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Michael Elfar wins Tuross Head stableford event

 The Tuross Head Country Club is holding their men and ladies Senior Open on Sunday   October 6th.  The 18 hole event commences at 9 am and will be played over two A and B grade division. Golfers are invited to register at the clubhouse.

A BBQ lunch is included in the low entry fee.

Michael Elfar was the winner of the clubs Saturday stableford event with an excellent score of 43 points. Michael Allen claimed  second placing ahead of Peter Garn 39, Adam Husband 38 and Derek Hoare 37 points.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer:

Ken Brown on the 4th hole with 2.09 m. and Ken was also closest on the

6th hole with 3.08 m.

Mark Haberkorn was awarded the 7th hole with 11.90 m.

B grade winner on the 4th was Roger Chappell.

Ron Rogers won the 6th with 5.78 m and

Peter Garn the 7th with 3.90 m.

C grade closest on the 4th was Roger Chappell with 1.70 m. and

Trevor Jones was the winner on the 6th with 3.32 m.

Next Saturday is the monthly medal stroke and putt competition.

Thursday’s medal competition was won by Trevor Jones with 41 stableford points

ahead of Stephen Swanbury and Bruce Lidbury both on 38 points. Ian McManus scored 35 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Graham Moore, Ian Manton and Leonie Snodgrass.

Above:  Graeme Bell presents award to Michael Elfar stableford winner.


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