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Local golf tourney results

July 3, Four person scramble tournament for Plus 55 Boulder City Mens’/Women’s Golf Association:

Closest to the pin winners for holes No. 4, 7, 14 and 17: Bruce Courtney, Deanna Imboden, Ken Miyazono and Gary Moles.

Flight A first-place winners at 55.8: Jess Hinojosa, Dave Weir, Alan Thomas and Bruce Courtney. Second-place winners at 57.4 were Wade Cordray, Ernie Green, Bob Kennedy and Carlene Voerding.

Flight B first-place winners at 56.1: Ken Miyazozo, Gary Clark, John Ryan and Kieth Hoffman. Second-place winners at 56.5 were Bob Cauley, Gary Moles, Clark Newby and Wayne Ross.

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Plus 55 tournaments for those 55 years and older are held the first Thursday of the month.

June 20 and 21, four man scramble tournaments for Boulder City Men’s Golf Association:

Friday Flight A first-place winners at 55.0: Dwight Warczak, John Bodin, Roger Hamel and Denny Mayes. Second-place winners at 55.1 were Jeff Novak, Carl Truman and Paul Butterfield with a blind draw.

Flight B first-place winners at 55.0: Amo Sanchez, Ed Aquino, Larry Arnold and Phil Sewell. Second-place winners at 56 were Paul Gorman, Ken Taylor, Bruce Gold and Ron Ohlhausen.

Saturday Flight A first-place winners at 52: Mike Frye, Larry Eden, Jeff Novak and Brian Bien.

Flight B first-place winners at 50: Glen Colegate, Jason Bardol and Romeo Ramos with a blind draw.

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.

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