Caesarea’s Thaler takes second-place in Latvia

August 13, 2013 06:23


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Yair Thaler, of the Caesarea Golf Club, captured second place over the weekend in the Volvo Open in Latvia, a three-day tournament that boasted more than 80 participants from nine countries.

After a thrilling final round on Sunday, Israel’s Thaler and Austria’s Markus Maukner were tied atop the leaderboard, with 220 points each, playing a modified scoring system.

After a four-hole playoff, Maukner emerged in first place, while Thaler took silver.

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