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Graeme Sindel: High scoring Tuross Head stableford winner


Graeme Sindel scored a very high 47 stableford points to easily win the men's golf competition at Tuross Head on Saturday.

His excellent score was well ahead of the next closest players, Brett Westley and Allen Gannon, who both handed in cards of 41 points.

Ray Bollard and Derek Hoare filled the remaining award positions with 40 stableford points.

Graeme Sindel's partnership with Brad Doolan saw them win the 2 person aggregate competition, held in conjunction with the main stableford competition, with a score of 80 points.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer Brad Doolan on the 4th hole with 4.84 m.

Adam Husband won the 6th hole with 68 centimetres and

Paul Ferguson was best on the 7th with 88 centimetres.

B grade golfer Steve Swanbury was awarded the 4th hole with 5.23 m.

Richard Kelly won the 6th hole with 3.20 m and

P. Harding the 7th with 3.73 m.

C grader Graham Bell was closest on the 4th hole with 2.30m.

Peter McRae was closest on the 6th with 3.27 m and

Bruce Brawn was best on the 7th with 7.70 m.

The Tuross Head Country Club men's Open Championships will be held over 36 holes on the coming weekend Saturday December 1st and Sunday December 2nd.

Thursday's medley stableford competition was won by Ian McManus with 41 points ahead of Ian Miller 37 and Ian Kingston and Bruce Martin who both finished with 35 points.

Closest to the pins were won by Rex Wood on the 4th hole, Ian Miller on the 6th and Dave Williams on the 7th hole.


Photo: Graeme Sindel, Tuross Head Country Club stableford winner.

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