Games We Play: Aharoni wins monthly medal

In second place at the Ga'ash Golf Club was Amos Raz on net-72.

August 2, 2007 05:50
Games We Play: Aharoni wins monthly medal

golf cyril kaufman 224.88. (photo credit: Tamar Partoush)


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Amos Aharoni won the "A" Division with a net-67 in the July Monthly Medal at the Ga'ash Golf Club, held on 31 July 2007. In second place was Amos Raz on net-72. The "B" Division went to Larry Bergman on net-69, with Avraham Zandkeren in second place on net-70, having a better back-nine than Eli Ziv, also on net-70. In the "C" Division three players were on net-73, Gershon Feldman, Lipa Meir and Roni Elchanan. On the countdown, Gershon took first place with Lipa in second. Nearest to the pin on hole 4, par 3, 120 meters, was Sarita Kanterewicz, only 1.10 meters from the hole. In the "A" Division, Aharoni did not let the extreme warm weather conditions disturb his concentration. He scored a gross 36 on the front nine with a birdie, six pars and two bogies; coming back in two-over par, 37 with a birdie, five pars and three-bogies. Playing off a six-handicap, Aharoni had a gross 73. Nearly 50 golfers braved the extreme heat to participate in the tournament.

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