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Paul Israel stableford competition winner at Tuross Head

Paul Israel was the winner of the Tuross Head Country Club stableford completion on Saturday with a score of 38 stableford points.

He was closely followed by John Phyland with 37 points.

Frank Pomfret filled third position with 36 points and Allen Lee 35 points and Ken Brown 34 points took out the remaining awards.

Nearest the pins.

A grade: Adam Husband won the 4th hole with 3.90 m.

Mark Haberkorn was best on the 6th hole with 2.38 m and

Mark was also closest on the 7th with 4.77 m.

B grade: John Phyland was awarded the 4th with 2.61 m.

Frank Pomfret won the 6th with 3.85 m and

Ian Miller was closest on the 7th with 4.82 m.

C grade: Mick Elfar was best on the 4th hole with 2.70 m and

Greg Ware claimed the award on the 6th with 4.77 m.

The coming Saturday competition at Tuross is the monthly medal stroke and putts round.

Thursday’s medley 18 hole stableford competition was won by Ian McManus with 34 points ahead of Martin Booth 33 points. Wendy Schmid and Paul Israel both on 31 points claimed the

remaining awards.

David Schmid with 7.7 m won the nearest the pin on the 4th.

Ian McManus was closest on the 6th with 0.16 m and

Michael Kermode won the 7th with 2.95 m.

Above: Paul Israel wins stableford competition at Tuross Head. Photo: Tony Brown.

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