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GOLF RESULTS

Jan. 8, Four-person team 1, 2, 3 tournament for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association:

Flight A, first-place winners at 126: Bev and JR Nelson, Gary Moles and John Milburn. Second-place winners at 127: Wade Cordray, Ernie Green, Bob Kennedy and Carlene Voerding.

Flight B, first-place winners at 120: Jess Hamilton, Lary Street, Clark Newby and Garland Saip. Second-place winners at 126: Keith Hoffman, John Ryan, Ray Thurston and Bonnie Godtel.

Closest-to-the-pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: John Milburn, Gary Moles, JR Nelson and Al Robinson.

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

Jan. 16, Four-person scramble tournaments for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association:

Flight 1 winners at 63: Justin Bicknell, Kyle Davis, Jim Ropp and Randy Lemos. Flight 2 winners at 64: Lary Street, Curtis Ginnow, Gordon Garff and guest Mr. Rothie.

Flight 3 winners at 64: Ken Miyazono, Garland Saip, Jim Stephens and Jeff Novak. Flight 4 winners at 67: Ken Delzer, Phil Sewell, Larry Langley and Ed Aquino.

Closest-to-the-pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Paul Butterfield, Chad Anderson, DW Warczak and Garland Saip.

Jan. 17

Flight 1 winners at 63: Darryl Gutierrez, Mark Gutierrez and guest Mr. Mack. Flight 2 winners at 64: Dan Ward, Cecil Short and Darren Hall.

Flight 3 winners at 65: Jason Bardol, Jason Ng, Lynn Parker and Bill Amburgey. Flight 4 winners at 73: Craig Boggess, Jerry Boggess, W. P. Layne and guest Mr. Allen.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Gregg Gale, Al Depisa, Mark Gutierrez and Lynn Parker.

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. Information also is available about the Winterwood Men’s and Boulder City Women’s golf associations.

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