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Gibson shots ace at Dayton Valley

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Joe Gibson of Dayton shot a hole-in-one on the sixth hole last Wednesday at the Dayton Valley Golf Course during a Empire Ranch Senior Men's Golf Club travel tournament.

Gibson used an 8 iron for his ace on the 118-yard, par-3 hole. The shot — witnessed by Paul Lockwood, Tom Harlow and Ray Huntley — helped Gibson win the tournament's C Flight and one of the hole-in-one prizes.

At the end of the Stableford tournament, Nick Paul emerged as the Flight A winner with his score of 43 points. Tom Sawyer took second-place with 41 points, followed by Gary Dalen with 40, Chuck Bell with 39 and Steve Reynolds with 36 to round out the top five.

Flight B was won by Steve Isaacson with a score of 40. Jack Medeiros was one point back at 39 and Jay Stuart took third-place at 37. Ken Cuneo prevailed on a tie-breaker to take fourth-place ahead of Hank Teague, as both players carded scores of 36.

Gibson finished with a 44 in Flight C, one point ahead of Harlow, while Ralph Bothe took third-place at 38. Dino DiCianno won a tie-breaker from Dennis Small to finish fourth, as both players finished at 36.

Closest-to-the-pin winners included Dalen on the fourth hole, Gibson with his ace on No. 6, Bill Brown on No. 13 and Harlow on No. 16.

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Karen Bowman shot 68 and Suzie Zimmerli 69 to finish second and third respectively in the Flight A low gross scoring on Eagle Valley's East Course. The low net leaders were Pat Gilbert at 49, Karen Bowman at 50 and Suzie at 52.

Flight 2 leaders were Nancee Staley with a low gross score of 76, while Denise Clodjeaux and Louise Smith-Engstrom tied for second place at 81. Low net leaders were Denise and Bonnie MacQuarrie, who tied for first-place at 54, while Gail Nelson was the runner-up with her 55.

Elks junior tournament on June 9

The inaugural Tahoe/Douglas Elks Lodge Junior Golf Tournament will be held on June 9 at the Carson Valley Golf Course.

Players 7 to 18 years of age are eligible to participate in the nine-hole event. The cost is $10 per player.

Registration is being taken online at http://www.carsonvalleygolf.com and more information is available by calling 265-3181.