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Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s and Women’s Golf Association

Four-person throw mama from the train two-best-score format, Dec. 3,

Flight A, first place at 81: Randy Lemos, Dave Weir, Sherryl Mayes and blind draw.

Second place at 82: Wade Cordray, Ernie Green, Carlene Voerding and Bob Kennedy.

Flight B, first place at 81: Cathy Mills, Jess Hinojosa, Carolyn Boes and blind draw.

Second place at 81: Larry Eden, Mike Frye, Jeff Novak and blind draw.

Closest to the pin on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17, respectively: Deanna Imboden, Benji Sarnessar, Larry Eden and Larry Eden.

 

Boulder City Men’s Golf Association

Two-person, best-ball tournaments

Dec. 18

Flight one, first place at 61: Tim Lynch and Chad Anderson.

Second place at 62: Benji Sarnessar and Leigh Wilson.

Third place at 63: Garland Saip and Jim Stephens.

Flight two, first place at 63: Dan Ward and blind draw.

Second-place at 64: Gary Moles and John Milburn.

Third place at 65: Wade Cordray and Ernie Green.

Flight three, first place at 63: Bruce Gold and Ken Taylor.

Second place at 63: Steve Boyle and Bill Montana.

Third place at 64 were: Ropp and Wayne Mrozinski .

Flight four, first place at 63: Jim McCullough and Ibraham Garba.

Second place at 65: Keith Hoffman and John Ryan.

Third place at 70: Clark Newby and Lary Street.

Closest to the pin on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17, respectively: Steve Boyle, Leigh Wilson, Bruce Gold and Ed Aquino

 

Dec. 19

Flight one, first place at 60: Jim Tousignant and blind draw.

Second place at 63: Mark Gutierrez and Darryl Gutierrez.

Third place at 67: Bill Amburgey and Johnie Vance.

Flight two, first-place at 57: Al DePisa and Duane Sowers.

Second place at 60: Gary Reed and blind draw.

Third place at 62: Anthony Spingler and Romeo Ramos.

Flight three, first place at 61: Bill Bahr and blind draw.

Second place at 61: Clark Newby and blind draw.

Third place at 62: Jason Ng and Jason Bardol.

Flight four, first place at 61: Jerry Boggess and Craig Boggess.

Second place at 63: Lary Street and W. P. Layne.

Third place at 64: Mike Layne and Wendy Layne.

Closest to the pin on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17, respectively: Craig Boggess, Craig Boggess, Duane Sowers and Mark Gutierrez.

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

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