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Tuross Head Country club men's golf Saturday Jan 19th 2019

Brendan Jones presents golf awards

PGA golfer Brendan Jones, whose career is based on the Japanese professional golf circuit, was the award presenter at the Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf competition this week.

Brendan was once a Tuross Head junior player and it is hoped the clubs recently established junior golf clinic may see other players also establish a successful career.

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf par stableford competition on Saturday resulted in a win for

Ian McManus for the second week in a row. On the previous Saturday Ian won the stableford competition and this week saw him win the par event with a plus 5 score edging out Bruce Lidbury on a countback.

Low handicap golfers Jayden Monopoli and Brad Doolan both scored plus 3 with Ray Bollard on plus 2.

Nearest the pins awards:

A grade golfer: Ian Lawson was closest with 1.42 m on the 4th hole.

Jayden Monopoli won the 6th with 1.33 m and George Studham was best on the 7th with 6.15 m.

B grade golfer Trevor Jones was the best on the 4th hole with 2.88 m.

The 6th hole award went to John Phyland with 1.33 m. and Ian Miller won the 7th with 11.95 m.

C grade closest on the 4th hole was Don Russell with 3.31 m..

Peeter Hogan was best on the 6th with 1.33 m.

Thursday’s Medley stableford competition was won by Ian Manton with a score of 41 points ahead of Bruce Martin 40, Stephen Swanbury 40 and Ron Rogers 39 points.

Closest to the pin awards went to Bruce Lidbury, Ron Rogers and Dave Bray.

Above: PGA golfer Brendan Jones congratulates par winner Ian McManus. Photo: Tony Brown

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