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Hole in One to Club President

Tuross Head men's golf stableford competition on Saturday resulted in an easy win for Moruya golfer Dylan Staunton who had a dream round of 46 stableford points.

He was followed by Allen Gannon, Tuross men's golf president, whose very creditable 43 points was helped by a hole in one on the 4th green.

Terry Milliken 42 points, Paul Scholze 39 and Graeme Bell 36 filled the remaining podium positions.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Al Gannon with his hole in one on the 4th.

Ben Hewison was best on the 6th with 2.98 m and

Adam Husband was closest on the 7th hole with 6.65 m.

B grade player Ian Lawson won the 4th with 1.70 m.

Daryl Kildey the 6th with 0.49 m and

Ian Lawson the 7th hole with 44.47 m.

C grade went to Bruce Brawn with 0.87 nm on the 4th hole.

Graeme Bell won the 6th with 44.24 m and

Colin Fletcher was closest on the 7yh with 8.90 m.

Next weeks event is a par round leading up to the Tuross Head Open Championship starting on Saturday December 2nd.

Thursday's 18 hole medley stableford competition was won by Roger Chappell with 39 points ahead of Ian Kingston on a countback.

David Schmid followed with 37 points and Colin Houghton had 36 points.

Nearest the pins were awarded to Roger Chappell on the 4th with 1.59 m.

Steve Johnston on the 6th with 2.02 m and

Colin Houghton was closest on the 7th hole with 6.92 m.

Above: Allen Gannon accepting hole in one trophy from event sponsor Paul Israel.

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