Wednesday was a scramble no skins were contested.
Games Sept. 25 featured a individual low net competition. First place went to Andy Knudsen, with the score of 65, and Bert Bellows took second with a score of 66. There was a tie for third between Chuck Hein and Jim Reynolds, both having a score of 68. On Friday there were only 3 skins taken. Bert Bellows took 1 skin with a net 2 on hole 1 while Chuck Hein took 2 skins by having a net 2 on holes 4 and 6.
Inquiries about membership in the Graeagle Men’s Golf Association can be submitted to [email protected], or visit website at gmeadowsclubs.com.
Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club held its annual Ace of Aces Playoff on Sept. 24. GMWGC members who won the monthly qualifiers compete for the 2020 Ace of Aces title. Congratulations go out to Priscilla Piper, whose 83 took the low gross title, and to Renee Miller, who took low net with a 70.
The game of the day was “Toss the Blow Up Holes,” in which each player may deduct her worst score for one hole on the front nine, and one on the back nine, then deduct her handicap for her game score. First Flight winners were: 1st, Renee Miller (53); 2nd, Cathy Churchill and Priscilla Piper (both with 56); and, 4th, Lois Childress (57). Second Flight winners included: 1st, Cathy MacDonald (51); 2nd, Cheryl Brennan (54); 3rd, Carol Miller, Chris Spencer and Dee Walker (all with 56).
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