Women take center stage at Ga'ash

Forty golfers participated in the wonderful, festive atmosphere.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
November 11, 2014 01:07
Ladies Day victors

LADIES DAY victors (from left) Linda Streit and Olga Nadar pose with Ga’ash Golf ladies club captain Marilyn Cooper and tournament organizer Gill Sadeghi. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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The Ga’ash Golf Clubs annual Ladies Day Tournament – a better-ball Stableford competition sponsored by Lilit cosmetics – concluded late last week, as golfers Linda Streit and Olga Nadar outdueled the competition to take first place.

Forty golfers participated in the wonderful, festive atmosphere.

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Among some of the other winners were Limor Sidi and Hadassah Alon, who competed hard to take second place, while third went to Norma Kaufman and Sharon Kaufman.

The prize for best front-nine went to Ruti Oren and Tania Zarfaty, and the best back-nine was shot by Ofra Dagan and Ronit Kedar.

Limor Sidi and Ruti Oren won the closest-tothe- pin prize as well as the longest-drive prize.

Also, in the recent 2014 Club Championships at Ga’ash, Greg Elliot won the men’s event, Adrienne Biberstein was victorious for the women, while Shmulik Almagor took top spot in the Super Seniors competition.

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