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Brendan Taylor scores hole in one at Tuross Head

Tuross Head Country Club Saturday stableford event resulted in a win for low handicap golfer Jayden Monopoli with a relatively high score of 39 stableford points.

Jayden was followed by Peter Garn with 38 points.

Brenden Taylor not only handed in a card of 36 points but also had the satisfaction of scoring a hole in one on the 4th hole.

Above: Tuross Head hole in one golfer Brenden Taylor with event sponsor Ron Rogers.

Derek Hoare and Martin Booth filled the remaining rostrum positions with each also scoring 36 points.

Nearest the pin awards went to:

A grade golfer Brenden Taylor on the 4th with his hole in one.

Dave Bray was closest on the 6th with 2.13 m and

Colin Houghton won the 7th with 63 centimetres.

B grade best on the 4th was Peter Mostyn with 2.99 m.

Bruce Cleeve was closest on the 6th with 98 centimetres and

Peter Nikolic was awarded the 7th with 8.52 m.

C grade best on the 4th was David Dow with 2.67 m.

Mick Elfar won the 6th with 2.16 m and

Michael Kermode the 7th with 13.28 m.

Thursday's medley stableford event was won by Ian Miller with 36 points ahead of Colin Houghton and Adam Wilson both on 35 points followed by Steve Johnston who finished with 34.

Nearest the pins were won by Steve Swanbury on the 4th, Ian McManus won the 6th and Bruce Lidbury the 7th.

A very productive working bee was held during the week when over twenty volunteers laid a concrete pathway down the 2nd tee. This follows previous pathways that have been completed on the 5th and 9th fairways and is another contribution to the improvements that have been added to the Tuross Head Country Club course at regular intervals.

Above: Tuross Head volunteers hard at work on course improvements.

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