Ladies hit the links at Ga’ash

Participants enjoy perfect conditions, both weather-wise and course-wise.

November 25, 2010 00:09
LADIES DAY victors (l to r) Hadassah Alon, Elia Co

Ladies Golf 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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The 10th annual Ladies Day golf competition was held at the Ga’ash Golf Club on Tuesday, with the participants enjoying perfect conditions, both weather-wise and course-wise.

Upon arrival in the morning, the women were treated to a full coffee bar and were given special annual Ladies Day t-shirts courtesy of the club.

First prize in the better-ball stableford format went to Giselle Cababie and Adele Katz, who made a ghost-like appearance. In second place were Elke Wienkamp and Adele Katz, with Hadassah Alon and Elia Cooklin finishing third.

Nearest-to-the-pin and longest-drive prizes went to Katz and Wienkamp, respectively.

At the impressive awards ceremony and cocktail party, held at the Greenfield restaurant, club captain Judy Reefe thanked CEO of Ga’ash Gili Peleg and all her staff for all the support they gave in organizing the tournament.

Ga’ash now looks to its next major tournament, which will be held during Hanukka as a charity event in aid of the oncology department at the Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer.

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