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Allen Lee wins Tuross Head matchplay championship

Two major events were completed this week at Tuross Head.

The annual Single Matchplay championship was won by Allen Lee who played Herb Muriwai in the final.

Both players had progressed through the early rounds eliminating some well known district golfers.

 Congratulations to you both.

The second event was the Tuross Head 2019 Triathlon, a competition played over three rounds of stroke, stableford and par golf.

Ian Kingston emerged as the winner with 109 points, ahead of group including Martin Booth, John Eglitis, Peter Garn and Steve O’Shea who all scored 100 points. 

The club’s Saturday par competition was won by Ian Kingston with a plus 4 score.

Graeme Sindel filled second placing with plus 2.

Peter McRae plus 1, Paul Scholze and John Phyland who both returned cards of zero won the remaining award spots.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer:

Mark Haberkorn on the 4th hole with 6.76 m. Steve Walker won the 7th with 6.65 m.

B grade player Greg Booth was closest on the 4th hole with 5.18 m.

Peter Garn was closest on the 6th with 5.21 m and Peter was also the 7th hole with 8.20 m.

Mick Hogan was the best of the C grade players with 6.20 m.

Michael Kermode was the winner on the 6th with 1.61 m and

J. Hopkins won the 7th with 7.09 m.

Thursday’s medley stableford was won by Peter Mostyn with 40 points ahead of Leonie Snodgrass and Herb Muriwai both on 37 points. Paul Israel 36 points was the remaining

place getter.

Nearest the pin awards were presented to Ian McManus, Glen Shearer and Leonie Snodgrass.

Above: Tuross Head match play champion Allen Lee and finalist Herb Muriwai.

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