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Chris Cox: Easy THCC men's par event golf winner.


Tuross Head Country Club men's golf held a 18 hole par competition on Saturday and the run away winner of the event was Chris Cox with a card of plus 8.

This placed Chris well in front of the next closest player Steven O'Shea who returned a score of plus 1.

Stephen Crossling and Stephen Swanbury also handed in cards of plus 1 with Dave Bray following with a squared round.

Nearest the pin winners were:

A grade player Tony Russell was closest on the 4th hole with 4.01 m.

Dave Bray won the 6th with 2.03 m and

Adam Husband was best on the 7th with 2.33 m.

B grade golfer Steve Swanbury was awarded the 4th hole with a close 1.3 m.

Ian Martin won the 6th with 3.03 m and

Kevin Dukes the 7th with 3.67 m.

C grader Graeme Bell won the 4th with 3.8 m.

Darren Wilmouth the 6th with 2.00 m and

Ross Hendy was best on the 7th with 11.04 m.

The Thursday medley stableford competition was won by Steve Swanbury with 39 points from Al Gannon on a countback.

Bruce Martin 37 and Paul Israel 36 filled the remaining award positions.


Tuross Head par winner Chris Cox with event sponsor John Phyland. Photo: Case Hengst


The Tuross Head men's par event featuring standout winner Chris Cox Photo: Case Hengst

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