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Tuross Head Men's Golf Sat May 27th


Another balmy autumn day encouraged a good turnout of golfers for the Tuross Head Country Club Saturday stableford competition with the winning award being presented to visiting Moruya golfer, Ken Parkes.

Ken handed in a high scoring card of 43 points.

Richard Kelly 38 points, Peter Nikolic and Adam Husband, both on 36 points, filled the remaining positions.

The Irish 4 Ball competition held in conjunction with the single stableford was won by Tony Brown, Wayne Fullerton, Graeme Bell and Chris Cox with 89 points.

Nearest the pin winners were:

A grade players; David Schmid was best on the 4th hole with 8.85 m.

Brad Doolan was closest on the 6th with 1.93 m and

Adam Husband won the 7th hole with 2.85 m.

B grade: Peter Nikolic won the 4th with 2.81 m.and

Steve O'Shea was awarded the 6th with 4.79 m.

C grade: Colin fletcher was the closest on the 4th hole with 0.94 m.

Bruce Brawn won the 6th with 3.25 m and

Ross Hendy was the best on the 7th with 2.84 m.

Thursday 18 medley stableford competition.

This popular mid week event was won by Ron rogers with 38 stableford points ahead of Al Gannon 35, Peter Nikolic 34 and Colin Houghton 34.

Golfers are reminded of the 4 Person Ambrose fundraising competition to be held on Sunday June 25 and the Far South Coast Veterans monthly stableford competition which will be held at Tuross Head on Friday June 30.


Above: Winning Tuross Head golfers Al Gannon, Ron Rogers, Colin Houghton and Peter Nikolic. Photo by Paul Ppaul pereira

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