Games We Play: Zadok, Ross, Lengy top respective divisions

Ga’ash Golf will continue its efforts to support the community by hosting a charity tournament.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
August 2, 2011 06:27
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Golf. (photo credit: Reuters)

 
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After a second-place finish in the Rolex tournament held last week at the Ga’ash Golf Club, Inon Zadok took home the trophy at the July Monthly Medal in the A division.

Zadok finished with a net 72, followed by Eli Ziv on net 73.

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The B division champion was Howard Ross with a net 73, followed by Eli Gitlin on net 74.

The best net score of the day was in the C division, where Assaf Lengy garnered top honors with a net 65, followed by Yoram Leibowitz with a net 71.

Nearest-to-the-pin prizes, sponsored by the Greenfield restaurant, went to Gitlin and Nimrod Eyal.

Ga’ash Golf will continue its efforts to support the community by hosting a charity tournament on September 6.

All proceeds from the event will go to Kfar Idud in Netanya, a village for people with special needs.

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Registration for this truly unique tournament is ongoing at the Ga’ash pro shop. For more information, please call 09-951-5111 or e-mail golfgash@ netvision.net.il.

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