Golf: Ladies light up links at Ga’ash championships

Ga’ash now turns to the men’s and super seniors championships slated for Thursday and Friday.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
October 14, 2015 01:02
 2015 Ga’ash Women’s Club Championships (from left) Nikita Ben-Ami, Norma Kaufman and Ophra Dagan.

2015 Ga’ash Women’s Club Championships (from left) Nikita Ben-Ami, Norma Kaufman and Ophra Dagan.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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In a two-day adventure in perfect conditions at the Ga’ash Golf Club, Norma Kaufman captured the 2015 Ladies Club Champioships, finishing just one stroke ahead of Nikita Ben-Ami, who took second place. The cup for the best net score went to Ophra Dagan.

Nearest-to-the-pin prizes, sponsored by the Greenfield at Ga’ash restaurant, went to Judy Reefe and Dagan.

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Meanwhile, Steve Taylor hit a hole-in-one at Ga’ash late last month on the par-3 fourth hole playing a 119 meters. Also, Moolie Avishar aced the par-3 ninth hole, playing at 160 meters last week, while Reuven Avlagon repeated the feat on the same hole two days later.

Ga’ash now turns to the men’s and super seniors championships slated for Thursday and Friday.

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