Harris blitzes the field in Ga’ash monthly medal

Anthony Harris played a brilliant round of golf last week to earn the best gross score at the June Monthly Medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
July 6, 2014 01:20
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Anthony Harris

Anthony Harris poses on the first tee box at Ga’ash Golf Club last week after posting the gross score at the June Monthly Medal.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Anthony Harris played a brilliant round of golf last week to earn the best gross score at the June Monthly Medal at the Ga’ash Golf Club.

More than 50 golfers participated in very warm conditions, with Anthony playing the front nine in 37 strokes, which included a birdie, five pars and three bogeys. He came back in a one-under par 34, with an eagle, a birdie, five pars and a pair of bogies which gave him a total of 71 shots.

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In the A Division, Zalman Shahaff and Shmulik Almagor both finished on net 71, with Shahaff taking first place on the count-back.

Richard Fogelson took home top prize in the B Division, followed by Linda Streit.

The C Division was won by Adele Katz, with Gill Sadeghi in second place.

Nearest-to-the-pin prizes, sponsored by the Greenfield at Ga’ash, went to Yerucham Shafat and Judy Reefe.

In other Ga’ash news, 18 club members and some of their friends visited the Korinium golf resort in northern Cyprus last month. The group held a two-day individual Stableford tournament, with first place going to Meier Dor, followed by Chaim Shaininger and David Amir.



The prize for the best score on the first day went to Shahaff, and on the second day to Dor.


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