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Michael Hogan wins THCC par golf competition

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golfers competed in a par competition last  Saturday with three players finishing with equal scores of plus 2 in a contest for first place.

Michael Hogan was awarded the winner on a countback with Bruce Brawn filling second position and Troy Kingdom third.

Kane Duncan and Peter Garn both finished on plus 1 to take out the remaining awards.

Balls were awarded down to a score of minus 1.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade player Stephen Walker on the 4th hole, Ken Brown on the 6th and C. Rowe was closest on the 7th hole.

B grade golfer Greg Booth was best on the 4th hole and Bruce Martin won the 6th hole.

R. McDonell won the 4th hole and Paul Medwin the 6th hole.

On Australia Day Sunday January 26th, club golfers Peter Mostyn and Paul Ferguson, have organized a two person Ambrose competition whereby the dark side of town challenges the beach side of town.

This memorial event will be for dedicated to Shoey and past members.

An invitation is extended to visitors and those not playing to wander down, watch some excellent golf, and to attend the presentation later in the afternoon.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Robert McDonell with a score of 41 points.

George Studham, who also returned a card of 41, was  placed second on a countback.

Colin Fletcher with 40 points and Trevor Inness with 39 points were the remaining place getters.

Nearest the pins were won by Jim Wade, Peter Garn and Brad Doolan.

Balls were awarded down to 35 points.

Above: Event sponsor Michael Elfar congratulates par winner Michael Hogan.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

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