Yaakov Har-Oz, Ori Elan and Meyer Iny were the winners of Gaash Golf Club’s inaugural Israel Golf Cup tournament, which was played at the club.
- FIFA mulls giving Israel six months to stop soccer games in settlements
- The Israeli startups leading the digital sports revolution
The tournament, which David Goldenberg, Gaash Golf Club’s professional, initiated, was an individual stableford format with a nine-hole tournament in the morning and an 18-hole competition in the afternoon.
The nine-hole competition was won by Yaakov Har-Oz, followed by Yoram Bernstein, by Ilan Mendelsohn and Benny Meirov.
In the 18-hole tournament, the A division was won by Elan followed by Guy Ben Hamou. Hugo Wainstein took third, followed by Chaim Shaininger.
Iny won the B division followed by Gill Sadeghi with Albert Levi in third place, followed by Alain Hababou.
The longest drive prize went to Eliezer Shkedi and Nearest to the pin prize went to Assaf Lengy.
Last week, 40 players participated in the April Monthly Medal the day after Passover ended at the club.
The A division was won by Idan Chayut with a net 69 followed by Greg Eliot on net 72 who beat Yonatan Stutzen on the count back for second place.
Yigal Barnea had a net 65 to win the B division followed in second place by Gadi Bleicher on net 73 beating Meir Shani on the countback. Eddy Hoffman had a net 67 to win the Super Seniors with Brian Galgut on net 68 in second place.
The best gross score was played by Cyril Kaufman with him and Greg Elliot both scoring 77 shots with Cyril winning the cup on the countback.
The nearest to the pin prize went to Meir Dor.