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Local Golf Results

Local Golf Results

Feb. 5, Four Person Scramble tournament for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association:

Flight A, first-place winners at 53.6: Jim Turner, Gerry Turner, Teresa Giroux and Bill Montana.

Second-place winners at 55.3: Jess Hamilton, Clark Newby, Garland Saip and Don Dishane.

Third-place winners at 56.8: Marla Effertz, Dee Imboden, Ernie Green and Ken Miyazono.

Flight B, first-place winners at 55.5: Sherryl Mayes, Katy Ulrich, Carolyn Boes and Dave Weir.

Second-place winners at 55.8: Bruce Courtney, Alan Thomas, Lary Street and Birdie Hurst.

Third-place winners at 56.6: Al Robinson, Kathy Robinson, Ray Thurston and Bonnie Godtel.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Garland Saip, Mike Frye, Marla Effertz and Dave Weir.

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

Two person best ball tournaments for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association:

Feb 21, Flight one, first-place winners at 60: Gordon Garff and Curtis Ginnow.

Second-place winners at 63: Gary Moles and John Milburn.

Third-place winners at 65: Mark Holmstrand and DW Warczak.

Flight two, first-place winners at 62: Benji Sarnessar and JR Nelson.

Second-place winners at 63: Jim Stephens and Cecil Short.

Third-place winners at 65: Wade Cordray and Jim Turner.

Flight three, first-place winners at 63: Bruce Gold and Paul Gorman.

Second-place winners at 63: Ken Miyazona and Homer Myers.

Third-place winners at 65: Guy Nelson and Roger Montgomery.

Flight four, first-place winners at 61: Max Armentrout and Tom Younggren.

Second-place winners at 62: Larry Langley and Ken Delzer.

Third-place winners at 63: Buzz Betley and Steve Betley.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Kyle Davis, Clark Newby, Curtis Ginnow and Randy Lemos.

Feb. 22, Flight one, first-place winners at 65: Sam Scalleta and Mike Farrah.

Second-place winners at 66: Cecil Short and Jim Tousigant.

Third-place winners at 66: Bruce Courtney and Mike Needy.

Flight two, first-place winners at 58: Al DePisa and Duane Sowers.

Second-place winners at 62: Darren Hall and Dan Ward.

Third-place winners at 65: John Blanken and Rick Fellows.

Flight three, first-place winners at 60: Jason Bardol and Guy Nelson.

Second-place winners at 61: Lee Krebs and Jeff Morgan.

Third-place winners at 62: Jeff Novak and Mike Frye.

Flight four, first-place winners at 66: Jason Ng and Glen Colgate.

Second-place winners at 66: John Ryan and Keith Hoffman.

Third-place winners at 67: Lary Street and Clark Newby.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Jeff Novak, Kevin Rossiter, Lynn Parker and Mark Gutierrez.

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 bulletin boards at Boulder City Municipal Golf Course. Information about how to join the Winterwood Men’s Golf Association and the Boulder City Women’s Golf Association also is available.

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