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Golf Results

Tournaments for those 55 and older are held every the first Thursday of the month.

Sept. 4, Four-Person Scramble tournament for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association:

Flight A, first-place winners at 54.8:

Alan Thomas, Bruce Courtney and Larry Street.

Second-place winners at 56.6:

Wade Cordray, Ernie Green, Carlene Voerding and Bob Kennedy.

Flight B, first-place winners at 56.7:

Bonnie Godtel, Al and Kate Robinson and Ray Thurston.

Second-place winners at 58.9:

Kathy Mills, Jess Hamilton, Clark Newby and Wayne Ross.

Men’s club tournaments are held every month on Friday and Saturday around the middle of each month.

Aug. 15 and 16, Two-Person Stableford tournaments for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association:

Friday Flight 1, first-place winner at 43:

Garland Saip with a blind draw.

Second-place winner at 40:

Bruce Courtney with a blind draw.

Third-place winners at 36:

Gordon Garf and Curtis Ginnow.

Flight 2, first-place winners at 44:

Steve Betley and Gary Moles.

Second-place winners at 42:

Kyle Davis and Rob Jackson.

Third-place winners at 42:

Wade Cordray and Jim Turner.

Flight 3, first-place winners at 47:

Bob Kennedy and Ernie Green.

Second-place winners at 42:

Amo Sanchez and Ed Aquino.

Third-place winners at 41:

Ken Miyazono and Homer Myers.

Flight 4, first-place winners at 41:

Ken Delzer and Phil Sewell.

Second-place winners at 35:

Clark Newby and Wayne Ross.

Third-place winners at 32:

Ken Taylor and Paul Gorman.

Saturday Flight 1, first-place winners at 48:

Anthony Spingler and Bill Bahr.

Second-place winners at 41:

Bruce Courtney and Mike Needy.

Third-place winners at 40:

Sam Scaletta and Mike Farrah.

Flight 2, first-place winner at 42:

Jim Tousigant with a blind draw.

Second-place winners at 42:

Gregg Gale and Jack Brumfield.

Third-place winners at 41:

Brian Bien and Jeff Novak.

Flight 3, first-place winners at 35:

Warren Dean and Chris Charlton.

Second-place winners at 33:

Mike Frye and Larry Eden.

Third-place winner at 29:

Jason Bardol with a blind draw.

Information on how to join these two Boulder City golf associations is available on the corresponding bulletin boards at Boulder City Municipal Golf Course.

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