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Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf Saturday July 6 2019

Each month the Tuross Head Country Club men golfers compete  in a 18 hole stroke event in which the winner of each of the three divisions receives a Monthly Medal medallion.

The competition this week saw all these players over the past twelve months playing for the prestigious annual Medal of Medals award.

Steven O’Shea, a very consistent golfer, was the winner with a score of net 69 strokes.

Event sponsor Bruce Brawn presented Steven with the award.

Overall results for each of the three grades were:

A division Paul Ferguson scored 73 net ahead of Martin Booth 76 who beat Adam Husband on a countback.

B grade best was  overall winner Steven O’Shea with 69 net who outed Bruce Martin on a countback. Ron Rogers was the third placegetter.

The best of C grade was Michael Birks with a net 74 and Michael relegated Terry Milliken to second placing also on a countback. Paul Israel returned a card of 76 for third placing.

Paul Ferguson had the lowest off the stick score of 84 for the day.

Paul Ferguson also won the Golden Shot award for the closest second shot on the par 4 second hole with 1.55 m.

A putting competition held in conjunction with the days main event was won by Ben


Nearest the pins were won by:

A grade golfer Dave Gray with 4.15 m on the 4th hole.

Paul Ferguson was closest on the 6th with 3.80 m and he also won the 7th with 1.12 m.

B grade player Bruce Brawn won the 4th with 5.51 m. and Peter McRae

the 6th with 2.80 m.

C grade golfer Graeme Bell was awarded the 4th hole with 4.02 and Peter Johnston won the 6th with 9.50 m.

The coming Saturday competition at Tuross Head is the monthly Scoty stableford round.

Above:Steven O’Shea, Tuross Head Medal of Medals winner.

Above: Steven O’Shea, Tuross Head Medal of Medals winner with sponsor Bruce Brawn and club captain Allen Lee.

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