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Tuross Head Country Club mens golf Saturday March 30 2019

John Phyland wins wet weather stableford competition

John Phyland emerged as the winner of the Tuross Head Country Club stableford competition on Saturday with an early round of 35 stableford points.

Golfers, playing later in the day, were interrupted by heavy showers with many failing to

complete their round however most playerss battled through the conditions.

Peter Dugan filled second placing with 34 stableford points followed by Ian Miller and Derek Hoare with 33 points.

Michael Elfar won the remaining award with 32 points.

A highlight of the day was a presentation by club captain Graeme Sindel to Michael Green.

Michael received two pewter coasters with many thanks for his strong support to the men’s golf club.

Closest to the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Paul Ferguson was closest on the 4th hole with 1.84 m and Peter Nikolic won the 6th with 2.53 m.

John Englitis was best on the 7th hole with 10.15 m.

Frank Pomfret was the best on the 6th hole with 3.0 m in B division.

C grade golfer Mick Elfar won the 4th hole with 84 centimetres and

Ross Hendy the 6th with 3.29 m.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Martin Booth with 42 stableford points ahead of Ian McManus 41, Paul Israel 38 and Stephen Swanbury 36 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Martin Booth, Ian Manton and Colin Houghton.

Above: Michael Green receives club support award from Tuross Head captain Graeme Sindel.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown.

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