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Tuross Head Country Club men's golf Saturday December 15th


Tuross Head Country Club men's match play winners, John Phyland and Mick Elfar, were presented with their award this week. They are the 2018 champions beating Herb Muriwai and Paul Pereira on the 19th hole in the final.

John and Mick had earlier progressed through a long knock out competition to celebrate a well deserved win.

This weeks Saturday competition resulted in Greg Booth winning parround with a strong

score of plus 5. Greg was followed by Dave Bray and Peter Nikolic who both finished with plus 4.

Peter Johnston and Ron Rogers with plus 3 won the remaining award vouchers.

Balls were awarded down to minus 1.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfers:

Bob Hay on the 4th hole with 3.46 m.

Brad Doolan with 1.71 m was closest on the 6th and

Riley Wilcox was best on the 7th with 3.57 m.

B grade player Greg Booth won the 4th hole with a very clcose 13 centimetres.

Bruce Handley the 6th with 2.25 m and

Reg Apps the 7th with 10.5 m.

C grader Andrew Gordon was awarded the 4th hole with 3.19 m.

Derek Hoare the 6th with 2.74 m and

Peter Dugan the 7th with 1.12 m.

Thursday's medley 18 hole stableford competition was won by Glen Shearer with 40 points ahead of Peter Dugan, Peter Nikolic and Peter Garn who all finished with 38 points. Nearest the pins were won by Al Gannon who was closest on both the 4th and 6th hole. Peter Dugan won the 7th hole.

Tuross Head golfers are reminded that next Saturday's single stablford competition will be followed by the Christmas function where players can celebrate the end of a very succesful year.

Above: Tuross Head match play winners Mick Elfar and John Phyland - photo by Paul Pereira

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