Games we play: Golfers brave weather at Gaash

Difficult weather conditions did not prevent over 40 golfers from participating in Wednesday's individual stableford competition.

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April 7, 2006 03:23
Games we play: Golfers brave weather at Gaash

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Difficult weather conditions did not prevent over 40 golfers from participating in Wednesday's individual stableford competition at the Gaash Golf Club. First place went to Avi Farkash with 37 stableford points, followed in second place by Alex Sagy on 36 points. In third place was Gil Don with 35 points, who had a better back nine than Judy Reefe, also on 35 points. The A Division section of the individual knockout competition has been completed with Reefe beating Mike Ossip on the 19th hole. During Hol Hamoed Pessah, the golf club will host a better-ball stableford competition. The annual Anda Zimand Competition, which attracts the largest field of golfers in Israel in one day, will take place in the beginning of May.

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