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Local Golf Results

Sept. 1 four-person two best scores, Throw Momma From the Train format, for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association

n Flight A, first place at 78: Dotie Kane, Roger Montgomery, Benji Sarnessar and Cecil Short.

n Second place at 80: Ron Ohlhausen, Ken Taylor, Gerry Turner and Jim Turner.

n Flight B, first place at 82: John Ryan, G. Pittman, Kieth Hoffman and Brad Kreutzer.

n Second place at 84: Bonnie Godtel, Kathy Robinson, Al Robinson and Ray Thurston.

n Closest to the pin on holes No.., 4, 7, 14 and 17: Phil Sewell, Garland Saip, Al Robinson and Bruce Courtney, respectively.

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


Sept. 18 and 19 Individual Club Championship tournament for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association

The first two rounds played in the September and October tournaments were used to determine the results.

n Flight One gross club champion and runner-up: Kyle Davis, 8, 74; Gordon Garff, 1, 76; and Dwight Warczak, 8, 79.

n Flight one, lowest handicap net: Bruce Gold, 10, 72; Mike Farrak, 10, 73; Benji Sarnessar, 9, 74.

n Flight two: Anthony Spingler, 14, 65; James Tousignant, 14; 69; Bruce Courtney, 12, 70.

n Flight three: Carl Truman, 16, 66; Jim Turner, 16, 69; Amo Sanchez, 15, 70; Bill Bahr, 16, 70.

n Flight four: Sam Scaletta, 17, 71; Romeo Ramos, 17, 71; Dave Carlson, 18, 71.

n Flight five: Jason Janson, 22, 65; James Ropp, 21, 71; Ken Taylor, 25, 74.

n Flight six, handicap gross net: Jason Ng, 26, 71; Jack Brumfield, 27, 71; Lou Kachnik, 26, 74; Lary Street, 34, 74.

n Closest to the pin on Friday on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Gordon Garff, Ken Kopnops, Mark Holmstrand and Mark Holmstrand, respectively.

n Closest to the pin on Saturday on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Al De Pisa, Gregg Gale, Mike Falvo and Bruce Courtney, respectively.

Information on how to join these two Boulder City golf associations is available on the bulletin boards at Boulder City Municipal Golf Course. Informationi also is available on how to join the Winterwood Men’s and Boulder City Women’s golf associations.

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