Ga’ash tees off the new year in style

This prestigious annual event gave all the winners of individual tournaments over the course of the previous 12 months to play for the coveted cup.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
January 12, 2011 06:07
CEO of Ga’ash Golf Gili Peleg

CEO of Ga’ash Golf Gili Peleg 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The Ga’ash Golf Club got its 2011 season off in fine form on Monday with the 2010 “Champion of Champions” tournament.

This prestigious annual event gave all the winners of individual tournaments over the course of the previous 12 months to play for the coveted cup.

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Twenty-eight golfers braved the cold and crispy conditions, with Meir Dor coming away as the singles stroke-play victor, with a net-68 score.

Meir, who is being coached by local club pro, David Goldenberg, has made remarkable progress over the last few years, with his handicap remarkably improving from 26 to 12.

In second place was veteran golfer, Eddy Hoffman, on net 69.

The nearest-to-the-pin prize, sponsored by the Greenfield restaurant at Ga’ash Golf, also went to Eddy Hoffman.


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