Hines wins men’s club event
June 22, 2017
Tim Hines emerged as the Flight A winner Sunday during Carson Valley Men's Golf Club tournament play.
Hines carded a net score of 30 in the "Blind 9" — nine golf holes selected in the blind — individual stroke play at the Carson Valley Golf Course.
Marc Menezes took second-place with his 33, while Ken Smitreski finished third at 35.
Chris Willing won Flight B with his 31, while Fred Coons and Matthew Budjako tied for second-place at 33.
Joe Morrison and Larry Rutledge tied for first-place in Flight C with scores of 32, while Bob Van Nort finished one shot behind to round out the top three.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were Hines on the first hole, Smitreski on No. 13 and Gary Carsten on No. 18.
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