The Yenda Golf Club payed a stableford round last Sunday in cold conditions.
The golf warmed some players up but also left some out in it.
Peter Sinca was the hottest of the players, scoring an impressive 41 points.
Sinca shot 22 on the front nine and 19 on the back, scoring four-point holes on the par-four 7th and par-five 13th on the way.
Runner-up was Dolf Murwood, scoring 18/20 for 38 points.
Third was Denis Murphy, who scored 21/16, including a four-point hole on the par-four 7th for 37 points.
The ProPin went to Prue Watson with Renzo Surian shooting straight to win both the nearest the pins.
Other four-point holes were scored by Charles Manning on the par-five 15th, Geoff Vearing on the par-four 2nd, and Bob Berton on the par-four 10th.
Ball prizes went down to 34 points.
There were also two games completed in the Curran Shield matchplay competition last Sunday, with Prue Watson and Chris Close playing Charles Manning and Darren Hardwick in the first one.
At the end of the first nine Watson and Close were only one up.
However, they extended their lead on the back nine to win the game five up with four to play.
The other match was a lot closer.
Neil Pope and Dolf Murwood took on Marg and Geoff Vearing.
Pope and Murwood won the first hole and then lost the next three, getting two back on the 5th and 6th.
The Vearings came back again, winning the 8th and 9th holes to be two up after the first nine.
Pope and Murwood won the 10th and by the 17th had squared the match, leaving it up to the last hole to decide a winner.
Pope parred the hole with Geoff Vearing just missing a monster putt in an effort to square the hole.
Pope and Murwood won the match on the last hole.
The other two matches in this round need to be completed on or before next Sunday.
The Yenda Vets played their single stableford last Tuesday, with Geoff Vearing wining the day.
He scored 22/21 for 43 points, including a four-pointer on the par-four 17th.
Jake Carter was runner-up with 24/17 for 41 points.
Don Galloway also scored a handicap birdie, doing so on the par-three 4th.
Lidio Bisa won the nearest the pin with ball prizes going down to 33 points.
The Yenda Vets tee off every Tuesday at 8.30am and visitors are always welcome.
Next Sunday the Yenda Golf Club will play its monthly medal for June with Peter Noon and Garry Signor looking after the books.
This is not a club championship round.
Social golfers are encouraged to come and play at the Yenda golf course again, with the greens starting to return to pre-flood conditions, thanks to the efforts of a dedicated group of members.
Please put green fees down the chute at the clubhouse and take a sand bucket to repair divots.