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John Eglitis: Wins Tuross Head stableford golf competition


On one of those days of mild, sunny, balmy weather when golf just had to be played, John Eglitis took full advantage of the conditions by winning the Tuross Head Country Club men's Saturday stableford competition, with a score of 38 points.

However he did not have it all on his own, and had to share the victory podium with Martin Booth and Peter Dugan, who all handed in cards with the same 38 points.

John Eglitis was awarded the victory on a countback.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Martin Booth on the 4th hole with 2.74 m.

Ken Brown was best on the 6th with 2.28 m and

Adam Husband won the 7th with 3.9 m.

B grade winner on the 4th hole was Anthony Lore with 1.96 m and Peter Nikolic was closest on the 6th with 65 centimetre.

John Eglitis won the 4th hole with 2.81 m for the C grade division.

The Far South Coast Veteran Golfers Association held their monthly match at Tuross Head on Friday June 29th with a good attendance, and men and lady players also enjoyed an excellent lunch, following the 18 hole stableford competition.

Wayne Hicks of Tura Beach won Division 1 with 37 points ahead of Tuross Head golfer Stephen Swanbury 34 points.

Tuross excelled in division 1 with Kevin Dukes winning with 34 points ahead of Steve Johnston also with 34 points.

Division 3 best was Neal Watson 36 points ahead of Michael Birks 30 points.

Christine Wratten from Tuross Head led the ladies competition with 31 points ahead of Teri Swanbury, Judy Apps and Marie Muriwai.


Above: Tuross Head stableford winner John Egliis with event sponsor Tim Watson.


Above: FSCVGA Tuross Head ladies competition winner Christine Wratten.

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