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It’s all in the family at Ga’ash in 2010

October 14, 2010 18:29


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Uri Bogoslovsky is the new club champion for 2010 at the Ga’ash Golf Club.

Uri’s win made it a dream week for the Bogoslovsky family with his sister Petra winning the ladies championship and younger brother Nathan winning the net prize in the men’s C division.

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It was a tournament dominated by the younger generation with 17-year-old Uri winning the championship with two rounds of 73. Fifteen-yearold Itai Gonen was the runner up with rounds of 77 and 75.

The net prizes in the A division went to Amiram Zantkern followed by Raphy Harroche.

The B division was also dominated by youth, with 18-year-old Gidi Schama winning the gross championship in the followed by Amos Meitar.

Net prizes in the B division went to Steven Weil followed by Moolie Avishar.

Nearest to the pin prizes went to Carmel Vernia and Cyril Kaufman.

The Ga’ash golfers are now looking forward to a Home and Home tournament, which is a first match between Ga’ash and Caesarea.

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