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A feature of the open day at the Grange Club on Sunday was the play of R. E. Revel, of the Manukau Club. He equalled the course record of 68, and returned the best scores in both the gross and net modal, competitions. Revel Is one of the longest hitters in Auckland golf. He followed his morning round of 68 with a 7G, to give him an aggregate of 144. This was six strokes better than the next best, W. Jones (Drake!, who had two rounds of 75, with R. R. Haggie (Otahuhu), 75, 7G—151, third. In the net medal Revel's score was 141 (his handicap being reduced from 2 to 1 in the second round), but he was not eligible for the trophy. It.went to D. R. Garrard (Maungakiekie) who had two net rounds of 72 off a 7 handicap. Revel 42, and Garrad 35, returned the best cards in the morning Stableford, but neither being eligible it was won by N. Farrell (Maungakiekie) on the count back with Haggie. both having scores of 34. The four-ball bogey was won by Revel and L. J. Alexander (Manukau) with a card of 4 up, the next best being G. Latta and J. E. Harris (Otahuhu). Latta, on a 10 handicap, was beaien on the count back by Garrard for the best net medal score, his rounds being 90 and 92- '

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GOLF RECORD EQUALLED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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GOLF RECORD EQUALLED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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