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Paul Ferguson wins Tuross Head Scoty stableford competition

Tuross Head golfer, Paul Ferguson won Saturday’s competition, with a score of 37 stableford points.

He was closely followed by Ian Lawson who handed in a card of 35 points.

Other players who featured at the presentation were Jason Nikolic 34, Bruce Cleave 33 and Tony Brown 32 points.

Michael Walsh had the satisfaction of scoring an eagle on the par 5 tenth hole.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Paul Ferguson who was closest on the 4th hole with 2.70m m.

Adam Husband was best on the 6th with 4.4 m and

Colin Houghton won the 7th with 3.80 m.

B grade player Paul Hogan won the 4th hole with 5.51 m.

Greg Smith was awarded the 6th with a close 0.68 m and

Ian Manton won the 7th with 14 m.

C grade best was Peter McRae on the 4th with 4.52 m.

Steve Crossling was closest on the 6th with 5.1 m and

Des Jackson won the 7th with 6.53 m.

Thursday’s medley 18 hole competition was won by Ian Miller with 42 stableford points ahead of Tony Russell 37 with Bruce Lidbury and Herb Muriwai both finishing on 36 points.

Nearest the pins were awarded to Ian Wark on the 4th hole with 2.56m. Greg Smith on the 6th with 0.68 m and Mark Haberkorn on the 7th with 3.83 m.

Above: Paul Ferguson, Tuross Head Scoty stableford winner, with event sponsor Michael Walsh.

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