Busy holiday season on the Ga’ash links

Gidon Hoch captures the monthly medal at Ga’ash Golf Club for the second month in a row.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
December 28, 2012 05:51
Ga'ash Golf Club tournament winners

Ga'ash Golf Club tournament winners 370. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Gidon Hoch captured the monthly medal at Ga’ash Golf Club for the second month in a row this week with the top gross score among the nearly 60 golfers who participated in the tournament.

Ilan Cohen won the A division with a net 69, followed by Michael Cohen.

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The best net score of the day was carded the B division, with Baruch Lazarovitch on net 67 with Moolie Avishar in second place. Veteran golfer Emmanuel Popowich took the C division, on net 72, followed by Trevor Schrager.

Nearest-to-the-pin prizes, sponsored by the Greenfield restaurant, went to Judy Reefe and Rafi Thein.

The final session of the ongoing “Monday’s Tour” series was completed last week as well at Ga’ash, the finale of a series of 10 tournaments with varying formats held over the course of the year.

Shmulik Almagor and Alon Granot headed the player’s league, which was run on a points system. Both finished with the same amount of points and will now participate in an 18-hole match play playoff to determine the winner.

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