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Drought ends at Nevada County CC

After 13 months without a single hole in one scored at Nevada County Country Club, two aces were made during the month of January.

On Jan. 23, Jeff Liddle recorded his eighth lifetime ace, holing out on No. 2 from the upper tee station. Liddle used a 9-iron.



On Monday, Larry Seelig holed using an 8-iron, also from the upper tee on No. 2. The ace was Seelig’s second in his career.

Hole in one at Alta Sierra CC




Blaine Wegley, an Alta Sierra Country Club member, scored the second hole in one of his career on Monday. With the pin tucked into the upper right corner of the green, Wegley aced No. 7 with a 5-iron, the same club he used for his previous hole in one.

EWGA to meet Feb. 6

The next meeting for the Auburn branch of the Executive Women’s Golf Association will take place Feb. 6th at 11:00 a.m. at DarkHorse Golf Club. The meeting will last for approximately one hour to an hour and a half. Twenty-five women attended the first chapter meeting, Jan. 23.

At the upcoming meeting, organizers expect to start putting people into executive positions. For more information call Sally Saunders at 269-2828 or go to http://www.darkhorse.com and click on the events menu and choose EWGA.

Short-game clinic

Need help reading greens, controlling distance or direction or how to choose the right putter or putting drills? Attend Mr. John Uhte’s Saturday afternoon short-game clinics on Sat. Feb. 12th or Sat. March 12th. The clinic runs from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. and is $20 per person with a maximum of eight golfers per session. Call the golf shop at 530-269-7900 to make an advanced reservation.

Valentine’s Dinner

The DarkHorse Golf Club restaurant is hosting a special Valentine’s Dinner Sat. Jan. 12th. On the menu will be citrus salad, lobster bisque, beef tenderloin accompanied by shrimp thermidor, and cherries jubilee. A wine selection will be available.

For reservations, call (530) 269-7900, ext. 206.


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