Tuross Head men golfers in low scoring medal round

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf conducted their monthly medal stroke competition this week.

This event is conducted over three divisions and Martin Booth was the A grade winner with 68 strikes ahead of Ken Brown and Allen Gannon who both finished with 70 strokes.

B grade golfer Paul Scholze was the leader in this group with a score of 70 strokes from Richard Kelly and Ron Rogers both scored 71.

C division produced some very low scoring.

Bruce Brawn had a remarkable round of 64 strokes ahead of Herb Muriwai and Allen Lee who handed in cards of 68.

Colin Houghton had the lowest off the stick round of 78 strokes.

Bruce Brawn won the 18 hole putting competition with a very good score of 21 putts.

The Golden Shot award for the closest second shot on the par 4 second hole was won by David Bray with 3.42 m.

The annual eclectic competition was finalised with the final December round this week and Jim Wade emerged as the winner with Martin Booth the runner up.

Nearest the pins:

A grade player Brad Doolan was closest on then 4th hole with 0.98 m.

Mitch McLean won the 6th with 2.12 m and

Paul Ferguson was the best on the 7th hole with 11.00 m.

B grade division best was Ian Miller on the 4th hole with a very close 31 centimetres.

Ian Lawson had a good day winning the 6th with 1.77 m and also the 7th with 5.50 m.

Bruce Brawn won the 4th hole in C grade with 5.46 m and Peter Hogan was awarded the 7th hole with 6.60 m.

Thursday’s 18 hole medley stableford competition was won by Rex Wood with 39 points from Allen Gannon 38 and David Williams and Ian Miller both finished with 37 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Ron Rogers, Steve Johnston and Marty Booth.

Above: Tuross Head A grade medal winner Martin Booth

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