Ga’ash teams up with Cigar for 9-hole event

March 25, 2015 01:52
Ga’ash golf club players

Ga’ash golf club players . (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Election Day last week was very exciting at the Ga’ash Golf Club with 132 golfers competing over morning and afternoon sessions.

There was a nine-hole, better-ball Stableford competition organized by the club and Cigar Magazine in which players were treated on arrival with cigars and cocktails by Y&D Enterprises.

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With the golf course starting to take shape for the spring, 64 players participated in the nine-hole tournament competition.

The duo of Alon Granot and Eli Abromov finished tied atop the leaderboard with Dudu Tor and Itzik Ashkenazi, both finishing on 23 points, with Granot and Abromov winning on the countback.

Nearest-to-the-pin prizes, also sponsored by Cigar Magazine, went to Ilan Mendelson and Itzik Ashkenazi.

In other Ga’ash news, both Hugo Wainstein and Nir Shoshan shot recent hole-in-ones on the course, with Wainsein’s coming on the difficult par-3 14th hole (166 meters) and Shoshan’s coming on the par-3 18th (160 meters).

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