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Australian Hellenic Golf Open 2019 Raises $6,000 for “PRONIA”

The 2019 Australian Hellenic Golf Open (AHGO) was played on Monday 14th October 2019 at The Metropolitan Golf Club in Oakleigh South, Victoria.

The Tournament attracted 76 players from Melbourne and Adelaide, including a junior, Angelique Georgiou, who enjoyed playing on one of the best golf courses, not just in Melbourne, but the World.

The golf course was presented in immaculate condition, with beautifully manicured fairways and lovely greens. Whilst the sun was out, the strong northerly winds firmed up the greens, especially later in the morning, thus challenging the playing field.

The Tournament also raised $6,000 for PRONIA as a result of players’ donations at the Charity Hole in One and the Auction held during lunch. Unfortunately, there was no Hole In One which offered a 2019 Kia Stinger GT worth $65,000 courtesy of Northern Motor Group.

We would like to once again thank our Tournament and event Sponsors for their ongoing support. Accountancy Group, Grecian Tours, Sutcliffe Engineering, Vulcan Steel, ADK Insurance brokers, Ingen 3D, Better Box company, Spiliotis Legal, Pay Plus HR, Steelforce, Northern Motor Group, Treasury Wines, Triakosia, 2UNDR and our Media Partner Greek Media Group (3XY/Ta Nea).

Full results can be viewed on www.ahgf.com.au where next years 2020 event details will be posted in coming months.

The AHGF thanks all participants for supporting this great day, bringing together Hellene Golfers across Australia.

John Kerr, from the National Golf Club, with a score of 37 points was crowned the 2019 AHGO Champion and the runner up position went to Cameron Doidge with a score of 36 points, who was presented with­ first prize, a return ticket to Greece, courtesy of Tournament Sponsor Grecian Tours. John Kerr is pictured with the Australian Hellenic Golf Federation Committee from L-R Manuel Tsirmiris, Jim Ntentis, Nick Palamaras, Theo Theodoropoulos, Dimitris Gerostamoulos.
A grade winner: Paul Nagel 35 points, runner up Nick Clonaridis 34 points;
B grade winner : Angelos Giannakopoulos 35 points, Dimitri Gerostamoulos 34 points;
C grade winner: George Andrianopoulos 36 points, Sof Liakopoulos 35 points;
Longest Drives: John Kerr, Kris Ansastiou & Angelos Giannakopoulos.
Nearest to the Pins: Con Zaharias, & Jim Ntentis, Andrew Chrsitoforou.
Junior participant, Angelique Georgiou with commitee members Manuel Tsirmiris and Jim Ntentis.