Israelis and Hungarians Shine at Israeli Open

Cyril Kaufman takes first place in the super seniors and Brian Mehl finishes second. The net prize goes to Lawrence Goodman

Shmulik Futeran

Gaash Golf Club hosted the Israeli open for the first time, with Cyril Kaufman taking first place in the super seniors and Brian Mehl finishing second. The net prize went to Lawrence Goodman.

In the junior division, Or Alon, playing the 124-meter, par-3 13th hole, scored his first hole-in-one.

At the end of last week, the plus 75 years division and the juniors were played with junior visitors from Ukraine and Hungry. At the end of November, the open for men and ladies and seniors will be played at the Gaash Golf Club.

Hollo Zsomber of Hungary won the boys’ juniors followed by his countryman Daniel Rosza. The 9-year-old Lev Grinberg from Ukraine won the net prize.

Israeli Dana Lerner, coached by Gaash’s head professional David Goldenberg, took first place in the girls’ junior section, followed by Hungary’s Laura Czermecki with Sara Szanto, also from Hungary, winning the net prize.