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Tuross Head has a busy round of major golf events planned for October

Tuross Head golfers are looking forward to a busy period with three major events on the calendar for the month of October.

The first event is the club’s Senior Open to be held on Sunday October 6th.

This will be played over 18 single stableford holes where men and ladies will compete for both A and B grade winner and runner up awards.

Veteran golfers will hold one of their regular Gala Day 2 Person Ambrose competitions on Wednesday October 23. Golfers will enjoy a bbq luncheon after the 9 hole event.

The annual Ladies Charity Golf Day will be held on Tuesday October 15th will complete the major activities for the month with a 4 Person Ambrose 18 hole played over 18 holes with a 9.00 am shotgun start.

Bookings can be made at the club.

This weeks men golf competition played on Saturday September 21st resulted in a clear win for Greg Booth in the par event with a score of plus 4.

Greg was followed by Gerald Strickland with plus 2, Bruce Handley and Allen Lee were square with the card and Allen Gannon scored minus 1.

Nearest the pins were won by A grade golfer Colin Houghton who was best on both the 4th hole with 4.04 m and also the 6th with 4.37 m.

John Phyland was closest on the 7th hole with 2.79 m.

B grade award went to Greg Booth on the 4th hole with 2.38 m.

Ian McManus won the 6th with 3.40 m and

Ian Manton the 7th with 3.65 m.

C grade player Mick Elfar was awarded the 4th hole with 2.22 m.

Shane Gschwend the 6th with 4.58 m and

Trevor Jones the 7th with 66.87 m.

Thursday’s medley stableford competition was won by Colin Houghton with 39 points ahead of Michael Hogan and Brad Doolan who were both on 37 points.

Bruce Lidbury scored 35 points.

Nearest the pins were won by Colin Houghton, Peter Garn and Bruce Lidbury.

Photo: Colin Houghton wins mid week stableford competition.

Photo: Courtesy Tony Brown

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