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Local Golf Results

Local Golf Results

June 4, Four-Person Shamble, two best ball, for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association:

Flight A, first-place winners at 108: Randy Lemos, Deb Lemos, Ken Ellis and Ruth Ellis.

Second-place winners at 109: Carlene Voerding, Bob Kennedy, Wade Cordray and Ernie Green.

Flight B, first-place winners tied at 109: Cathy Mills, Gary Moles, Bev Nelson, JR Nelson and Dave Weir, Sherryl Mayes, Lynn Hass, Kate Apel.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17, respectively: Gary Moles, Garland Saip, Carlene Voerding and Keith Hoffman.

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

June 19, Four-Man Scramble tournament for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association:

Flight A, gross winners at 60: DW Warczak, Jon Bodin, Denny Mayes and Garland Saip.

Net winners at 47: Wade Cordray, Bob Kennedy, Ernie Green and Jim Turner.

Flight B, gross winners at 64: Steve Betley, Bruce Gold, Ken Taylor and Ron Ohlhausen.

Net winners at 47: Lary Street, Ken Miyazono, Homer Myers and Jim McCullough.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17, respectively: Benji Sarnessar, Bob Jones, Cecil Short and Bruce Gold.

June 20,

Flight A, gross winners at 63: Sam Scaletta, Leonard Tanchala and Bruce Courtney.

Net winners at 47: Dan Ward, Dave Carlson, Darren Hall and Jim Tousignant.

Flight B, gross winners at 64: Glen Colgate, Guy Nelson, Jason Bardol and Jason Ng.

Net winners at 44: Wendy Layne, Mike Layne and Mike Falvo.

Closest to the pin winners on holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17, respectively: Bob Jones, Jeff Morgan, Jeff Morgan and Glen Colgate.

Information on how to join these Boulder City golf associations is available on the bulletin boards at Boulder City Municipal Golf Course, as is information about joining the Winterwood Men’s and Boulder City women’s golf associations.

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