Paden, Rambaud lead the pack at Tahoe

Gary PadenHost Gary Paden won low net and Larry Rambaud claimed low gross at our recent two day tournament at Lake Tahoe.

Second low net went to Geary Engles and Cheryl Dinjian was third low net.

Play began on Saturday, August 30 at Coyote Moon. Jim Pescatore (84-73) claimed both low net and low gross money. Bruce Orlebeck (89-74) won a card-off over Gary Paden (88-74) for second low net.

Closest to the flagstick winners at Coyote Moon were Larry Benevento and Ellen Scott.

On Sunday, August 31 at Gray's Crossing, Geary Engles (91-70) was the low net winner and Gary Long (87) took home the low gross money. Second low net went to Gary Paden (88-74) in a card-off over Anne Johnson (95-74).

Closest to the flagstick winners at Gray's Crossing were Louie Cosentino and Geary Engles.

Players and guests enjoyed dinner on Saturday evening at Truckee's Bar of America. Visit the "Pictures" page for photos.

Gary Paden was the tournament chair and did an outstanding job. We had 20 players....a record turnout for the Tahoe Two Day. Players enjoyed beautiful weather both days.


munoz shines at the ranch

Lindsay MunozLindsay Munoz (90) fired a net 65 to run away with the MBGFR August event at Carmel Valley Ranch.

Sixteen players took part in the breezy Carmel Valley event.

Larry Benevento (87-71) was second low net, Tom Warburton (85-72) was third and guest Mike Black (86-72) lost the card-off but took fourth place money.

MBGFR President Tom McKinney was low gross with an 85.

Closest to the flagstick payoffs went to Louie Cosentino on #7 and Steve Horvath on #13.

Geary Engles was the event chair and special thanks to member Bill Dalhamer for making the arrangements for a great day of golf at Carmel Valley Ranch Golf Club.