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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011 3C HIGH COUNTRY GOLF RESULTS BaileyCreek Wednesday, Aug. 31, there were 12 guests from Dia- mond Mountain Golf Club in Susanville who played with the Bailey Creek Women's Club. The game was "Eenie-Meenie." The highlight of the day was the hole in one by Giovanna Zinn from Diamond Moun- tain on No. 13! Way to go, Giovanna. Closest to the pin on hole No. 8 was 7 feet, 1 inch by Wynnetta Regli and she also birdied the hole. Flight A 1st, Wynnetta Regli (BC) 2nd, Sophia Wages (DM) 3rd, Linda Layland (BC) 4th, Mary Ashburn (BC) Flight B 1st, Joan Eichner (BC) 2nd, Joyce Gronrous (BC) 3rd, Brenda Vicondoa (DM) 4th, Sharon Edwards (DM) Lake Almanor Women's Golf Club It's the first Thursday of the month, so our game was "Low Net and Low Putts." Julie Azevedo came in first place with a 69. Second place went to Shirley Friedrichs with a 74 and third place to Adrienne Fa- galde with a 75. Julie Azevedo had a chip- in on No. 1. Adrienne Fa- galde had a chip-in on No. 2. And, Julie Azevedo had a chip-in/birdie on No.12. Surprise, Julie Azevedo won low putts today also, with a 28. Great playing today, ladies. See you all on the links next week. Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble The weeks of summer .are flying by, the weather has been superb and the golfers are having a great time at the Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble on Aug. 31. An excellent turnout gave us three placing teams. In first place was the team of Don Sheffield, Darel Joseph and David Smuts. Second place team mem- bers were Don McConnell, Jack Thatcher, Jerry Quam and Gary McClellan. Rounding out the winning teams in third place were Norm Miller, Jerry Hobbs, Gary Hughes and Dick Grace. Chip-in was won by David Smuts. Closest to the pin honor was taken by Dick Grace. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club, Aug. 30 Today was the August Qualifier for Captain's Cup for the playoffs in Septem- ber. Janie Grosman took low- est gross over the field. Jan Talbott took lowest net over the field. The eight Captain's Cup qualifiers for the September tournament are Renee Walker, Connie Raheb, Janet Holiaday, Scooter Kidwell, Annie Meyer, Lor- raine Cornish, Janie Gros- man and Jan Talbott. Good going, ladies. Results for the "rest of the field": First flight: Renee Walk- er, low gross (85); Scooter Kidwell, low net (78). Second flight: Beverly Do- nato, low gross; Mary Blay- lock, low net; and Lorraine Cornish, second low net. Jennifer Zumbro wins the low putts for the day. Mt. Huff Thursday Night Scramble Thursday, Sept. 1, a beau- tiful evening for our "nine and dine" scramble. We fielded eight fool teams with a very close ending. Three teams came in at 5 under and after a chip off between, David Smuts, Jeff Smith and Greg Stevens, the tea of David Smuts, Barbara and Jerry Quam, and Gary Mc- Clellan came in first, Richard Mauldin, Paul Ea- gan, Paris Moore and Greg Stevens came in second, while Jeff Smith, Leaf Van Pelt, Auston Linford and Don Guess came in third. Mike Ruggeri had the longest drive and Jimmy LaPlante placed it closest to the pin. We will be having our scrambles at least through September, with scrump- tious dinners to follow. All are invited. To have your golf club in- cluded in the weekly results, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday a~ 3 p.m. Graeagle Meadows golfers celebrate the Senior and Super Senior Championship Tournament played July 25 and Aug. 1. Photo submitted Graeagle Meadows features tournaments The season is well under way with three enjoyable tournaments completed. The Men's Senior and Su- per Senior Championship tournament took place July 25 and Aug. 1. The winner of the senior division was John Capdeville for both the two round net and gross scoring. Second place for low gross scoring was Mike Herrington followed by Gary Maniery in third place. For the two round net scoring there was a three-way tie for second place shared by Jac Castle- ton, Ran Eaton and Tom Balestri. For the super senior divi- sion the winner for low gross was Winston Giles with Mike Gibson coming in second and Jack Cornish placing third. In the net scoring the whiner was Tom Gossett with Jack Cornish coming xn second and Jim Seidel coming in third. The next fun event was the Guys & Gals annual tourna- ment, which was played Aug. 17 - 18. Cathy Churchill and her playing partner Aubrey Neish won the first flight. Flight No. 2 was won by new- comers Renee and Woody Miller, who, we're sure, will be playing in many more tournaments. Flight No, 3 was won by Barbara Nelson and playing partner Hal Thompson: both have partic- ipated in many years of fun events. The most recent tourna- ment was the annual match between the men's clubs of Graeagle Meadows and Plmnas Pines the Golden Tomahawk tournament. The first day of the match saw the Graeagle Meadows Men's Club take the lead but on the second day the Mens Club from Plumas Pines rebound- ed strong and finished the overall event as this year's winner. The true winners were all the men who were able to participate m two days of great golf followed by a wonderful dinner. The golf season is pro- gressing rapidly there are just a few tournaments left, so check the 20] 1 tournament schedule. Come out and play in as many as possible before the season is over, Winter and player migration are in the air, MT HUFF GOLF COURSE HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD., CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ... 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