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Jacky Mukmel and George Berold will represent Israel after winning Stableford tournament.
By BY JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
A full field of 60 golfers enjoyed the late afternoon cooler weather and played an individual Stableford format event.
By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
By ALLON SINAI,REUTERS
The 23-year-old, who became the first Israeli to earn an LPGA or a PGA Tour Card last December, opened the event with a superb eight-under-par 64.
By ALLON SINAI
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
World Golf Hall of Famer Amy Alcott found herself in the Holy Land this week for the first annual SHALVA Golf Tournament held at the Caesarea Golf Club.
Liora Sponder took home the best-dressed prize, while Liron Neor and Ronit Kedar split the award for best combination of color and style.
The best gross score of the day, played under perfect conditions, was a 74 by Anthony Harris.
For years sand mining has been a major source of income for organized crime figures.
By BEN HARTMAN
A victory in each match meant a point for the winning club. A draw was worth a half point for each side.
It may not happen overnight, but Laetitia Beck has the potential to almost singlehandedly make golf relevant in Israel.
Forty golfers participated in the wonderful, festive atmosphere.
The highlight of the day was a performance by the Gevatron choir, attended by over 300 people on the beautiful lawns of the club.
Photography expert Tom Langford gives tips on how to compensate for less than adequate weather.
By TOM LANGFORD
The Israeli Minigolf Association hopes a miniature-golf course in Ashdod will tee off a local interest in the leisure sport.
By SHARON UDASIN
The unique seaside community continues to attract Israeli high society has not reached its full real-estate potential.
By RACHEL ROTH
David Pachima scored a hole-in-one on the par-4 6th hole, which was playing at 254 meters.
After carding a six-over-par 78 in the first round, the 22-year-old registered a five-over-par 77 in the second round on Friday to end the tournament on +11, missing the cut by five shots.
The 22-year-old bogeyed the first hole, but bounced back with five straight pars before also bogeying the seventh hole.
Beck, who graduated from Duke University earlier this year, will turn professional following her recent success.
Anthony Harris played a brilliant round of golf last week to earn the best gross score at the June Monthly Medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club.
The tournament marked the end of Andy Santos’s 18-year tenure as the club’s Head Professional.
The tour’s top 50 players will compete for the Israel Masters Champion prize of 70,000 euros, funded by the Edmond de Rothschild Bank.
Grand prize for golf tournament includes transportation and accommodation for the Global Volvo Tournament to be held in South Africa in January 2015.
This was the 12th year that Mayer Group, importers of Volvo cars to Israel, sponsored the competition in cooperation with the Caesarea Golf Club.
Zohar Sharon, who lost his sight during his IDF service, practices at the Caesarea Golf Club, with caddie Shimshon Levi playing a crucial role in his success.
The April monthly medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club was well attended with 68 golfers participating in perfect, yet challenging, conditions.
Golf Clubs hold annual Purim competitions.
The duo of Cyril and Norma Kaufman snagged first-place honors in last week’s Israeli Pairs tournament.
Golf: Nearly 40 players competed in the September Monthly Medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club.
Just one month after scoring a hole-in-one Albatross in the July Monthly Medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club, Tomer Koren returned to take first place in Tuesday’s August Monthly Medal with a one-over par gross 71.
It was an especially impressive performance for the 17-year-old from Caesarea, considering it was not a junior tournament.
In one of the most uniquely brilliant golf occurrences that one could achieve, 18-year-old Tomer Koren aced the 305-meter 10th hole.
David Pachima, a recent immigrant from France who started playing golf just two years ago, beat out Assaf Lengy by two Stableford points to win the A division of the HSBC 9- hole tournament at the Ga’ash Golf Club last week.
Roby Cohen took home first place in the Drive to a Major in a Mercedes trophy competition held at the Ga’ash Golf Club last week.
In the A Division, three golfers – Itzik Ashkenazi, Avi Dekel and Ilan Cohen – all finished with 20 stableford points.
