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THCC men's golf Saturday August 5th


The monthly medal competition held at the Tuross Head Country Club is always a keenly contested event, even more so this week, as it was the first round of the annual triathlon event.

Held over three divisions winners were Paul Ferguson whose stroke round of a net 71

resulted in a win for him in A grade with Jason Nikolic filling second placing with 74.

Greg Ware, who was also the day’s sponsor, won B grade with a net 72 closely followed by Bruce Martin with 73 strokes.

C grade was awarded to Terry Milliken with a low 67 strokes.

Paul Israel was second with 73 strokes.

Colin Houghton had the lowest off the stick score with 75.

A putting competition, held in conjunction with the main event, as won by Dave Bray

with 25 putts.

The Golden Shot award, for the closest second shot on the second par 4 hole, was won by Colin Houghton with 2.65 m.

The coming Saturday event at Tuross Head is the Scoty single stableford

Nearest the pins were:

A grade player Paul Ferguson was closest on the 4th hole with 2.94 m.

Ian Lawson won the 6th with 1.67 m and

Leigh Coloe the 7th hole with 10.00 m.

B grade best on the 4th was John Phyland with 2.26 m. and

Martin Booth was awarded the 6th with 3.53 m

C grade golfer John Sands won the 4th hole with 2.24 m and

Bruce Brawn was best on the 6th with 4.00 m.

Thursday’s stableford medley competition was won by Ian Miller with 42 points from Ian Manton 38, Colin Houghton 37 and Herb Muriwai 36 points.


Above: Tuross Head monthly medal winners Paul Ferguson and Greg Ware.

Photo: Case Hengst.

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