Hot’n’heavy action on the links

Yuval Harari takes first-place trophy at special nine-hole Individual Stabelford tournament at Ga'ash Golf Club.

May 5, 2011 06:07
Yuval Harari

Yuval Harari 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Last weekend, the Ga’ash Golf Club hosted 132 club members and guests to a special nine-hole Individual Stabelford tournament sponsored by Berggruen Residential Ltd., builders of the Meier on Rothschild project in Tel Aviv.

Co-victors in the A Division, on 22 points, were Yuval Harari and Gary Van der Molen, with Harari taking the first-place trophy on the count out. In the B Division Eli Chitayat triumphed with 24 Stabelford points, followed by Itzik Ashkenazi with 23 points.

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Nearest-to-the-pin prizes went to David Ashkenazi on hole 4 and Reuven Agasi on hole 9.

The sponsors of the tournament provided refreshments and gifts for the players and their guests in the hospitality tent on the lawns of Ga’ash.

A raffle was held between all the players and Judy Reefe took home a round-trip air ticket to New York to meet the great world-renowned architect Richard Meier.

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