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Tuross Head Country Club Men’s Golf Saturday April 1

The Tuross Head Country Club monthly medal held over three divisions was won by Adam Husband in the A grade section with a score of 69 net strokes with Ray Bollard finishing second with 71 net.

B grade golfer Ron Rogers was the best in this grade with 72 net edging out Ian McManus on a countback.

Greg Ware won the C grade competition with 74 net, relegating Rodney Bowron to second spot on a countback.

Colin Houghton’s 74 was the best off the stick score for the day. He was also successful in winning the Golden Shot award for the

closest second shot on the par 4 second hole with a close 3.09 m.

Nearest the pin winners were:

A grade players Michael Walsh won the 4th hole with 4.20 m. and he was also successful on the 6th with 2.26 m.

Stu McKell was closest on the 7th with 2.78 m.

B grade golfer Daryl Kidney was best on the 4th hole with 8.50 m.

John Phyland won the 6th with 6.22 m and

Ian Manton was awarded the 7th with 4.33 m.

In C grade division Mick Elfar was closest on the 4th with 3.02 m.

The evergreen John Sands was the winner on the 6th with 7.98 m and

Mike Allen continued his good form with 5.56 m on the 7th hole.

The coming Saturday event is the single stableford Scoty event.

Golfers are reminded that the first and third Saturday of each month are ear marked for working bees.

The Thursday single stableford medley competition was won by Bruce Cleeve with 39 points ahead of Peter Nikolic 37, Colin Houghton 37 and Tony Russell 35.

Peter Garn won closest to the pin on the 4th with 2.87 m.

Ian McManus won the 6th with 1.87 m and Tony Russell was best on the 7th hole with 3.08 m.

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