Games We Play - Golf: Feinblum takes first place in Ga'ash tourney

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
October 26, 2007 15:23
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Allan Feinblum won Tuesday's AD 120 retirement center individual Stableford tournament for players of 0-19 handicaps with an incredible score of 44 Stableford points. In second place was Slav Kovalski with 36 Stableford points, while Dudu Tor and Aviram Ganot both finished with 35 points. Dudu took third place on the count out. The full field of 60 players enjoyed excellent weather and playing conditions. Feinblum, who started playing golf some eight years ago, excelled himself, having one of the best rounds of his golfing career. He played the front nine in one-over par 36, making five pars, two birdies and two bogies and came in with a back nine of two over par 37 scoring seven pars and two bogies. Nearest to the Pin prizes went to Linda Streit who came 1.6 m from the pin on hole four, par three, 105 meters. On the ninth hole, par three, 160 meters, was Arik Sagi who came 3.42 meters from the pin. The longest drive on hole five, par four, 301 meters was Itzik Edelman who drove 208 meters off the tee. Following the tournament, the prize giving ceremony was held on the balcony of Gaash Golf, at the Albatross restaurant. David Deitch, CEO of AD 120 presented the trophies to the proud winners and said that he hoped to be back with another two bi-annual tournaments.

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