Local Golf: Hanukka tournament held at Gaash Golf Club

First prize went to Judy Reefe and Evi Wyler with 46 Stableford points.

December 20, 2006 05:44
Local Golf: Hanukka tournament held at Gaash Golf Club

female golfers 88. (photo credit: Shmulik Futeran)


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In the true spirit of the Maccabim, the Annual Gaash Golf Club Hanukka Tournament on Tuesday was a big success. The field of 60 golfers played in a Betterball-Stableford format and enjoyed perfect golfing conditions. After the game the Hanukka candles were lit and prizes were given to the winners. First prize went to Judy Reefe and Evi Wyler with 46 Stableford points. The father and son team of Oren and Salomon Levy were second with 45 Stableford points. Moshe Yehezkel and Yehoshua Shponder came in third with 44 points. The prizes for "Nearest to the Pin" on the 124-meter, par-3 4th hole went to Eli Abromoff, 70 centimeters from the hole. On the more challenging 164-meter, par 3 14th hole, Amos Raz was 4.52 meters from the hole. On hole 164-meter, par 3 18th hole, Amos Aharoni was 1.55 m. from the hole. Next week, the Gaash Club will hold its final Monthly Medal of 2006.

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