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Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf

Saturday September 7 2019

Strong winds on Saturday did not deter golfers from plying in the monthly medal stroke and putts competition.  Despite the conditions low scores were recorded in each of the three

divisions.

Ian McManus returned a low net score of 70 strokes to win A grade with Frank Pomfret

filling second placing on a countback. Brad Doolan’s 73 net strokes saw him receive the third placing award.

Russell Taylor was the B grade winner with 70 strokes ahead of Steven O’Shea 71 strokes and Stephen Swanbury 73 strokes.

C grade best was Bruce Brawn with 70 strokes with Michael Hogan second on a countback.

Ian Kingston’s 71 won him third placing.

Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade player Ian McManus on the 4th hole with 6.55 m.

Dave Bray won the 6th with 4.00 m and

Ian McManus also won the 7th hole with 4.28 m.

B grade award on the 6th hole went to Peter Garn with 2.44 m and

Ian Manton was closest on the 7th with 8.70 m

Mike Hogan on the 4th hole with 2.55m. and  G. Shane the 6th with 7.00 m in C division.

The Golden Shot award for the closest second shot on the 2nd hole was won by Dave Bray with a close 20 centimetres and Ken Brown won the overall putting competition with 26 putts

Above: Tuross Head A grade medal winner Ian McManus and sponsor Paul Israel.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

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