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David Schmid handles Tuross Head windy conditions to win stableford event


The men's stableford competition was played in hot windy conditions at Tuross Head Country Club last Saturday.

David Schmid handled the conditions better than most and returned a score of 38 to win the competition.

He was closely followed by Mark Haberkorn who edged out Frank Pomfret and Greg Smith on a countback with the three players all scoring 37 points.

Michael Kermode filled the remaining voucher award spot with 36 points.

Nearest the pins were won by a Grade player Colin Houghton on the 4th hole with 2.62 m.

Paul Ferguson was best on the 6th with 4.64 m and Ray Bollard won the 7th with 3.56 m.

B grade golfer Peter Mostyn was closest on the 4th hole with 5.60 m and Lance Shadbolt won the 7th with 6.39 m.

Michael Kermode was the C grade winner on the 6th hole with 4.36 m and Ian Kingston was awarded the 7th with 8.06 m.

Thursday's medley stableford competition was won b David Schmid with 41 points ahead of Desmond Jackson 40 points and Ian McManus and Colin Houghton who both finished with 39 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Jim Madden with a close 89 cm on the 4th hole.

Colin Houghton won the 6th with 1.02 m and

Davis Schmid the 7th with 8.08 m.


Above: Tuross Head Country Club stableford winner David Schmid and event sponsor Herb Muriwai.

Photo: Tony Brown

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