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Gannon takes out Tuross A Grade


The Tuross Head men's club golf president, Al Gannon showed fellow golfers, that he can also make his presence felt on the course as well as in the committee room, by winning the monthly A grade medal competition with a score of 69 net.

He was followed by Mark Haberkorn with 72 strokes.

Bruce Martin was the best of the B grade division with 70 strokes beating Ian Miller on a countback.

Derek Hoare led the C grade players into the clubhouse with 70 strokes with Bruce Brawn filling second position with 75 net strokes.

Colin Houghton had the best round of golf off the stick with a round of 75.

The golden shot award on the second par 4 hole was won by Bruce Martin with 5.17 m.

Nearest the pins:

Mark Haberkorn was closest on the 4th hole with 0.78 m. and

also won the 6th with 1.84 m.

Aaron Monopoli was best on the 7th with 1.4 m.

B grade golfer Trevor Jones won the 4th hole with 3.88 m.

Peter Hogan won the 6th with 1.48 m and

Trevor Jones finished a good day by winning the 7th with 7.1 m.

C grade division player Peter Mcrae was the best on the 4th hole with 6.45 m.

and Wayne Fullerton was awarded the 6th with 3.3 m.

This coming Saturday competition will be the Scoty stableford round.


Above: Tuross Head men's golf president Allen Gannon, monthly medal winner, receives his award from event sponsor, Colin Houghton.​

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