Games We Play: Kaufman wins GPS tournament

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By SHMULIK FUTERAN
September 17, 2009 01:09

 
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Norma Kaufman came out on top in the G.P.S. Advertising tournament at Ga'ash Golf Club scoring 23 Stableford points and winning two air tickets to Europe by Arkia. The second prize of a weekend at a Moriah Hotel went to Ilan Mendelson on 21 Stableford points on the countdown. In third place was Amos Aharoni, also on 21 Stableford points, winning the SixT rental car. Former Betar Jerusalem striker Gary Vondermolen won the Nearest to the Pin prize of a $100 voucher at James Richardson. The tournament was a nine-hole Stableford, 100 percent handicap format.

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