With the grass growing season on us the Lithgow Golf Club course is looking a picture and with the beautiful weather experienced a good field enjoyed a stableford event.
The best score of the day came out of B grade with the talented Peter Hall playing off a handicap of 10 hitting good form to amass a score of 41 points.
Runner up to Hall was long term member and new treasurer of the club Rob Ritchie on 39 points.
Best B grade scratch score went to young Tallan Egan who after a slow start blitzed the back nine for a score of 83.
Winner of A grade, was six marker Max Nightingale who showed his experience by amassing a score of 39 points.
Runner up was Justin McCann with 38 points and the best scratch score went to Damien Marjoram with a 74.
Brian Giblett continues to dominate C grade and was again the winner with 39 points.
The other two voucher winners were two of the club's good young juniors in runner up Nathan Marshall on 37 points and the best scratch score belonged to Mitchell Wallace on 100.
Vouchers went down to those with 33 points and better and they were Brad Gordon, Ian Downey, Brian Bourke, Michael Saville, Mark Willmott, Justin Nelson, Greg Guest, Blake Bender, David Warren, Michael Hunter, Don Farnsworth, Graham Dean, Andrew Burton, Darren Hunter, Harry Bender, Mark Seckold, John Chadwick and Ross Harrington.
Nearest to the pins went to Jeff Geddes, Blake Bender, Brandon Lloyd, Ryan Miller and Dave Warren.
Next Saturday's event will be a two person best ball.
Monday of last week's long weekend attracted an excellent field for a two person ambrose.
Scores were very close with the winners being Corey Oldfield and Anthony Oldfield on 60.75 nett.
Runners up were the Bender brothers Harry and Nick on 64 nett.
Vouchers went down to those with 66.25 nett and better and they were Jeff Geddes and John Bird, Justin Nelson and Jason Murray, Ross Harrington and Geoff Wheeler, Ross King and Chris Goodsell and Brock and Tallan Egan.
Nearest to the pins were Nick Bender and Corey Oldfield.
The winner of the Wednesday, October 7 nine hole competition was Brian Judge with 26 points.
Runner up went to Warren Kennedy on 23 points and third was Geoff Houlison on 22 ocb.
Vouchers went down to those with 19 points ocb and they were Laurie Northey, Ken Durie, Anthony Oldfield, Richard Mara, Tom Jennings, Mark Seckold, Brian Giblett, Luke Sheppeard and Craig Pugsley.
Nearest to the pins were Don Farnsworth and Gary Walker.
The winner of the Friday, October 9 nine hole competition was Mitchell Luka on 23 points.
Runner up went to Nick Bender on 22 points ocb.
Vouchers went down to those with 19 points ocb and better and they were Brian Giblett, Mark Seckold, Tod Walsh, Michael Casey and Max Nightingale.
Nearest to the pins were Nick Bender and Jo-Anne Cornwell.