Kaufmans reign at sunny Ga’ash Golf Club

Cyril Kaufman took the men’s championship, his wife Norma captured the ladies’ title and Ilan Mendelson was top senior.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
September 19, 2012 23:33
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2012 Ga’ash Golf Club tournament

2012 Ga’ash Golf Club tournament 370. (photo credit: Courtesy)

It was all in the family at the 2012 Club Championships at the Ga’ash Golf Club held at the end of last week. Cyril Kaufman took the men’s club championship, his wife Norma captured the ladies’ title and Ilan Mendelson triumphed in the super senior division for 2012.

C. Kaufman won the title for the second year in a row which makes it his seventh title.

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The golf course was in great condition over the two days. The players found scoring difficult on the first day but much improved on the second day.

Kaufman followed his 75 on the first day with a one over par 71 on the second day which included a front nine 36 with 2 birdies, 4 pars, 3 bogeys and came in with 35 with 2 birdies, 5 pars and 2 bogeys.

The best score of the tournament was made by the runner up Gideon Hoch who had 18 pars on the second day to go around in even par 70 to follow his 78 on the first day.

N. Kaufman impressed in the competitive ladies’ division with second place going to Linda Streit.

Mendelson stormed to first in the super senior’s division followed by Yeruham Shafat.

The net prizes in the men’s A division went to Yoav Shenhav followed by Amiram Zantkern and, in the super seniors, to Eliezer Peleg followed by Brian Galgut.

Judy Reefe won the net in the woman’s A followed by Esti Noy. Adale Katz took the bruto in the woman’s B division with Hadasah Alon in second place and the net was won by Gisele Cababie with Marilyn Cooper the runner up.

Nearest to the pin prizes sponsored by the Greenfield restaurant at the Ga’ash Golf Club went to: Michael Cohen, Miki Herzog, Shmulik Almagor and Richard Fogelson.


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