Tor crowned Ga'ash 'Champion of Champions'

First place went to Dudu Tor who had a net 71.

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January 16, 2007 02:58
Tor crowned Ga'ash 'Champion of Champions'

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The first tournament at Ga'ash Golf Club for 2007 was held on Thursday, 11 January 2007. All winners of official club individual tournaments during 2006 played for the prestigious position of Club "Champion of Champions" 2006. A field of 27 played in cold gale force windy conditions. First place went to Dudu Tor who had a net 71. Arik Sagy and Greg Kopels both had a 72 net. Arik played the back nine in two over par 31 and took 2nd place. Once again, the Wine Center at Gaash donated a prize for "closest to the pin" on the par three, fourth hole, 120 meters. This prize went to Hani Fuchs coming 3.7 meters from the pin.

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