Four friends participated in a golf match for help raise money for a local charity. The competition between them was steep and each played one of the best games of his life. During the 18-hole match, each friend played very poorly and over par at one hole. But, each also scored a hole-in-one at one hole. Most amazing, these accomplishments all happened at different holes. Determine the full name of each golfer, the hole number for each poor shot and each hole-in-one, and their final scores.
1. John got the first hole-in-one. Mr. Knight had the highest score (which in golf means he lost the match).
2. Steve, whose last name isn't Price, was over par six holes earlier than his hole-in-one shot.
3. Bill placed ahead of Walter but after Mr. Grant.
4. The man who got the last hole-in-one had the lowest score. The man who was over par last got his hole-in-one first.
5. From the highest score of 64 to the lowest score of 57, the friends placed as: the man whose over par game was 12, Bill, the man who got a hole-in-one at the second hole, and Mr. Mann.
6. The man who shot a hole-in-one in the 6th hole had his over par game in the 4th hole.
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