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Peter Garn: Wins Tuross Head stableford competition


Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday stableford competition was won by consistent golfer Peter Garn with an excellent round of 42 points.

He was closely challenged by John Sands who also handed in a card with 42 stableford points but he had to be satisfied with second placing on a countback.

Bob Hay’s 39 points also edged John Phyland into a lower placing on a countback.

Herb Murawai returned a score of 37 points to fill the remaining award for the day.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade player Troy Kingdon on the 4th hole with 3.20 m.

Bob Hay was closest on the 6th with 2.26 m and Brendan Taylor was best on the 7th with 3.30 m.

B grade player Ron Rogers won the 4th hole with 1.27 m.

Paul Scholze the 6th with 2.80 m and Greg Smith the7th with 3.18 m.

Peter Mostyn won the 4th hole with 5.00 m in C grade division and Allen Lee the 6th hole with 4.75 m.

Thursday's medley stableford competition was won by Peter Mostyn with 37 points ahead of Allen Gannon with 36 points.

Ian Manton and Bob Hay filled the remaining positions both returning cards of 35 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Ian Miller on the 4th hole, Peter Garn won the 6th and Dave Williams the 7th.

The coming Saturday competition is the monthly medal stroke and putt event.


Photo: Tuross Head stableford winner Peter Garn

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