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Dave Bray wins Tuross Head match play championship

Tuross Head Country Club golfers competed in a single stableford competition last Saturday.

This event was also the second round of the club's annual golf triathlon with the final round to be played this coming Saturday.

Paul Israel was the winner this week with a solid round of 37 stableford points ahead of Bob Hay, Stephen Swanbury and Trevor Jones who all finished with 36 points.

Chris Cox, with a score of 34, was the remaining award recipient.

Nearest the pins were won by Colin O'Sullivan on the 4th hole with 2.40 m.and Dave Bray won the 7th

with 4.45 m in A division.

Steve Swanbury was the only B grade golfer to score for the day with a 4.26 m shot on the 4th hole.

C grade player Chris Cox won the 4th with 6.80 m and

Dave Bray won the 7th hole with 4.45 m.

Next Saturday is a per competition.

The THCC match play championships final knockout round was held during the week between Ian McManus and Dave Bray with Dave Bray emerging as the winner of this annual competition.

Thursday's mixed medley competition was won by Allen Gannon with 38 points ahead of Ian Kingston 36, with Graeme Sindel and Mark Haberkorn both finishing with 35 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Dave Gray, Allen Gannon and Colin Houghton.

Above:Tuross Head Country Club match play finalists Ian McManus with winner Dave Bray.

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