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Mitchell McLean: Tuross Stableford Winner

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday January 25  2020

Tuross Head golfers competed in a stableford competition this Saturday and low handicap young golfer Mitchell McLean was an easy winner with an excellent score of 41 points.

Richard Brake filled second placing with 37 points and Steven O’Shea and Peter Nikolic, who both also scored 37 points, dropping down to third and fourth spots on a countback.

Nigel Barling, with a card of 36 points, was awarded the remaining voucher.

Balls were handed out down to 31 points.

A 2 Ball Multiplier team event held in conjunction with the individual competition was won by Mitchell McLean and Peter Johnston.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfers Chris Rowe on the 4th hole and Mitchell McLean won both the 6th and 7th holes.

B grade best was Greg Booth on the 4th hole, John Phyland on the 6th and Rex Wood on the 7th hole.

Peter Dugan won the 4th hole for C grade golfers and Paul Israel won the 7th hole.

A highlight of the day was an eagle scored by  Christopher Rowe on the par 4 second hole.

The town was divided into two halves on Sunday when the Shoey Classic 2 Person Ambrose Classic was played over 18 holes and generated a strong competition between players each determined to prove their  locality generated the best golfers.

The Beachside team emerged as winners with 10 wins against the renamed Enlightened teams 8 wins.

 Photo: Tuross stableford winner Mitchell McLean with event sponsor Graeme Sindel.

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