Golf: Almagor battles the cold to take monthly medal

February 2, 2010 06:21
Golf: Almagor battles the cold to take monthly medal

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Shmulik Almagor braved wintery conditions at Ga’ash Golf Club on Monday to claim the first monthly medal of 2010.

Almagor, who won the A division with a net 70, was followed by Mike Ossip on net 71.

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More than 60 golfers took part in the event.

In the B division Eli Gitlin had a net 69 to take first place from Eli Ziv on net 72. There was great excitement in the C division where two good friends, Henrietta Esser and Aviva Smadar, were both on net 70.

Esser won the cup on the count out.

Nearest to the pin prize sponsored by the wine center at Ga’ash went to David Lazarus and Alex Rudoy.

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