106°F
weather icon Clear

Golf Results

Oct. 2, Four-person team, Three Best Balls tournament for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association:

Flight A:

First-place winners at 140: Phil Sewell, Amo Sanchez, Ken Delzer and Larry Arnold.

Second-place winners at 145: Bruce Courtney, Lauren Lucas, Mike Lucas and Alan Thomas.

Third-place winners at 146: Wade Cordray, Ernie Green, Carlene Voerding and Bob Kennedy.

Flight B:

First-place winners at 137: Kathy Mills, Jess Hamilton, Clark Newby and Wayne Ross.

Second-place winners at 139: Randy Lemos, Deb Lemos, Ken Ellis and Ruth Ellis.

Third-place winners at 140: Gerry Turner, Jim Turner, Teresa Giroux and Bob Wattenbarger

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Ray Thurston, Larry Eden, JR Nelson and Guest Dale Pittman.

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

September and October tournaments for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association:

The two September and two October tournaments were individual stroke play and the first two rounds played were averaged out and used to determine the two best gross scores for overall club champion and the two best net scores in each flight to determine club flight winners.

Gordon Garff at 143 and Kyle Davis at 144 were the best gross winners and they will play an 18 hole match play to determine the club champion and runner-up.

The best two net scores in each flight will also play an 18-hole match play to determine first and second places in each flight. The flight winners were:

Flight 1: Darryl Guitierrez at 143 and Bruce Gold at 144.

Flight 2: Bruce Courtney at 136 and Anthony Spingler at 142.

Flight 3: Sam Scalleta at 132 and Jim Tousignant at 132.

Flight 4: Dan Ward at 138 and Ernie Green at 142.

Flight 5: Ken Konops at 136 and Glen Colgate at 139.

Flight 6: Jason Ng at 139 and Ken Dezler at 147.

September closest to the pin results were not available.

Oct. 17 closest to the pin winners at holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17 were Ken Konops, Wade Cordray, Gordon Garff and Carl Truman.

Oct. 18 closest to the pin winners at holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17 were Mike Needy, Curt Ginnow, Bruce Courtney and Randy Lemos.

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

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

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
THE LATEST
Pool opens for summer Monday

The Boulder City Municipal Pool reopens Monday, May 31, after being closed for several weeks to remove the bubble.

Visit giants, see giant vistas in Sequoia

Many a wish list includes the aspiration to walk among the world’s largest trees. That’s a relatively easy wish to fulfill in California’s Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks, about a seven-hour drive from Boulder City.

Explore history, raft, fish, camp at Lees Ferry on Colorado River

In Lees Ferry, Arizona, the past remains visible in the present. It is a good destination for a night or two beneath the stars in a remote area along the Colorado River at the eastern base of the stunning Vermilion Cliffs.

Meadows are birders’ paradise

Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful place to hop your way into spring. An easy day trip of about 100 miles from Boulder City, this 24,000-acre refuge lies in Amargosa Valley, a few miles beyond Pahrump. One of the largest oases in the Mojave Desert, it was designated a refuge in 1984.

Falls an oasis in Death Valley

When you think of Death Valley National Park, California, you probably don’t conjure images of a year-round stream and waterfall. But at Darwin Falls you get that and more.

Explore Zion with field of experts

The Zion National Park Forever Project (formerly known as the Zion Canyon Field Institute) is now in its 20th year of hosting field programs. Below are the events scheduled through July, yet be assured, many of the same programs, plus additional offerings, will also be conducted later in the year.

Death Valley’s Eureka Dunes perfect for adventurers

To visit Eureka Dunes in Death Valley National Park, California, takes preparation and a willingness to drive some rough backcountry gravel roads. It’s quite an adventure just getting there, but in this remote area of the park, you can experience serene and quiet beauty. If you’re up to it, late winter is the time to go.