Chapman tourney heats up Ga’ash

First place went to the duo of Alex Okon and Chaim Shaininger with a net score of 63.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
August 17, 2011 07:32
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Chaim Shaininger and Alex Okon

Golf 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The Ga’ash Golf Club had a full field of 40 golfers this week in its Monday Tour Tournament, which was played using the exciting Chapman format.

In Chapman, both partners play a tee shot from their designated tee. Each player then plays their partner’s ball for the second shot. The team selects the ball they wish to continue with and they play it alternately intil it is holed a handicap allowance of 3/8 (37.5 percent) of the aggregate handicaps of the partners.

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First place went to the duo of Alex Okon and Chaim Shaininger with a net score of 63.

In second place was the pair of Any Nemirof and Alon Granot, on net 65.

Nearest-to-the-pin prizes, sponsored by the Greenfield Restaurant, went to Okon and Dani Levin.

Registration for the Kfar Idud Tournament continues at the pro shop at Ga’ash. The field in open to all golfers in Israel with an official handicap.

For more information, please call 09-951-5551.

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