Inclement weather can’t halt Ga’ash action

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
December 9, 2014 22:52

 
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Nearly 40 golfers participated two weeks ago, despite the rough weather conditions, in the November Monthly Medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club.

Brian Mehl had the best gross score while Greg Elliot came away with the best net score in the A Division, with Shmulik Almagor taking second place.

The B and C Divisions experimented with playing a Stableford scoring format.

First place in the B Division went to Dudu Tor, followed by Hugo Wainstein in second.

Meyer Iny won the C Division while Alan Gelman took home second place.

Among the other highlights recently at Ga’ash, 85-year-old Joe Klein hit a hole-in-one on the par-3 4th hole, which was playing at 110 meters. Klein was partnered with Amos Amir and Yaakov Deutch on the day.

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