Tuross Head Country club men's golf held their regular monthly medal stroke and putts competition last Saturday.
This event is held over three divisions and is always hotly contested.
Adam Husband emerged as the winner of the A grade section with a remarkably low score of 63 net.
Adam finished ahead of low handicap golfer Colin Houghton who finished with a net 68.
Colin's round of 70 resulted in him also winning the lowest off the stick award.
B grade was won by Peter Nikolic with 67 net ahead of Russell Taylor on 70.
Peter Hogan's card of 69 net saw him win the C grade division ahead of Bruce Brawn 74.
Adam Husband won the putting competition with 22 putts.
The Golden Shot award for the closest second shot on the second hole was won by John Phyland with 3.49 m.
Nearest the pins were won by:
A grade golfer Adam Husband on the 4th hole with 0.56 m.
Colin Houghton was closest on the 6th hole with 0.70 m and
Tim Watson won the 7th hole with 3.54 m.
B grade player Jim Wade was best on the 4th with 1.36 m. and
John Phyland the best on the 6th hole with 1.36 m.
C grade golfer Ian Kingston was best on the 4th with 1.68 m and
Peter Johnston won the 6th 3.17m.
Adam Husband won the Tuross Motel overall closest shot of the day on 4th hole with 0.55 m.
The coming Saturday competition is the Scoty stableford round.
Thursday's medley stableford competition was won by Ian Kingston with 36 points ahead of
Paul Israel, David Schmid and Herb Muriwai who all finished on 37 points.
Nearest the pins winners were Ian McManus with 1.77 m on the 4th hole.
Ray Bollard had a hole in one on the 6th.
Bruce Lidbury won the 7th with 3.96 m.
Left - Tuross Head A grade medal winner Adam Husband and runner up Colin Houghton.
Right - Tuross Head sponsors Al Gannon and Paul Scholze with C grade medal winner Peter Hogan centre.
Photos: Paul Pereira