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Local Golf Results

Local Golf Results

April 1, four-person Yellowball/Scramble for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association:

Yellowball first-place winners at 68: Teresa Giroux, Jim Turner, Gerry Turner and Bill Montana.

Yellowball second-place winners at 69: Dave Weir, Sherryl Mayes, Jess Hinojosa and Kathy Mills.

Scramble first-place winners at 62.2: Mike Frye, Lary Street, Lois Schuh and Jeff Novak.

Scramble second-place winners at 63.7: Wade Cordray, Bob Kennedy, Carlene Voerding and Ernie Green.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Dotty Kane, Randy Lemos, Randy Lemos and Bob Kennedy, respectively.

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

April 17, Individual Stroke Play tournament for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association:

Flight one, first- and second-place gross winners at 75 and 78: Denny Mayes and DW Warczak; first- and second-place net winners at 69 and 72: Garland Saip and John Milburn.

Flight two, first- and second-place gross winners at 82 and 84: Bruce Gold and Cecil Short; first- and second-place net winners at 70 and 71: Homer Myers and Ed Aquino.

Flight three, first- and second-place gross winners at 85 and 87: Clark Newby and Jim Stephens; first- and second-place net winners at 67 and 73: Tim Lynch and Jeff Novak.

Flight four, first- and second-place gross winners at 83 and 93: Guy Nelson and Ernie Green; first- and second-place net winners at 70 and 71: Amo Sanchez and Bill Montana.

Flight five, first- and second-place gross winners at 93 and 95: Larry Langley and Phil Sewell; first- and second-place net winners at 72 and 73: Mike Frye and Tom Younggren.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17 were Larry Langley, Wade Cordray, Bruce Gold and Ed Aquino.

April 18, Flight one, first- through third-place gross winners at 79, 83 and 88 were Darryl Gutierrez, Al Depisa and Ken White; first- through third-place net winners at 73, 83 and 89: Lynn Parker, Mike Farrah and Dave McAvoy.

Flight two, first- through third-place gross winners at 84, 85 and 88: Gregg Gale, Bill Ambungey and Jim Tousigant; first- through third-place net winners at 70, 73 and 75: Mark Gutierrez, Bill Bahr and Sam Scaletta.

Flight three, first- through third-place gross winners at 85, 89 and 92: Romeo Ramos, Mike Needy and Kevin Rossiter; first- through third-place net winners at 67, 71 and 75: Dan Ward, Rick Fellows and Guy Nelson.

Flight four, first- through third-place gross winners at 92, 94 and 98: Glen Colgate, Ken Miyazono and Jim McCullough; first- through third-place net winners at 69, 71 and 74: Duane Sowers, Jack Brumfield and Wendy Layne.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17 were Mike Needy, Bill Ambungey, Bruce Courtney and Bill Bahr.

At the start of the year there was a best hole tournament (take the best hole score from tjhree yearly tournament rounds and add them up to make one par 72 round). Here are the results:

Flight one, first-, second- and third-place winners at 61, 62 and 62: DW Warczak, Bruce Gold and Randy Lemos.

Flight two, first-, second- and third-place winners 57, 58 and 59: Cecil Short, Jim Tousigant and Curtis Ginnow.

Flight three, first-, second- and third-place winners at 55, 60 and 60: Dan Ward, Guy Nelson and Clark Newby.

Flight four, first-, second- and third-place winners at 57, 57 and 61: Glen Colgate, Jason Bardol and Larry Arnold.

Flight five, first-, second- and third-place winners at 59, 59 and 62: Duane Sowers, Ken Miyazono and Lou Kachnik.

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

Information on how to join Boulder City golf associations is available on the bulletin boards at Boulder City Municipal Golf Course.

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