Ga’ash kicks off new Mondays Tour

The Mondays Tour will be held twice a month in various formats, inviting all golfers in Israel.

January 20, 2011 00:09
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Ga’ash Golf Club’s new “Mondays Tour” got off to a fine start earlier this week.

The Mondays Tour will be held twice a month in various formats, inviting all golfers in Israel – amateurs and professionals – with registered handicaps to participate.

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he first tournament was limited to 40 players to allow the field to flow.

First place in the better ball Stableford 75 percent format went to Yuval and Shmuel Zantkeren on 44 Stableford points.

The prize for each player was a box of golf balls.

In second place were Marion Feigel and Yochanan Hoffman with 42 Stableford points.

Each received a sweat shirt from the pro shop.

Nearest to the pin prizes went to Guy Benhamou and Yochanan Hoffman.

Points will be awarded to the winners of each tournament and will be acumulated throughout the tour.

The best individual score of the day was Andy Nemirof with a 2-under par gross 68.

Also of note was Alecs Klein scoring his first hole-in-one on the par-3 fourth hole.

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