THCC Monthly Medal Awarded to Martin Booth

The Tuross Head Country Club monthly medal 18 hole stroke event, held over three divisions, is always hotly contested and this weeks winner in A grade was Martin Booth with a score of a net 68 with Leigh Coloe filling second position with 69 net.

B grade was won by Frank Pomfret with 70 net strokes ahead of Richard Kelly on a countback.

Gerald Strickland was the best of the C grade players with 70 strokes and Herb Muriwai was second with 71 strokes.

Leigh Coloe's round of 70 off the stick was the best round of the day and Richard Kelly's 25 putts were good enough to win the putting competition.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Steve Walker on the 4th hole with 0.43 m.

Paul Ferguson won the 6th with 4.80 m and

Troy Kingdom was best on the 7th with 7.10 m.

B grade player Peter Mostyn was awarded the 4th with 4.66 m.

Russell Taylor the 6th with 6.25 m and

Peter Mostyn also won the 7th hole with 9.50.

C grade golfer Kane Duncan was closest on the 4th with 4.65 m.

Steve Crossling won the 6th with 9.25 m and

Derek Hoare the long par 3 7th hole with 8.28m.

Next Saturday's competition is the Scoty stableford event.

Thursday's 18 hole medley competition was won by Peter Nikolic with 37 stableford points ahead of Jennifer Gray 36, Bruce Cleve 35 and Ian Manton 34.

Nearest the pins were awarded to Peter Nikolic on the 4th hole with 4.83 m and Ian Manton on the 7th with 6.15 m.

Above: THCC A grade monthly medal winner Martin Booth with club president Al Gannon.

Above: THCC putting competition winner Richard Kelly.

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