Games We Play: Golf

Gonen heating up, grabs Stableford prize with Schama

September 7, 2010 23:26

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Coming off his August Monthly Medal conquest, 15- year-old Itai Gonen continued his good form on Friday, teaming up with Gidi Schama to capture the better-ball Stableford tournament held at the Ga’ash Golf Club.

A field of 52 golfers participated in the event, with top spot going to the young dynamic duo of Gonen and Schama, who finished on 44 Stableford points. In second place were Brian Galgut and Colin Lewis, who combined for 41 Stableford points.

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The Nearest-to-the-Pin prizes, sponsored by the Greenfield restaurant at Ga’ash Golf, went to Alex Okun and Shmulik Almagor.

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