Ga’ash plays host to EZRA charity tournament

The format was a better-ball stableford competition 75 percent handicap.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
June 14, 2012 00:13
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Gaash Golf Club 370. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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This past week the Ga’ash Golf Club hosted a charity golf tournament in support of EZRA, in memory of the late Celle Mandel. EZRA’s mission statement places an emphasis on volunteering to help and support less fortunate children.

There was a full field of 60 golfers playing in great conditions.

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The format was a better-ball stableford competition 75 percent handicap.

Two groups ended the day on 42 stableford points, Avraham Levy and Eli Chitayat as well as the duo of Alex Okon and Chaim Shaininger.

Levy and Chitayat took first place on a count out.

Nearest to the pin prizes went to Eli Streit and Lorna Arenson and prizes for the longest drive went to Evi Wyler and Eddie Shapiro.

At the awards ceremony, held on the deck of the Greenfield restaurant, tournament organizer Judy Reefe thanked the Ga’ash Golf Club for hosting this important event and the players for there continues support of the EZRA tournament.



Ga’ash golfers are now looking forward to the second qualifying round of the International Paris tournament to be held next week with a record field of 72 golfers.

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