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Tuross Head Country Club monthly medal winners


The Tuross Head Country Club men's monthly medal stroke competition is held over three divisions.

Jason Nikolic with a net score of 71 strokes won A grade with Ian McManus runner up on 73.

B grade was awarded to John Pyland with 69 ahead of Bruce Cleeve on 71 strokes and

Laurance Kelly won C grade with 73 strokes on a countback from Richard Kelly.

Colin Houghton had the lowest off the stick score of 75 strokes.

The Golden Shot award was won by Jim Wade with a close 0.89 m on the second hole.

The Tuross Motel overall pin shot went to Ray Bollard with 4.64 m.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Ray Bollard with 4.64 m on the 4th hole.

Colin Houghton was closest on the 6th with 4.84 m and

Ray Bollard also was closest on the 7th hole with 10 metres.

B grade player Tony Brown won the 4th with 6.67 m and

Ian Manton the 6th with 5.56 m.

Best of the C grade golfers was Laurie Kelly on the 4th with 7.52.

Chris Cox was closest on the 6th with 1.63 m and

Steve Johnston won the 7th hole with 2.91 m.

The coming Saturday round is the Scoty stableford competition.

Thursday’s medley competition was won by Peter Garn with a remarkable 48 stableford points

ahead of Ray Bollard and Ian Kingston both on 39 points.

Stephen Swanbury on 38 points filled the remaining award position.

Nearest the pins were won by Glen Shearer on the 4th, Ray Bollard won the 6th and

Colin Houghton won the 7th hole.


Above: THCC A grade runner up Ian McManus.


Above: Tuross Head A grade monthly medal winner Jason Nikolic with event sponsor Colin Houghton.

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