Golfers played for the postponed March monthly medals sponsored by Henry's Plant Hire and Equipment with the A grade gold medal play off between Damien Marjoram (2) and Paul Bosman (9) fighting it out for the elusive gold medal.
Marjoram continue his golden run which has seen him win the club championship title and edged out Bosman with a 72 nett.
The Medals in all grades were decided with the best nett score of the day coming out of C grade.
Young Blake Goldspink (21) returned a brilliant 63 nett and it wasn't surprising to see him make his way into B grade.
The big hitting Goldspink has all the attributes to go along way in the game and it won't take him long to make it into A grade.
Runner up was Ken Durie (28) on 74 nett and the best scratch score out of C grade was Ray Thompson (23) on 101.
The A grade voucher and medal went to Anthony Oldfield with a score of 69 nett.
Runner up was John Bird one shot back on 70 nett and the best scratch score went to Harry Bender with a 72.
Jason Murray (16) was best in B grade with a score of 67 nett with Brad Gordon (13) runner up on 70 nett and the best scratch score belonged to Kobe Hunter with 82.
The big news in the nearest to the pins was that the Pro Pin on the fourth was won with Greg Jackson hitting his shot within 90cm from the hole earning him a prize of $250.
Vouchers went to Brian Bourke, Steve Hall, Damien Marjoram, Ian Downey, Anthony Boza, Kyle Egan, Justin McCann and Frank Mantle.
A two person ambrose was held on Easter Monday with the winning team being Max McCann and Michael Saville with a score of 62 nett.
Runners up were John Bird and Paul Stewart 64 nett. Voucher winners were Harry Bender and Damien Marjoram, Blake Goldspink and Mitchell Wallace and Wayne Morris and John Griffiths.
Nearest the pin awards went to Dave Thompson and Corey Oldfield.
Wednesday nine hole competition (7/4):
Winner was Ross King on 19 points ocb.
Runner up was Tom Jennings and third place to Paul Bailey on 18.
Vouchers went to Ross Harrington, Craig Pugsley, Tallan Egan, Ken Mitchell, Trevor Cameron and Jeff Geddes.
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