Schreiber wins Carson Valley ‘Masters’ title
Jeff Schreiber was a two-shot winner over Dennis Patterson in the annual Carson Valley Men’s Golf Club Masters Tournament that ended last Sunday at the Carson Valley Golf Course.
Schreiber carded a two-round net score of 136 to edge out Patterson at 138 for Flight A in the tournament, which started with the first round on April 23. The scores from this tournament was the total of the individual stoke play for the two days.
Dan Essary, Marc Menezes and Marc Prause shared third-place with identical scores of 144.
Ron Fukuyama shot 139 to win Flight B, ahead of Augie Martinez at 141. Fred Coons took third-place with his 145 and Mike Davis finished fourth at 146.
Chris Willing carded a 133 to capture first-place in Flight C, while Brick Ludington finished second at 136. Jim Arens and Jim Pillsbury tied for third-place at 142.
Larry Lockwood shot 130 to win Flight D, ahead of Melvin Ness at 136 in second-place. John Guidicatti carded a score of 139 to finish in third-place. Jack Zippwald and John Pearson finished together with scores of 144 to share fourth-place.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were Willing on the first hole and Coons on No. 18.
Mick wins at Empire Ranch
Gary Mick won Flight A on Wednesday during an Empire Ranch Senior Men’s Golf Club Stableford tournament in Carson City.
Mick carded a net score of 44 at Empire Ranch Golf Club. Dennis Joseph finished at 43 for second-place, ahead of Steve Hinckley’s 40 for third-place, Mike Croswait’s 39 and Geoff Swann’s 39 to round out the top five.
Skip Yokota emerged as the Flight B winner at 47, ahead of Fred Olesek at 42 in second-place. John Masiello and Dave Nolte finished together at 40 and Dave Ziegler shot a 38 to finish fifth.
A total of four points separated the top five players in Flight C. Ken Cuneo shot 43 for first-place, Robert Pluth shot 42 for second-place, while Moe Dias and Tom Wickham finished together at 41. Bob White shot 39 for fifth-place.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were Rich Torok on the fifth hole of the Blue Course, Dave Serviss on Blue No. 8, Pluth on Red No. 3 and Greg Stikes on Red No. 8.