Country Club hosts Ladies Niners Invite |

Country Club hosts Ladies Niners Invite

The Nevada County Country Club Ladies Niners held their Invitational Tournament on Sept. 21, with a full field of 48 ladies and guests attending from area courses such as Alta Sierra, Lake of the Pines, Lake Wildwood and Coyote Run.

The team of Letha Baker, Renny Baker, Jo Heller and Sheri Smith took first place in the First Flight, while Betty Klassy, Heidi Estep, Lou Sheehan and Margie Turner were the Second Flight winners.

Results of the tournament are as follows;

1st Flight

1st Place – Letha Baker, Renny Baker, Jo Heller, Sheri Smith

2nd Place – Sue Gross, Sandy Peterson, Cherie Mayfield, Betty Savage

3rd Place – Janice Morrison, Clarice Short, Phyllis Sorenson, Pat Bennett

2nd Flight

1st Place – Betty Klassy, Heidi Estep, Lou Sheehan, Margie Turner

2nd Place – Marian Slayton, Shirley Geraths, Pat Gaddis, Joanie Gillard

3rd Place – Barbara Perdue, Jo Short, Jean Severson, Katy McKay

NCCC Couples


The Nevada County Country Club held its Couples Invitational on Sept. 18.

Results of the tournament are as follows;

1st Flight

1st Place – Gary & Mary Deardorff, George & Dee Hurst – 118

2nd Place – Larry & Lynn Hinrichs, Jim McNitt & Jackie Shook – 121

3rd Place – Paul & Sherrie Rankin, John & Sharon Ziegler – 124

2nd Flight

1st Place – Jack Moorhead & Pat Tintle, Jim & Mary Stratinger – 118

2nd Place – Gary & Arlene Fowler, Frank & Ginny Franzago – 119

3rd Place – Mel & Pat Gaddis, Al Jose & Carole Pierce -122

Alta Sierra CC

Women’s Club


Kathleen Brady held on by one stroke to win the Sept. 30 Women’s Club Championship Tournament at the Alta Sierra Country Club with her total of 267.

Cathie Krivacic took second place in the first flight with her 268, followed by Nancy Guastaferro’s 272.

In the second flight Mary Gobby had the low gross of 299.

In the third flight, Marie Duncan took first with 323.

Carol Evans had 342, and Edda Howe shot 351.

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