Tuross Head Country Club men golfers competed for the single stroke monthly medal round on Saturday.
The competition is held over three divisions and Ben Hewison was the winner of the A grade section with a net score of 71 strokes.
Well known Tuross Head golfer Brad Doolan filled second place with 72 strokes and Shannon Monopoli was third with with 73.
Steven O'Shea was the best of the B grade players with a net 72 with Frank Pomfret and Russell Taylor filling the minor placings on a countback.
C grade was won by Michael Elfar with 71 net ahead of Ian Kingston 72 and Michael Allen 73 strokes.
Colin Houghton had the lowest off the stick score of 75.
Shannon Monopoli won the Golden Shot award on the second hole with 2.85m.
Nearest the pins were won by A grade player Ben Hewison on the 4th hole with 6.47m.
Shannon Monopoli won the 6th with 2.93m and
Brad Doolan the 7th with 2.58m.
John Phyland was the closest of the B grade golfers with 2.63m on the 4th hole.
Bruce Cleeve was best on the 6th with 2.72m and
Tony Brown was best on the 7th with 4.04m.
C grade layer Peter Johnston won the 4th hole with 2.10 and
Paul Pereira was closest on the 6th with 3.47m.
The coming Saturday round is the Scoty single stableford round.
Thursday's medley stableford competition was won by Colin Houghton with a score of 40 points ahead of Jim Madden and Darrell Kidney both on 37.
Tim Watson's score of 36 saw him take out the remaining spot.
Nearest the pins were won by Tim Watson on the 4th holed, Steve Johnston won the 6th and
Bruce Lidbury the 7th.
Above: Tuross Head monthly A grade medal winner Ben Hewison with men's golf club president Andrew Gordon.