Tuross Golf results - Sat Jan 4th

The Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday completion, a 18 hole monthly medal event, was hotly contested over three divisions.

A grade winner Ben Hewison had a net 67 relegating Colin Houghton to second spot on a countback. Ben also won the Golden Shot award on the 2nd hole with 0.90 m. and he finished a good day by also having the lowest number of putts with 24.

Colin Houghton however had the satisfaction of scoring the lowest off the stick round with 71 strokes.

Rob Josifovski was the best B grade player with 69 net and Reginald Apps filled second placing with 71.

In the C grade division Paul Israel won with a net 70 and Michael Hogan was second with 71.

Nearest the pin winners were A grade: Colin Houghton on the 4th with 3.30 m.

Leigh Coloe was closest on the 6th with 0.45 m and Ray Bollard was best on the 7th with 3.64

B grade: Steve Swanbury was the winner on the 4th hole with 1.80 m.

Ian Miller won the 6th with 3.43 m and John Phyland the 7th with 1.45 m.

C grade: Roger Chappell was the best on the 4th with 4.65 m.

Ross Hendy won the 6th with 3.3 m.

The coming Saturday event at Tuross Head is the Scoty Stableford competition.

The Thursday 18 hole stableford medley competition is gaining increasing support and has the advantage that golfers can tee off at their own selected time.

Sean Bamborough was this weeks winner with Trevor Jones, Bruce Martin and Steve Swanbury filling the minor placings.

Above: Men's golf captain Bruce Lidbury, event sponsor Ian McManus and A grade medal winner Ben Hewison.

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