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Paul Scholze: Tuross Head men's stableford winner


Tuross Head Country Club men's stableford event was won by Paul Scholze with an excellent round of 41 points achieved under adverse windy conditions.

He was followed by Stephen Crossling with 39 points with Jim Wade being relegated to third spot on a countback.

Lawrence Kelly 38 points and Stephen Walker filled the remaining voucher award positions.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Colin Houghton on the 4th with 5.3 m.

Adam Husband won the 6th hole with 2.6 m and

Troy Kingdom was best on the 7th hole with 5.0 m.

B grade player Steve Swanbury was closest on the 4th hole with 2.62 m and

Jim Wade won both the 6th and the 7th holes with 2.4 m and 8..56 m.

C grade golfer Peter McRae was awarded the 4th hole with 6 m and then lined up again to win the 7th with 6.51.m.

The coming Saturday Round is the monthly medal round.

Thursday's 18 hole stableford medley was won by Ian McManus with 38 points ahead of Peter Nikolic and Steve Johnston both on 35 points with Marie Muriwai filling the final position with 33 points.

A highlight of the day was a hole in one by Tony Russell on the 4th hole.

Ian McManus had a very close 0.56 m win on the 6th and

Marie Muriwai won the 7th hole with 1.16 m.


Above: Tuross Head stableford winner Paul Scholze


Above: Tony Russell with a hole in one at THCC

Photos: Case Hengst

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