Ga’ash and Caesarea get together on links
60 players compete at the golf tournament at the Ga'ash Golf Club, where Cyril and Norma Kaufman won.
Gidon Hoch captures the monthly medal at Ga’ash Golf Club for the second month in a row.
Nearly 60 golfers take part in the November Monthly Medal held at the Ga’ash Golf Club.
Cyril Kaufman took the men’s championship, his wife Norma captured the ladies’ title and Ilan Mendelson was top senior.
Allan Blumenstyk takes the C while division Rafi Shelef claims the Super Seniors B division.
In extremely warm weather conditions nearly 50 golfers participated in the August Monthly Medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club.
The format was a betterball stableford 75% handicap.
The Mercedes Trophy, played on Friday, saw 150 golfers participate in a nine hole individual stableford tournament sponsored by Mercedes Benz.
Playing in the first qualifying round of the International Pairs competition at the Ga’ash Golf Club were two special guests.
Team of Gary Vandermolen, Aamos Raz Gary Bell and Gil Don capitalize on the opportunity for some excellent scoring.
Adel Katz, Evi Wiler and Aliza Ophir win 'Waltz' format tournament at Ga'ash Golf Club.
“Definitely the Game of the season so far,” is how manager of England B, Cliff Corney, described the game against local rivals Aviv City.
After two days of exciting golf last week, the points were shared between the Ga’ash and Caesarea golf teams in a Ryder cup tournament.
The Ga’ash Golf Club hosts its annual ladies day tournament - a Texas scramble played in teams of three.
Championship won on exciting playoff.
Proceeds of tournament go to Kfar Idud, a unique village for people with special needs.
First place went to the duo of Alex Okon and Chaim Shaininger with a net score of 63.
Ga’ash Golf will continue its efforts to support the community by hosting a charity tournament.
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In Israel Baseball Premier League’s opening playoff game, Jerusalem beat Tel Aviv 4-1; Golf: Mondays Tour returns to Ga’ash.
Shmulik Almagor won the A division’s May monthly medal with a net 68 folowed by Greg Elliot on net 69.
Warriors roll over RiseHi 15-7, sweep season series from rivals; Twilight golf comes to Ga’ash.
Veteran golfer Joe Klein took the B division with a net 64 at Ga'ash Golf Club.
Miki Hertzog and Ilan Cohen took first place with a net 65.
By JERUSALEM POST SPORT STAFF
Thrilling matches set up pair of pulsating semis; Seftel, Café Rimon
advance to Elite 8; Mondays heat up at Ga’ash.
A field of 52 golfers participate in February monthly medal held at the Ga’ash Golf Club.
The Mondays Tour will be held twice a month in various formats, inviting all golfers in Israel.
This prestigious annual event gave all the winners of individual tournaments over the course of the previous 12 months to play for the coveted cup.
The first qualifying round of the 2010 Israeli Net Championships was held at the Ga’ash Golf Club.
The “A” division was won by Richard Fogelson with 21 Stableford points, with the second place going to Meir Dor.
Participants enjoy perfect conditions, both weather-wise and course-wise.
The two-day stableford tournament sees Caesarea’s 20-man team emerge with a combined 65-point victory.
For first time ever, a team of three lady golfers will represent Israel at upcoming World Amateur Team Championships which will take place this year in Buenos Aires.
Gonen heating up, grabs Stableford prize with Schama
Places are still available for the “Natal” tournament which will be held at the Gaash Golf Club early September.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Eight-eight-year-old Efi Been is one of Israel's best senior golfers.
70 golfers competed in the July Month Medal at the Ga'ash Golf Club.
The Caesarea Golf Club had a night match this week in honor of its new Par-3 course.
In the A Division veteran golfer Geri had the best score of the day with a net 69.
Charity tournament benefited "Kfar Idud."
By SHMULIK FUTERAN