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Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf results Saturday 22nd Dec

Tuross Head Country club men’s golf held a stableford competition last Saturday and Greg Booth emerges the easy winner with a very good score of 41 points.

The round was completed on a course that is just getting better and better partly due to excellent recent rainfall.

He was closely followed by low handicap golfer Brad Doolan with 38 points.

Gerald Strickland 37, Allen Gannon and Stephen Swanbury who both scored 36 points were awarded for their efforts.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Al Gannon on the 4th hole with 5.09 m.

Brad Doolan won the 6th with a close 44 centimeters. And

Paul Ferguson was best on the 7th with 8.40 m.

B grade closest on the 4th was Steve Swanbury and Steve completed a good day by also winning the 6th with 2.03 m.

Ian Lawson was awarded the 7th with 9.50 m.

Rob Josifovski was the best of the C grade players with 3.10 m on the 4th hole and

Gerry Strickland won the 6th with 4.76 m.

Colin Houghton was announced as the winner of the annual Tuross Head Scoty competition.

This award is given to the player who scores the best progressive total covering 12 games out of the yearly 26 competition games played.

Colin Houghton won with 429 points ahead of Trevor Jones 421 and Tony Brown 419.

Ian Miller won the club jackpot prize for the day.

Ian Lawson, a long term club player and volunteer supporter, was awarded for his

work within the club, with a commemoration plaque .

Above: Tuross Head: Ian Lawson receives award from club president Andrew Gordon.

Above: Colin Houghton, Tuross Head 2018 Scoty winner.

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