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Herb Muriwai Scores a Hole in One

Tuross Head Country Club monthly medal ,played over three grades, resulted in some excellent scores.

Mark Haberkorn won the A grade division with a net score of 68 strokes ahead of Ray Bollard 70 and

Brad Doolan with 73 strokes.

Ray Bollard also had the lowest off the stick score with a round of 78 strokes. He finished what must have been a very satisfying day of golf by also winning the putting competition with 27 putts.

John Phyland won the B grade division with a net score of 69 strokes, with Steven Swanbury 73 and Bruce Cleeve 74 filling the placings.

C grade best was Peter Johnston with 69 net strokes ahead of Michael Elfer 70 and Derek Hoare 71 strokes.

Colin Houghton won the Golden Shot on the 2nd hole with 3.88 m.

Nearest the pins were awarded to:

A grade player Michael Nordsvan on the 4th hole with 3.01 m.

Paul Ferguson won the 6th with 2.50 m and

Brad Doolan the 7th with 1.00 m.

B grade best was Trevor Jones on the 4th hole with 9.58.

John Phyland was closest on the 6th with 0.45 m and

Kevin Dukes was best on the 7th with 12.10 m.

Bruce Brawn won the 4th hole with 4.25 m for the C grade setion.

Peter Johnstone was closest on the 6th with 3.68 m and

Peter Dugan was awarded the 7th with 8.32m.

The Thursday medley stableford competition saw veteran golfer Herb Muriwai score a hole in one on the fourth hole.

Herb is the Tuross Head representative on the Far South Coast Veteran's Golf Association and enjoyed spending some time in explaining, in some detail, how the shot was played.

Congratulations Herb.

The winner of the day's event was Ron rogers with 42 points ahead of Brad Doolan 36, Trevor Jones 34 and Peter Dugan 33 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Herb Muriwai on the 4th with his hole in one, Lachlan Nordsvan won the 6th and Ian McManus won the 7th.

Above: Tuross Head men's golf president Andrew Gordon and captain Graeme Sindel with hole in one golfer Herb Muriwai (centre).

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