GOLF: A day for the ladies at Ga'ash

43 Ga'ash members and visitors from the Caesarea Golf Club took part in the club's annual Ladies' Day.

By LINDA STREIT
March 23, 2006 06:15

 
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Ga'ash Golf Club held its annual Ladies' Day on Tuesday, and 43 Ga'ash members and visitors from the Caesarea Golf Club took part. The event included an 18-hole, better-ball stableford competition, followed by a catered lunch. Despite the windy conditions, the teams kept up a good pace and turned in decent scores. The final result was decided by a four-way countdown between four pairs, who each returned a score of 43 points. The winners were Ofra Dagan and Betty Levi - Betty is a new player, so this was a terrific result for her. In second were Malka Geri and Adele Katz. The closest to the pin was awarded to Norma Kaufman, for a 1.09 result on the fourth hole. The longest drive, at 147 meters, was hit by Anthea Silove, who had a particularly good day as she also won the event raffle. Silove went home with a Kipling bag, as well as her prize. Ladies' Day sponsor Hyundai provided complimentary weekends with the carmaker's latest model for four prize winners. Each participant received an exclusive gift set from cosmetics giant L'Oreal. Please submit items for 'Games We Play' via e-mail to sports@jpost.com

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