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Winner of the Teven Golf Club Monthly Medal, Stephen Marks, with runner-up Peter Blackwood. Photo supplied

Teven Golf Club Men’s Section played an 18-hole Stroke competition for the Monthly Medal on Sat 7 July.

Stephen Marks took out the medal with a net score of 52. The runner-up was Peter Blackwood with 54, followed by John Harbisher (56), John Mathias (57), David Richardson (58), and Steve Blackmore (58).

In the putting John Mathias and Steve Blackmore tied with 27 putts each.

The next comp is on July 14 at 6.30am. It will feature a nine-hole Stableford comp and the fifth round of the Pointscore Championship.


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