Israeli golf clubs in full swing

The first qualifying round of the 2010 Israeli Net Championships was held at the Ga’ash Golf Club.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
December 24, 2010 07:22
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GA’ASH  and Caesarea golf  teams

GA’ASH Caesarea golf teams. (photo credit: Nimrod Gluckman)

 
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The first qualifying round of the 2010 Israeli Net Championships was held at the Ga’ash Golf Club on Tuesday.

Eddy Hoffman led the A division with a net 72, followed by Amiram Zantkeren’s net 75. Colin Lewis led the B division with a net 72 followed by Dani Golan with a net 73.

The best net score of the day went to Aharon Bakshi, who shot a 67 in the C division.

Guy Benhamov followed with a net 69. The nearest to the pin prize went to Alon Granot.

In other Israeli golf news, atrisk children will begin golf lessons at the Caesarea Golf Club.


The project aims to introduce children from the Emunah Children’s Center in Afula to an athletic pursuit that will hopefully guide them towards a better future.

Shlomo Kessel, director of the Emunah Center and a member of the club, is spearheading the project.

As part of this special initiative, 15 12-year-old children will take part in an introductory golf session, and eight of them will be selected to begin a series of lessons.

Activities will take place every Wednesday, beginning December 29, from 5 to 6 p.m., for a trial period of three months.

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