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Family visiting golfers score in THCC monthly medal competition

The Tuross Head Country Club monthly medal competition, held on Saturday, is always a hotly contested event.

This week was no exception but it also featured the novelty of a father and son winning two of the three divisions.

Michael Nordsvan, a member of the Canberra Fairbairn Golf Club, won A grade with a low score of 65 net strokes and his son Lachlan, who is only 11 years of age,

went one better winning C grade with a remarkable 64 net strokes.

A grade monthly medal results:

Michael Nordsvan had a 65 net with Ron Rogers runner up on 69.

B grade was won by Robert Hewison with 68 strokes ahead of Russell Taylor on 70.

C grade winner was Lachlan Nordsvan with 64 net strokes with Bruce Ware second on 68.

Colin Houghton had the best off the stick score of 74 strokes.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Ron Rogers on the 4th hole with 1.30 m.and

Dave Gray won the 6th with 1.49 m.

B grade best on the 4th hole was Bruce Lidbury with 2.04 m.

Bruce Martin was closest on the 6th with 2.37 m and

Ian Manton won the 7th with 6.59m.

C grade went to Michael Kermode on the 4th with 0.76 m and

Mike Allen was awarded the 6th with 3.48 m.

The putting competition was won by Martin Booth with 26 putts.

The coming Saturday event is the Scoty stableford round.

Thursday's medley competition was won by Peter Johnston with 43 stableford points.

Stephen Swanbury was second and Michael Hogan and James Thanomkai took out the remaining awards.

Above: Tuross sponsor Barry Peddle with A grade medal winner Michael Nordsvan.

Above: Barry Peddle,Tuross event sponsor, with C grade medal winner Lachlan Nordsvan.

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