Golf: School boy wins 'B' Division at Ga'ash

Playing off a 19 handicap, the 15-year-old had an excellent 79 giving him a comfortable victory.

October 3, 2007 03:50
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Golf: School boy wins 'B' Division at Ga'ash

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Teenage golfing sensation Inon Zadok had the best score of the day and a career best net 60 to win the "B" Division at the postponed September Monthly Medal at the Ga'ash Golf Club on Tuesday. Playing off a 19 handicap, the 15-year-old had an excellent 79 giving him a comfortable victory. Cyril Kaufman kept up his excellent form from the Club Championships to take the "A" Division with a net 68. Playing off a four handicap Kaufman played the front and back nine in one-over par 36 giving him a gross 72. Also on net 68, with an inferior back nine, was Yohanan Hoffman who took second place. Second place in the "B" Division went to Amos Meitar on net 65. The "C" Division was won by Israel's leading blind golfer, Zohar Sharon on net 65. Second place went to Ralf Wener on net 72. The nearest to the pin prizes, sponsored by the Wine Center at Ga'ash, went to Ester Malka on hole four, 1.44 meters from the hole and on hole nine Aharon Bakshi came 2.10m from the hole. On Sunday Alan Feinblum hit a hole-in-one on the 124m par 3 fourth hole, par 3 while playing in a 4-ball including his brother from Los Angeles, . Meanwhile, Gil Don and George Berold on 45 stableford points took first place in the "Blue Birdie" Nomad golf club tournament held on the October 1 at Ga'ash. Eight professional golfers took part in the tournament. One of the highlights of the day was an excellent performance by current Maccabi Games champion, professional golfer, Andy Nemiroff who had a gross 64. Nemiroff played the par 70 course with 12 pars and six birdies leaving him six under par and taking first place in the individual section of the tournament. The tournament was a Better-ball Stableford as well as an Individual competition. In second place in the pairs, were Yehoshua Shponder and Moshe Yehezkel also on 45 points but an inferior back-nine to Gil and George. In third place on 43 points came Shlomi Sayag and Oren Edni. Prizes for nearest to the pin went to Elad Hason and Carmen Pinchovitch.

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