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Leigh Coloe wins Tuross Head monthly medal competition


Tuross Head Country Club men’s monthly medal competition is held over three grades each month and Leigh Coloe, scoring an excellent net 67 strokes, was the winner of the A grade division.

Leigh was closely followed by Ian McManus with 68 strokes and Martin Booth filled third placing with a net 70.

Herb Muriwai led home the B grade golfers with a net 70 strokes with Greg Smith and Tony Brown returning cards of 75.

C grade medal winner Richard Kelly scored an easy win in C grade with 69 strokes.

With Michael Godford and Steve Johnston each finishing with 75 strokes.

Bruce Cleeve won the putting competition with 27 strokes

Nearest the pin winners were:

A grade golfer Dave Schmid was closest on the 4th hole with 1.12m .

Al Gannon won the 6th with a close 56 centimetres and medal winner

Leigh Coloe was best on the 7th with 9.2 m.

B grade player Greg Smith was awarded the 4th hole with 3.01 m and

Reg Apps won the 6th with 10 m.

Richard Kelly was the closest of the C grade golfers with 3.03 m on the 4th hole and

Mike Allen won the 6th with 5.89 m.

The coming Saturday competition is the monthly Scoty stableford round.


Tuross Head event sponsor with Herb Muriwai monthly medal winner.


THCC monthly medal C grade winner. Photos. Courtesy Tony Brown.

#Tuross #Sports

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