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Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf results Saturday April 22nd

A pleasant autumn day and a golf course presented in an ideal condition, ensured an enjoyable round of golf and resulted in players handing in goods scores at Tuross Head last Saturday.

Dave Bray was the leader of the stableford competition with 40 points in the closely

followed by Ian Manton with 39 points.

Mark Haberkorn filled third spot with 37 points followed by Greg Ware and Greg Booth who both finished on 37 points.

Balls were presented to golfers down to 32 points.

Nearest the pin winners were;

A grade. Ray Bollard won the 4th hole with 4.89 m.

Reg Apps was closest on the 6th hole with 0.79 m and Adam Husband was best on the 7th with 4.61 m.

B grade: Ron Rogers won the 4th hole with 4.23 m.

Trevor Jones was the closest on the 6th with 2.00 m and Peter Garn was awarded the 7th with 10.59 m.

C grade: Peter Mostyn was closest on the 4th hole with 3.03 m and

Colin Fletcher was best on the 6th with 5.61 m.

The coming Saturday competition is a single stableford round.

Thursday’s THCC medley competition was won by Dave Schmid with 38 points, followed by

Dave Bray 37 ahead of Ian McManus on a countback. Kath Gannon won the remaining voucher.

Above: THCC stableford runner up Ian Manton

Above: Tuross Head Country Club stableford winner Dave Bray.

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