Spring arrived this week and so did the sunshine as the temperature gauge got up to the 20 degree mark for the first time in many months.
Saturday was a shot gun start with the finals of the footy golf event being played, followed by a lovely roast lunch with everyone finishing around the same time.
A field of 76 attended for a game of single stableford with Bob Gough having a real day out with a winning score of 42 points playing off his handicap of 17 to take out the B grade event some six points to the better of Peter Fedorenko in second place.
Kevan McMillan played right to his handicap of 10 to win the A grade event with a score of 36 points, two points clear of Gus McKillop and Grant McLure whoe shared the runners up prize.
Mark Cousin won the C grade event with a score of 40 points on a count back from Malcolm Hirt.
Craig Cousin had the two nearest the pins on the 14th and 16th holes and to make it a real family affair, father Barrie Cousin scored a down the line with a score of 34 points, which was exactly the score required for all down the lines.
Conditions proved to be quite tough and a real test on Saturday with just the seven golfers or 11 per cent of the field playing to their handicap or better.
A field of some 37 players lined up for Thursday’s competition which was played in fine and dry conditions.
Rick Falcone had a nice day out by taking out victory for the A grade event with a score of 39 points playing off his handicap of 14, just the two points clear of Peter Scott