CEFN Cribwr professional DG Hopkins last week proved form is temporary class is permanent in pulling off a win in a Senior Section Stableford event at the Lakeside club in Margam.
In one of the biggest victories of his illustrious golfing career, he put butter on a toasty card via eight pars, resulting in an anything but jammy 38 points.
And while the club handicapper was no doubt alerted to his sizzling form, for the moment anyway Hopkins was basking in 15 minutes of fame.
Runner-up David Brown painted a colourful 36 points on his card, and Baglan greens expert Andrew Colquhoun matched the score with a two on hole eight and six pars.
Ideal scoring conditions out on the Llwyd Joseph ultimate golfing experience led to big gun Nicky Walters firing 34 points to finish one in front of Wyn Richards and Bob Thomas.
Top cricket umpire Peter Watkins delivered 32 points along with Brian Channell while Derek Pitt and Peter Wooster entered Uncle Tom’s Cabin on 31 points.
However, last Saturday, big gun Nicky Walters shot 33 points in a Stableford event to fire a return to form with a bang.
Despite blobbing the 13th hole, he entered eight pars on a winning card but only just sustained the challenge of fast-finishing Bob Thomas by two points.
Though Thomas seemed to be running out of puff, he went like a steam train towards the end and whistled in a birdie putt on the home hole.
Ian Barnard got a two on the eighth hole; further birdie on the next hole and eight pars, but four no-returns led to him coming up short on 31 points.
Andrew Colquhoun came fourth on 29 points while a further point back came Dave Brown and George Kinsey.
Top golf instructor Idris Jones also entered a two on his card via a birdie on the 14th only to come up short on 27 points.