Games We Play - Golf: Father-son team wins at Ga'ash

Avraham and Amiram Zandkeren won the 18-hole event and Amos Meitar and Ralph Weiner took the 9-hole competition in the Berlitz tournament Thursday.

September 24, 2007 04:30
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Games We Play - Golf: Father-son team wins at Ga'ash

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The father and son combination of Avraham and Amiram Zandkeren won the 18-hole event and Amos Meitar and Ralph Weiner took the nine-hole competition in the Berlitz Language Center sponsored tournament at the Ga'ash Golf club on Thursday The Zandkerens won with 42 Stableford points while Wiener/Meitar had 20 Stableford points. Over 100 golfers participated in the event. The format was a Better-Ball Stableford, 75 percent handicap with a nine-hole morning tournament and an 18-hole afternoon competition. In the 18-hole event the Zandkerens were followed by Amos Aharoni and Arik Sagi on 40 Stableford points. On 39 points were Zvi Meshi / Shmuel Almagor, Marion Fagel / Yohanan Hoffman, Steve Taylor / Steve Weil, Joe Hallis / Alan Feinblum, but on the count-out the prize went to the Meshi / Almagor pair. In the nine-hole competition, Muli Timor and Ilan Mendelson also had 20 points but Amos and Ralph taking first place on the count-out. In third place, were Avner Chen and Dany Seker on 19 points. The cocktail party and prize giving was held on the balcony of the Albatross restaurant at the Ga'ash Golf Club. The CEO of Berlitz Israel, Mira Mines, presented the prizes. Gili Peleg, CEO of Ga'ash Golf thanked Berlitz for its involvement in golf in general and for its support of the Ga'ash Golf Club in particular.

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