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Countback golf victory for Griffiths at Teven

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Ray Griffiths (R) pipped Rex Nixon via a countback of their nine-hole stableford encounter at Teven. Photo supplied

Ray Griffiths collected the win after a countback put him ahead of Rex Nixon at last week’s nine-hole Stableford, which was also the fifth round of the Point Score Championship for the Teven Golf Club’s men’s championship.

Griffiths and Nixon ended the day on 21 points.

Ball run down: Chris Gee 20, John Selwood 19, Robert Tillman 19, Greg Unwin 18, Geoff Colnan 18, Bill Wayte 18, Ian Coochiroff 18.

NTPs: fourth Chris Gee; eigth Bill Wayte (within a flag length).
Putting: Robert Tillman (11 putts).

Next game is this Saturday July 29: a nine-hole Stableford plus two-man aggregate Stableford – this will also be the sixth and final round of the Pointscore Championship (6.15am start for a 6.30am shotgun tee off).


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