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What’s happening in the golf world in Eastern Plumas

Compiled by Mari Erin Roth
Sierra School Foundation Golf Tournament
The Sierra Schools Foundation will be hosting its annual “Swinging for the Schools” golf tournament fundraiser on Oct. 1. The event takes place at the Plumas Pines Golf Resort followed by a BBQ steak dinner and a “unique” silent auction and prize opportunity.
World fly-fisher and guide, Jack Trout, is requesting that any former alumni from any schools in Plumas County consider coming back and donating or helping out the Sierra School Foundation in anyway they can. “Kids more than ever need inspiration, mentors, hobbies & history,” said Trout. “Those of us who have become successful through the education we received as a kid in Plumas Schools can now come back and pass the torch on. Together, we can easily make this event a success for the kids, it feels great.”
Graeagle Men’s Golf Association
Wednesday Play Day Aug. 24 had 19 players competing in an Individual Low Net plus “skins” format. There was a 3-way tie for First Place among Steve Peterson, Mike Gibson and Dan Anderson; each had a net score of 68.
There were seven “skins” won. One each by George Fraser, Mark Yuill, Ralph Whittick, John Grasso, Larry Gregg, Bob Laxague and Dan Anderson.
Friday Play Day for Aug. 26 again saw 19 players compete, but this time the format was a two-person team event, with one better net ball counting on the par fours and fives, and both net balls counting on the par threes, plus “skins.” The team of Norm Nichols and Dan Freidman won First Place with a net score of 68. Second Place was won by Dennis Chegwin and Andy Knudson, with a net score of 77. Third Place was won by the team of Chuck Hein and Steve Harding, with a net score of 78.
There were four “skins.” Norm Nichols took two, and Steve Harding and Mike Gibson each earned one.
Guys and Gals Couples Club Championship tournament
The game played Aug. 19 was the better ball of the two-person (male and female combo) team plus both balls’ scores from games on Aug. 21. Par for the format is 216. There were 14 two-person teams competing. Awards, refreshments, and a delicious dinner at the Graeagle Picnic Grounds followed tournament play.
The Low Gross winners were the team of Pricilla Piper and Winston Giles, with a gross score of 263. Low Net winners were: First Place, Dee Walker and Jim Adams, with a net score of 204. In Second Place was the team of Diane Forsberg and Grant Mayfield, with a net score of 207. There was a 3-way tie for Third Low Net among the teams of Dottie Hattich/Ken Hattich, and Alaine Flynn/Dennis Flynn, and Holly Anderson/Dan Anderson, with each team score being 208.
The Graeagle Meadows Women’s Golf Club
The women held their two-round 2022 Partners Eclectic tournament on August 11 and 18. In this tournament the better net ball of the twosome counts on each hole in each round and, during the second round, the team may improve its score on each hole, with the better ball on each hole over two rounds counting as the team score for that hole. Congratulations went to the 2022 Partner Eclectic champions Ginger Holladay-Houston and Carol Mitchell, who won with a team score of 52. In Second Place was the team of Holly Anderson and Jennifer Colley (53); Third Place, Alaine Flynn and Nancy Linch (55); and, in Fourth Place, Teresa Becker and Darlene Gibaut (56).
Congratulations also went to Debbie Feutsch, who made an eagle three over water on the par five eleventh hole; one of two “chip-in’s” for Debbie for the tournament. Alaine Flynn, Renee Miller and Carol Mitchell each had one “chip-in.”

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