The 27 Hole Mixed Foursomes Championship was played at the Griffith Golf Club last Sunday and the extreme weather saw only six pairs venturing out.
Liz Graham and Martin Sweeney were runaway winners, with a scratch score of 124.
Runners-up were Bruna and Anthony Ross 146.
Lyn Hedditch and Dick Thompson, 111 nett, won handicap from Kathy and Allan King, 117 1/4 nett.
Congratulations to the players who braved the tough conditions.
There was a single stableford in conjunction in one grade won by Shane Gaffey 35 points on a countback over Sim Tuitivake 35 points.
Mick Catanzariti won the 7th pin, Adrian Smith the 11th. Vouchers to 32 points.
The July monthly medal day was held last Saturday.
A single stroke, sponsored by the Frank Ellis Diamond Jewellers, was contested with the winners in each grade receiving a pewter mug.
Travis Payne fired 78 off the stick, draining a birdie on the 8th. carding 70 nett to win A Grade on a countback over Bryan Trembath, 70 nett. He went around in 76 strokes, nailing a birdie on the 9th.
Other results were Matt Rummings 59 nett, 88 scratch, won B Grade, canning a birdie on the 7th, ahead of Coleambally visitor and WRDGA captain, David Sandquest, 72 nett, on a countback over Grant Semmler.
Club captain John Dalton 71 nett, 92 off the stick, won C Grade ahead of Byron James, 72 nett, 93 scratch.
Garry Hartnett and Steve Matheson won the Pro Pins, Par Threes, 4th, Terry Greedy; 7th, Andrew Noad; 11th, Cody Stokes and 16th Travis Payne. Vouchers to 73 nett.
The veterans played a single stableford last Thursday - the fifth round of the Winter Cup.
John Gale 34 points won -18 Grade ahead of James Browne 32 points on a countback.
Peter Den Houting, 36 points, was best in 19-27 Grade on a countback over Ray Mead 36 points. Lady vet Donna Dossettor, 45 points, showed the vets how it is done in 27-36 Grade from an unlucky Noel Foley 43 points. John Brennick birdied the 4th to take that pin; 8th, Tony McBride; 15th, Geoff Smith.
Vouchers to 34 points on a countback. Noel Foley 112 points leads the Winter Cup, Lindsy Martin, Keith Woodbridge 107, followed by Allan King 106, Mike Hedditch, Len Sexton 105. Thursday's event is again a single stableford - the sixth round of the Winter Cup. Good to see a number of lady vets joining in.
The ladies' Invite a Friend Day was a success, with 12 new ladies turning out. As a result, the ladies will hold these days on the last Sunday of the month, clinic from 11am, followed by three holes of golf for $10. All gear supplied.
A two grade single stableford was played last Wednesday.
James Browne 37 points won 0-18 Grade ahead of Jeff Wiscombe 36 points. Graeme Gifford, 37 points, won 19- 36 Grade, Stephen Lightfoot 35 points second on a countback over Derek Langford. Vouchers to 32 points.