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Ian McManus A grade winner Tuross monthly medal

Tuross Head Country Club men’s Saturday April 3 monthly medal stroke competition is played over three grades and the results this week were as follows:

Ian McManus was the best in the A grade division with an excellent score of 67 nett strokes.

Troy Kingdom was second with 71 and Brad Doolan filled second place with 72 strokes.

B grade division was won by Russell Taylor with a nett 73 ahead of Trevor Jones and Ron Rogers who both returned cards of 74 strokes.

C division was dominated by very welcome visiting golfers to the Tuross course with Ian Sheppard taking out first place with a low score of 69 nett strokes. Ian was closely followed by Ian Hosking with 70 strokes and Trot Goodwin was third with a score of nett 73 strokes.

Ted Quinlan was awarded the C grade medal with a score of 74 strokes.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer Rhys Voysay on the 4th hole and Rhys Voysay was also best on the 7th hole. Colin Houghton was closest on the 6th hole.

B grade player Ian Hosking was the best of the B graders with a close shot on the 4th hole.

Ian Sheppard was closest on the 4th hole and Ross Hendy won the 7th in C division.

The overall putting competition was won by Jason Nikolic with 26 putts.

Colin Houghton returned the lowest off the stick score with 77 strokes achieved under difficult playing conditions as a result of the recent heavy rainfall.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Ray Bollard with 39 stableford points.

Peter Garn, Greg Smith, Stephen Swanbury and Dorothy Madden all scored 35 points and results were decided on a countback.

Colin Houghton had the satisfaction of scoring an eagle on the par 4 third hole.

Nearest the pins were Stephen Swanbury, Colin Houghton and Shirley Quinlan.

Above: Tuross monthly medal A grade winner Ian McManus with event sponsor Paul Medwin. Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

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