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Tuross Head Country Club August monthly medal awards

Tuross Head golfers competed in their main event held each month-the monthly medal award competition-which is played over three A, B and C grade divisions.

Adam Husband was the winner of A grade with a score of 68 net strokes ahead of Colin Houghton 72 strokes and Bran Doolan 73.

Colin Houghton had the lowest off the stick score of 74.

Bruce Martin returned a low score of 68 net strokes to be the best of the B division players with Tony Brown 69 and Peter Nikolic 70 strokes closely behind him.

Ian Kingston won C grade also recording a low 68 strokes with Shane Gschwend and

Gerald Strickland both scoring 70.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade:

John Phyland on the 4th hole with 4.03 m.

Jason Nikolic won the 6th with 1.60 m and

Al Gannon was best on the 7th with 4.11 m.

B grade player Ron Rogers was awarded the 4thhole with 9.90 m.

Bruce Martin was best on the 6th with 7.91 m and

Peter Hogan was closest on the 7th with 6.90 m.

Mick Hogan was the C grade winner on the 4th hole with 8.3 m.

Mick Elfar won the 6th with 5.76 m and

Peter McRae the 7th with 10.19 m.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Michael Hogan with 38 points ahead of Al Gannon 37, Steven O’Shea 35 and Ian Manton 33 points.

Nearest the pins went to Steven O’Shea and Beverley Theobald.

Above: Tuross Head event sponsor Greg Ware with A grade medal winner Adam Husband and Club President Andrew Gordon. Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

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