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Reg Apps stableford winner at Tuross

Tuross Head Country Club men’s golfers competed in a single stableford competition on Saturday in what was a complete return to normal golfing procedure. It looks like we have left the restrictive conditions behind and can now conform to playing procedures as per standard rules.

All golfers will welcome the lifting of the return of the club to normality.

Saturday’s winner was Reg Apps who captured some of his earlier golfing capabilities with a winning score of 40 points.

Martin Booth had to be satisfied with second place after being edged out of first prize on a countback.

Russell Taylor also handed in a card of 40 points but also had to be satisfied with third spot aloo on a countback.

Greg Booth and Terry Milliken, both scored 37 points, to take out the remaining awards.

Nearest the pin winners were Mick Elfar on the 4th hole, Paul Rowe on the 6th and Ian Manton won the 7th.

Thursday’s medley stableford was won by Ian Kingston with 40 points but Peter Nikolic had to be satisfied with second place on a countback.

Dorothy Madden, with 38 points, won third place on a countback ahead of Steve Johnston also with 38 points.

Leonie Doolan won the remaining award with an excellent 37 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Colin Houghton, Andrew Gordon and Leonie Doolan.

Players are asked to inspect and support the raffle of golfing equipment donated by local PGA golf member Brendan Jones.

Tickets will be available for the next few Thursday’s and Saturday's.

Reg Apps stableford winner at Tuross

Reg Apps wins Tuross Head stableford competition.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown


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