Texas Scramble victorious with net 57

Team of Gary Vandermolen, Aamos Raz Gary Bell and Gil Don capitalize on the opportunity for some excellent scoring.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
May 22, 2012 06:16
TEXAS SCRAMBLE golfers

TEXAS SCRAMBLE golfers 370. (photo credit: Channel 10)

 
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The excitement grows as Monday’s tour continues at the Gaash Golf Club.

The four-medal format squad, Texas Scramble, capitalized on the opportunity for some excellent scoring on the beautifully prepared golf course. Scoring 61 gross, the team of Gary Vandermolen, Aamos Raz Gary Bell and Gil Don, playing off a combined handicap, had a net score of 57.

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In second place with a net of 58 were Miki Hertzog, Alon Granot, Erez Engel and Amiram Zantkern.

Nearest to the prizes sponsored by the Greenfield restaurant went to Steven Weil and Ana Golan.

In the on going individual points table for the Monday’s tour Alon Granot continues to lead but Gary Vandermolen moved into second place at the expense of Shmuel Almagor.

The registration continues at the Gaash Golf Club for the prestigious International Pairs tournament (information at: 09-9515111).

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