Games we play: Califa and Drimer win Aminach Tournament

June 4, 2006 01:46
Games we play: Califa and Drimer win Aminach Tournament

Califa and Drimer 298.88. (photo credit: )


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Dudi Califa and Gideon Drimer won the top division at the Aminach-American Comfort Tournament at the Caesarea Golf Club over the weekend. Califa and Drimer finished with a score of 64 competing in the first division, ahead of Eric Issacs and San Zenabu (65), and Nir Yaron and Zvika Meshi (65). In the second division, it was: first place - Morris Elhadef and Ben Hoffman; second place - Vicky Ben-David and Ron Uziel; third place - George Berold and Roni Mendelman. In the third division, it was: first place - Itzik Idelman and Rafi Tzarfati (65); second place - Jeff Randall and Nimrod Averbuch (67); third place - Micha Kenitz and Ilan Cohen (68). Each of the couples who finished in first place received an gift voucher worth NIS 500 for use at American Comfort stores. An NIS 15,000 American Comfort recliner was up for grabs at the "hole in one" competition, but none of the competitors was able to conquer the 169-meter hole 8. Micha Kenitz came the closest (1.83 meters from the pin).

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