Geri, Amir and Zuk win June medals at Ga’ash Golf Club

In the A Division veteran golfer Geri had the best score of the day with a net 69.

July 5, 2010 01:13
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Uri Bogoslovsky on the first tee at Ga’ash Golf Co

Golf 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Mati Geri won the A Division, Amos Amir won the B, and Shuky Zuk won the C in the June Monthly Medal competition at the Ga’ash Golf Club last Tuesday.

Over 60 golfers had to contend with the very warm and windy conditions throughout the day.

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But the grounds crew, under the supervision of Yishai Drori, had the golf course in perfect playing condition.

In the A Division veteran golfer Geri had the best score of the day with a net 69. In second place was Uri Bogoslovsky with a net 71.

Bogoslovsky, who played off a 0 (scratch) handicap, also had the best Gross score of the day at 71.

Amir and Arik Heanig both had net scores of 71 in the B Division, with Amir winning on the count out.

The C Division went to Zuk with a net 72, followed by Eli Chitayat on net 74.

Nearest to the Pin prize, sponsored by the Greenfield restaurant at the Ga’ash club, went to Colin Lewis.

Also last week, Kalley Saacks scored a Hole-in- One on the Ga’ash Golf course’s par-3 fourth hole, playing 105 meters. Playing with Kalley were veteran golfer Effie Been and Ivor Weinstein.

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