There have been a rush of eagles scored at the Tuross Head Country Club golf course recently and Aaron Monopoli added another one last Saturday having the satisfaction of an eagle result on the par 5 first hole.
A great way to start a golf round.
The men's golf competition last Saturday resulted in a win for club captain Bruce Lidbury.
Despite being busy with a recently introduced junior golf clinic he was able to return a high score of 38 points in the stableford event.
Adam Husband, also scored 38 points but was relegated to second placing on a countback.
Jayden Monopoli filled third spot with 36 points and Roger Chappell and Mark Haberkorn, who also scored 36 points, took out the remaining voucher awards on countbacks.
A 2 Ball Best Ball competition was held in conjunction with the stableford round and this was won by Adam Husband and Mark Haberkorn with 76 points.
Nearest the pin winners were:
A grade player Ron Rogers on the 4th hole with 1.98 m.
Dave Schmid was closest on the 6th with 2.09 m and
Aaron Monopoli was best on the 7th hole with 8.6 m.
B grade awards went to Bruce Cleeve on the 4th with 88 cms.
Russell Taylor won the 6th with 1.99 m and
Peter Nikolic was closest on the 7th with 2.62 m.
C grade golfer Peter Garn was awarded the 4th with 2.05 m. and
he was also closest on the 6th with 4.52 m.
Mike Allen won the 7th hole with 10.54 m.
The coming Saturday competition is the stroke and putt monthly medal round.
Thursday's stableford competition was won by Rex Wood with 42 points followed by
Jayden Monopoli and Ian McManus both on 40 points and Graeme Sindel 38 points.
Nearest the pins were Ian McManus with 1.57 m on the 4th hole, Col Houghton had 1.63 on the 6th hole and Al Gannon won the 7th with 4.5 m.
Above: Bruce Lidbury, Scoty stableford winner.