Golf: Caesarea, Ga’ash split tourney

After two days of exciting golf last week, the points were shared between the Ga’ash and Caesarea golf teams in a Ryder cup tournament.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
November 8, 2011 06:34
Caesarea, Gaash golf clubs

Caesarea, Gaash golf clubs. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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After two days of exciting golf last week, the points were shared between the Ga’ash and Caesarea golf teams in a Ryder cup tournament format organized by the Professional Golf Association of Israel.

The first day was held at Caesarea, where in the better- ball match-play format, the Caesarea team took an 8-5 lead.

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The Ga’ash team bounced back on its home course to win the individual match play by 14 games to 11.

At the closing ceremony held at the Ga’ash Golf Club, the Caesarea representation retained the trophy due to the competition ending in a tie.

Israeli PGA president and head professional at Ga’ash Basil Katz and Caesarea head pro Andy Santos both thanked Ga’ash CEO Gili Peleg and Caesarea CEO Galit Polansky for hosting the tournament at their respective clubs.

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