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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012 3C HIGH COUNTR v The winners of the seventh annual Plumas Pines Couples Championship are, from left to right, Renee and Larry Walker, who won the Mohawk (first) flight, and Sally and Jack Heskett, winners of the Madora (second) flight. Photo submitted Couples Chanlpionship held at Plumas Pines On July 15, the seventh an- nual Couples Championship was held at Plumas Pines Goff Resort. To qualify, play- ers needed to be members of the Plumas Pines men's and women's golf clubs. The for- mat, "In the Box," required teams to count one best ball on the par 4s, both balls on the par 3s and alternate holes on the par 5s. In the first, or Mohawk, flight, first place winners were Larry and Renee Walk- er with a score of 77. Second was the team of Woody Barry and Diane Trainor with a score of 79, and third place, with a score of 83, went to Randy McDonald and Nancy Bartlett. In the second, or Madora, flight, first place winners were Jack and Sally Heskett with a score of 78. In second place were Kim Roberts and Joni Gerbasi who scored 81. and in third place was the team of Hunt and Janet Hol- laday. Following golf, everyone enjoyed dinner and awards at Longboards Bar & Grill. The names of the first place winners were added to the perpetual trophy on display in the pro shop. Golf Course Locator Map Diamond Mountain ............................ " O Feather River Inn SUSAJVILLEt ".  Feather River Park ,%. .... , ..."  ) Graeagle Meadows CESTER II'TZ.'...,..; ............ ....  Grizzly Ranch TO' :>" -"" ................ .....  Lake AImanor Rdlvff." ' : : :: Country Club :: . ..... , : l Lake Almanor West "" ": ":i, ..... .......... ;:;;:'Y" @ Mt. Huff Nakoma '.,,GREENVILLE / .....  iumas Pines Crescent.," ' ) WhitehaWk Ranch :,,, , . .... QUINCY .. : GRAEAGLE!. : ........... O: ........ :: ............ : ": .To.TruCkee ' ....... : .... Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, July 24, the Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club played for low net for a second week in order to blehd irt"ith the club's handic'" tournament, which was still in progress. This week's regular game winners were: Flight 1: first place, Nancy Bartlett; second place, Cathy Cianciolo; third place, Renee Walker. Flight 2: first place, Lorraine Cor- nish; second place, Janet Grijalva; third place, Joni Gerbasi. Chip-ins this week were scored by Mary Stonebraker (1), Beverly Donato (1) and Connie Raheb (2), one of which was for birdie on the eleventh hole. Lake Almanor Women's Golf Club Today's game was "Best Ball -- 4 Man, Low Net." The competition was tough: two teams tied for first with the tie being bro- ken using the scores from the back nine, then the back three. The winners were: Julie Azevedo, Judy Cooper, Kathi Sheenan and Sharon Auge with a net of 56. Second place went to !, GOLF RESULTS Linda Kluge, Donna Huhn, Charlene Ferguson and Karen Nelson with a net of' 56. We also had three chip-ins today: Shirley Friedrichs on No. 17, Donna Huhn on No. 9 and Judy Cooper on No. 2. Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club On Tuesday, July 24, the Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club had a fun play day. The game was "Scratch and Scramble" where every member of the team kept her gross score. The results were decided by adding the team's cumulative net score and then dividing by the number of players on the team. Basically, you just played "your game" and let the pro shop figure out who won! The winning team consist- ed of Jenine Fraser, Vir- ginia Luhring and Patty Mc- Namara. Patty, once again, had a great round, shooting gross 74! Congratulations to all the winners! Happy golfing. LACC 18-Holers On July 24, the LACC 18- hole group played the Dice Game. Here are the results: First place: Mary Ann Broderick, Kathy Roseler, Carol Parish and Colette Prentke. Second place tie: Trudy Leete, Carpi Lunsford, Bar- bara Marquardt and Evelyn Rodriquez; and Betsy Steen, Joan Johnson and Janice Reese. Mt. Huff Thursday Night Scramble Summer is flashing by so you need to hurry to get in on the Thursday Night Scramble at Mt. Huff. A cool breeze kept the field at just the right tem- perature to bring a five-way tie for first place with the team of Gary and Lynn Mc- Clellan, Jerry and Barbara Quam coming in first after a thrilling chip-off. Second place went to Todd Posch, Todd and Loren Lindner, and Jay "I hit the house." Closest to the pin went to Gary McClellan and the longest drive went to Wes Morgan. Come on out and enjoy some golf or lunch or Loren's now famous break- fast served Thursday trough Sunday. Our new number is 284-6300. To have your golf results and club news included in this week- ly section, email the information to by Friday a t 3p.m. SPECIAL Luneh $49.00 1 sT ANNUAL AMERICAN HEROES GOLF TOURNAMENT Saturday, August 25 Nakoma Golf Resort, Home of the Dragon. This first annual tournament will raise funds for the Armed Forces Foundation, a U.S. Department of Defense supported 501c(3} non-profit that raises funds for our fighting forces in need of assistance after their return'from service. $175 Individual Entry Fee Includes: 18 hole scramble format, box lunch, buffet dinner, raffle prizes Raffle Grand Prize: Free Golf Privileges at the Dragon Golf Course for the 2013 Season For more information contact: Berger Benson, Tournament Chair 530-832-0888 Email: