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Close results in Tuross Head monthly medal competition

Tuross Head Country Club men's golf monthly medal round is always a closely contested completion.

Martin Booth, with a net 70 strokes, emerged as the winner of the A grade division with Colin Houghton a close second on 71 strokes.

B grade golfer Greg Smith continued his good form with a low 67 ahead of Frank Pomfret on 72 strokes.

C grade division was won by Derek Hoare with 67 strokes from Michael Allen 69 strokes.

Colin Houghton had the lowest off the stick score with 72 and Reg Apps won the putting competition with a remarkable round of only 20 putts.

The Golden Shot award on the 2nd hole was won by Greg Smith with 3.74 m..

Nearest the pins were won by A grade players:

Martin booth on the 4th hole with 3.35 m.

Adam Husband was closest on the 6th with 0.70 m and

Mark Haberkorn won the 7th with 8.55 m.

B grade golfer Ian Miller was best on the 6th hole with 2.01 m.

C grade golfer Ross Hendy was awarded the 4th hole with 4.90 m.

Bruce Brawn was the winner on the 6th with 3.10 m and

Michael Kermode won the 7th hole with 9.0 m.

The coming Saturday round is the Scoty Stableford competition.

Thursday's 18 hole stableford medley completion was won by Graeme Sindel with 41 points ahead of Bruce Martin 38, Ian Manton and Michael Allen both on 37 points.

Nearest the pins went to George Studham with 1.39 m on the 4th hole, Ian Manton 0.35 m on the 6th and Colin Houghton 3.60 m on the 7th.

Above: Tuross Head A and C grade monthly medal winners Martin Booth and Derek Hoare.

Above: Greg Smith Tuross Head B grade medal winner.

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