Games we play: Rachamim fights wind to monthly medal victory

Aviram Ganot and Mike Ossip scored identical net 69s, and second place was awarded to Grant on the countdown.

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November 2, 2006 06:47
Games we play: Rachamim fights wind to monthly medal victory

Hani Fuchs 88. (photo credit: )

 
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Itzik Rachamim won the "A" Division with a net 68 at the monthly medal competition at Gaash Golf Club on Monday. Following heavy rain over the weekend, the course dried out, but the more than 60 golfers had to battle heavy winds most of the day. Aviram Ganot and Mike Ossip scored identical net 69s, and second place was awarded to Grant on the countdown. In the "B" Division, first place went to Ilan Mendelson on a net 70. Shmulik Almagor and Moshe Yehezkel both had net 72, and Almagor won the tiebreaker. Hani Fuchs had the best score of the day, a net 67, to win the "C" Division, followed by Moshe Ben-Dov and Limor Sidi at net 70. Ben-Dov was awarded second in the countdown. Hani also had the longest drive for women on hole No. 5 (a par-4 playing 276 meters), hitting 145 meters into a howling wind. The men's prize for proximity to the pin on hole No. 9 (a par-3 playing 160 meters) was won by Mati Geri, 5.37 meters from the hole. Gaash's next competition is scheduled to be a "Putter + Three Club Tournament" on November 15.

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