Another fine golfing morning at Tuross Head and Greg Smith took full advantage of the conditions, winning the Saturday stableford competition, with a score of 36 points.
Bob Hay and Colin Houghton filled second and third spots, both also scoring 36 points, but being forced to fill the minor placings on a countback.
Bruce Ware's 35 points won the remaining award spot.
An Irish 4 Ball team competition was held in conjunction with the single stableford event.
This was won by Steve O'Shea, Ian Lawson, Bob Hay and Bruce Cleeve with 85 points.
Nearest the pins were won by:
A grade golfer Paul Ferguson with 3.05 m on the 4th hole.
Bruce Lidbury was best on the 6th with 2.95 m and
Ian Lawson was awarded the 7th with 2.69 m.
B grade player John Phyland was closest on the 4th hole with 4.17 m.
Peter Nikolic won the 6th with 5.86 m and
Wayne Fullerton the 7th with 6.46 m.
Peter Garn was best of the C grade division with 6.50 m on the 4th hole and
Roger Chappell won the 6th with 2.65 m.
Players are reminded there is a major working bee on Monday June 4th and helpers are asked to nominate if they can help.
Thursday's mixed medal stableford competition was won by Peter Garn with 41 points ahead of Ian Kingston and Glen Shearer both on 38 points. Allen Gannon scored 37 points for the remaining award position.
Nearest the pins were won by Ron Rogers on the 4th hole, Dave Gray on the 6th and Colin Houghton won the 7th.
Above: Tuross Head stableford winner Greg Smith with event sponsor David Schmid. Photo Paul Pereira