Canberra Junior wins Tuross Head stableford competition

Tuross Head Country Club Saturday's Scoty competition was won by visiting junior golfer Lachlan Nordsvan with an excellent score of 42 stableford points.

Lachlan is a member of the Canberra Federal Golf Club and the Nordvan family are regular visitors to Tuross Head.

Tuross Club members have watched with interest his progress and improvement around the golf course over the years.

Peter Johnston was placed second with 36 points relegating Gerald Strickland to second spot on a countback.

Ian Miller and Paul Ferguson, both finishing with 35 points, filled the remaining competition positions.

Nearest the pins were awarded to:

A grade golfer Ben Hewsion with 3.9 m on the 4th hole.

Al Gannon won the 6th with 1.24 m and

Ray Bollard was closest on the 7th with 5.74 m.

B grade best was Jim Wade with 3.3 m on the 4th hole.

Paul Scholze was closest on the 6th hole with 3.57 m and

Andrew Gordon was awarded the 7th with 5.03 m.

Bruce Brawn won the 4th hole with 13.6 m. and he was also the best on the 6th with 3.10 m.

Peter Dugan was best on the 7th with 16.02 m.

Next Saturday's competition is a par round.

Thursday's medley stableford competition was won by Greg Smith with 39 points, ahead of Peter Garn and Col Houghton both on 35 points. Michael Nordsvan followed with 33 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Paul Israel on the 4th hole, Peter Garn on the 6th and Ian Manton won the 7th hole.

Above: Lachlan Nordsvan with PGA golfer Brendan Jones on a previous visit to Tuross Head.

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