Tuesday veterans On December 4, the veterans took to the old course for a stableford round, which was contested by 58 players.
Barry Gook took out A-grade with 40 points, not far behind was runner-up Don Jackson scoring 38 points.
B-grade was won by Lindsay Fenner on a countback with 37 points, Trevor Sutton the runnerup.
Golfer of the year points: four points to Barry Gook, three to Don Jackson, two to Lindsay Fenner and one point to Chris Forster.
Nearest the pins were won by Ray Wallace the eighth and the 17th, and Doug Pocknee the 12th.
Balls down the line went to 34 points.
Wednesday women The women played stroke on the west course on December 5.
Kerri Wilkie continued with her winning streak to take out A-grade scoring 69 nett. Helen Adkins won the B-grade with her 74 nett.
Nearest the pins were won by Heather Miller on the fifth and Jenny Hindson her second shot to the eighth green.
Balls down the line: three to 73 nett, two to 77 nett and one ball to 79 nett.
Wednesday veterans The veterans played a ninehole stroke event on Wednesday.
With a nett 36, Graeme Landy again won the supervets. Max Harrison and Peter Spalding won a ball with the count going to 38 nett.
Spalding also won nearest the pin. Giulianas prize went to Paul Lowden.
Thursday On Thursday the men and women took to the old course for a par event.
Great scores were recorded, with Frank Messner winning A-grade on a countback with 4-up. Both players scoring 8-up were Dennis Staff and Michael Milovitch. Staff won the countback to win B-grade.
Twenty-four out of the 78 men who played on Thursday played to their handicap or better.
Nearest the pins: Bill McMaster, Andy Wallace, Kevin Dunn Jnr and Jeff Lancaster.
Balls down the line: four balls to 6-up, three balls to 3-up, two to 2-up, and one ball to 1-up, indicative of the good golf played.
The women’s winner was Jan Curran with 2-down. Bev Willis was nearest the pin on the 17th.
Saturday Saturday was men’s stroke/ monthly medal and the women’s stroke on the old course.
For some golfers they say ‘‘golf is a good walk spoilt by golf”’, for others it is a ‘‘great day of golf when you come in with a nett 66, winning the monthly medal and the B-grade nett.’’ Congratulations to Ashleigh Teagle.
A-grade nett winner was Paul Ryan scoring 70. A-grade scratch winner was Chris Tomlinson with 71.
Scratch winner for B-grade was Mark Jaensch with 94, no longer the bridesmaid.
Nearest the pins were won by Paul Ryan, Mark Jaensch, Graham Kerr and the eighth money hole, won by Maxine Sadler.
Balls down the line: four to 68 nett, three to 74, two to 75 and one ball to 76 nett.
The women’s winner was Rowena Wallace, handicap of six winning with 74 nett.
Nearest the pin on the 17th was Jan Curran. Balls went to 79 nett.
Sunday Sunday’s medley stableford was played on the west course. There was a smaller field but Paul Wisneiwski was in the winners circle with 36 stableford points.
Three balls went to 33 points, two balls to 32 and one ball to 31 points.
Sunday slomen The Sunday slomen nine-hole event was sponsored by Santa.
Ryan Medcraft was the A-grade winner with 35 nett, runner-up was Peter Barrie. B-grade winner was Ron Connor, runner-up P. Bonderenk.
Santa gave all players a ball for their effort.
Ryan Medcraft and Norm Elliott both won nearest the pins. Justin Munro showed his muscles winning the longest drive.
The NAGA went to Ryan McDiarmid.
The event was followed by a Christmas big breakfast and prize presentations. Slomen will now enjoy the festive season with a break returning to play competition on January 13.