Hoch takes first place for second month in row at Ga'ash

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June 30, 2013 04:15

 
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Gidon Hoch continued his positive momentum at the Ga’ash Golf Club and for the second month in a row took first place in the Monthly Medal with a gross 74, beating Ashley Silber by two shots.

In the A Division, Lionel Philips had the best net score with a 71 followed by Silber on net 72.

David Amir won the B Division with a net 70, followed by Gon Hertzog on 71.

The C Division was captured by Meyer Iny on net 75 followed by Hadassah Alon on 78.

Hole-in-ones for the month were scored on June 10 by Jamshid Sadeghi (hole 4, 109 meter) and June 27 by David Pachima (hole 14, 165 meter).

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