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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Graeme Bell wins Tuross Head monthly medal

Tuross Head monthly medal stroke round saw all golfers playing in the three divisions hand in low scoring results of 70 net strokes or better.

Bob Hay was the outright winner in A grade with an excellent 67 net strokes ahead of young star Lachlan Nordsvan who finished with 69.

Allen Gannon filled third placing with 70 net.

B grade player Peter McRae was the best with a net 66 relegating Greg Smith to second place on a countback.

Wayne Fullerton was awarded third placing with 68 strokes.

Graeme Bell led the C grade division with the lowest round of the day with 65 net strokes ahead of David Dow and Michael Allen who both scored 68.

Colin Houghton played the best stroke round with 73 off the stick.

Brad Doolan won the putting competition with 23 putts.

The Golden Shot competition was won by Lachlan Nordsvan with a close second shot of

2.30 m on the par 4 second hole.

Balls were awarded down to 74 strokes.

Nearest the pins were  won by:

A grade golfer C. Garn on the 4th with 2.05 m.

B. Taylor with 1.41 m on the 6th and

C. Houghton with 3.75 m on the 7th.

B grade player T. Russel won the 4th with 2.31 m.

P. Nikolic the 6th with 3.42 and  I. Miller the 7th with 2.23 m.

C grade best was J. Hillard with 4.20 m on the 4th hole and S. Johnston was awarded the 6th hole with 2.76 m.

Thursday’s medley round was won by Ian Manton with 39 points.

Ian McManus filled second placing on a countback.

Richard Wharton and Dorothy Madden, both on 38 points, filled the remaining positions.

Bruce Lidbury, a long term club supporter, had the satisfaction of scoring a hole in one on the 6th hole.

Above: Tuross Head low scoring monthly medal winner Graeme Bell is congratulated by event sponsor Darryl Kildey.


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