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One-point win kicks off round

Natalie DarchNorth West Telegraph
Port Hedland Golf Club president Thomas Mulligan drives the first shot for the season down the 1st hole, which was surprisingly in the same direction of the green.
Camera IconPort Hedland Golf Club president Thomas Mulligan drives the first shot for the season down the 1st hole, which was surprisingly in the same direction of the green. Credit: PHGC

Round 3 of the Port Hedland Golf Club Summer Cup began on Saturday with players enjoying some rather warm weather.

Bob Kelly came into the 19th hole with 22 points, followed by Craig Watson on 21 points.

Gary Brookes took third place from a three-way tie with Mark Komene and Dean Guirguis.

Men’s long drive went to Steve Lindley and ladies’ long drive was secured by Natalie Devenish.

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Nearest the pin on the 2nd and nearest the pin for three shots was Gary Brookes.

Ira Wilkinson was closest to the pin on the 8th hole, while Norm Kenny was closest for two shots on the 7th hole.

Vic Ariagarda holed longest putt for the day.

Round 4 starts on Saturday — names in by 1.30pm for a 2pm tee off.

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