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Tuross Head Country Club monthly medal competition

The Tuross Head men's golf monthly stroke medal round is always hotly contested and this weeks competition, held over three divisions, once again generated some excellent scores.

Stephen Walker turned in a round of 68 net strokes to win the A grade section with David Schmid filling second placing on 69.

Tony Brown was the best of the B grade players with 70 net and Frank Pomfret was awarded second position with a net 72.

C grade player Terry Milliken handed in a card of 71 net to win C grade with Peter McRae second on 74 strokes.

Colin Houghton had the best off the stick score with 73.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade player Leigh Coloe on the 4th hole with 1.54 m.

Steve O'Shea won the 6th with 1.69 m and

Colin Houghton the 7th with 4.24 m.

Bruce Martin was closest of the B graders on the 4th with 6.95 m.

Tony Brown was best on the 6th with 3.30 m and

Trevor Jones won the 7th hole with 8.37 m.

C grade golfer Herb Muriwai was best on the 4th with 3.05 m.

Peter McRae's 2.47m was closest on the 6th and he also won the 7th with

2.44 m.

The coming Saturday event is the single stableford Scoty competition and

Sunday October 15th is the THCC Seniors Open Championship.

Thursday's single stableford competition was won by Colin Houghton wwith 40 points ahead of Jennifer Gray 39, Bruce Martin and Ian Miller both on 37 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Ron Rogers on the 4th hole with 1.43 m.

Tony Russell won the 6th with 2.23 m and Colin Houghton the 7th with 2.28m.

Above: Tuross Head monthly medal B grade winner Tony Brown with event sponsor Ian Miller.

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