Veteran golfer Eddie Hoffman, playing on his 73rd birthday, had one of the best rounds of his career.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Veteran golfer Eddie Hoffman, playing on his 73rd birthday, had one of the best rounds of his career. Playing with an 11 handicap, Eddie had a gross 75 score which left him on net 64 and in first place in the "A" Division.
Hoffman played the front nine in 4-over par-39 with five pars and four bogeys. On the back nine, he had a one-over 36 with eight pars and a bogey. Simcha Cohen finished second with a net 65.
In the "B" Division, Dudu Tor won with a net 70, followed by Yerucham Shafat on net 71.
The "C" Division had the best score of the day with Avner Chen scoring a net 62, closely followed by Moshe Alon on net 63.
Once again the Wine Center at Ga'ash provided the nearest-to-the-pin prizes. On the par-3, 124- meter hole No. 4, Aliza Ofir got within two meters of the pin. On the par-3, 160m hole No.9 Rafi Shelef was 5.4 meters from the hole. Hoffman won the prize for the par-3, 164m hole No. 14. He was 5.2 meters from the pin.
On Thursday, "Ad 120" is sponsoring a special tournament at Ga'ash Golf Club.
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