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Tuross Head golfers beat windy conditions

The Tuross Head Country Club men’s golf held their Scoty stableford competition on the weekend and the winner was visitor Christopher Row with an excellent score of 41 points.

On a day of high wind, which usually leads to lower scores, the reverse was the case with second placegetter Dave Bray scoring 38 stableford points ahead of Peter Nikolic also on 38 points filling third spot on a countback.

John Phyland 36 points and Graeme Sindel 35 points filled the remaining award positions.

Nearest the pins were won by won by A grade golfer C. Rowe on the 4th hole.

Mark Haberkorn was closest on the 6th with 2.48 m and

John Phyland won the 7th hole with 6.25 m.

B grade player Peter Nikolic was best on the 4th with 4.88 m and Russell Taylor won the 6th with 4.60 m.

Peter Dugan was closest on the 4th hole with 6.16 m and Peter was also awarded the 6th hole with 3.08 m.

Thursday’s medley stableford golf competition was won by Steven O’Shea with 36 points.

Tony Russell, also scoring 36 points, was second on a countback and Jennifer Gray 34 points, Trevor Jones 33 points received the remaining awards.

Nearest the pins were won by Peter Dugan, Trevor Jones and Ian Manton.

Above: Tuross Head Country Club golf course overlooking Coila Lake.

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