Pachima edges Lengy for Ga’ash golf title

140 players participate in 3 divisions; course superintendent Tal Bildman keeps busy links in great playing condition.

June 23, 2013 03:49
HSBC Tournament winner David Pachima

HSBC Tournament winner David Pachima370. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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David Pachima, a recent immigrant from France who started playing golf just two years ago, beat out Assaf Lengy by two Stableford points to win the A division of the HSBC 9- hole tournament at the Ga’ash Golf Club last week.

140 players participated in three divisions, with course superintendent Tal Bildman keeping the busy links in excellent playing condition.

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Pachima finished with 26 points on a two-under par 33, which consisted of three birdies, five pars and a bogey. Pachima, who immigrated to Israel three years ago, practices on a regular basis under the guidance of local club professional David Goldenberg.

Lengy had a front nine one under par 34, which included four birdies, three pars , one bogey and a double bogey.

In the B division, Eli Abramov, Haim Revivo and Carmel Vernia were all on 22 points. First place on the count-back calculation went to Abramov followed by Revivo.

Dudi Shponder won the C division with 24 Stableford points, followed by Dannie Raichenberg on 21 points.

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