Even though the course could do with some rain it has to be the best around, with brilliant weather what else is needed?
On Friday the women played their competition with the winner being Janice Surtees, ball winners Debbie Stewart, Noelene Nelson, Ruth Woodward, Jan Baker, Joy White, Jeanette Meanwell. Nearest the pin winner Judy Pereira, and the best 45 marker Gloria Burden.
On Wednesday the veterans played their annual open day. The overall winner was K Cross 42 points, A grade winner Peter Budden 40 points, runner up Ross Townsend 38, third P Dawson 38, B grade winner J Thompson 41, runner up G Grayson 37c/b, third Ces Pedron 37, c grade K Cross 42 runner up Alex Kees 41 c/b, Phil Hanlen 41.
NTP on the third and 12 AB Perry, B, C Adamson, C, K Cross, NTP seventh and 16th A, P Dawson, B, A Johnson, C, J Clarke. Straight drive A, C Kerr, B, C Pedron, J Reynolds. The long drive winner was Peter Budden.
The Thursday chook run winner was the nine hole specialist Mark Fotheringham 23 points, runner up chef extraordinaire Wes Neil 21 c/b, third place went to Ken Squires 21 c/b, the sharp shooters winning the NTP on the third Mark Fotheringham on the seventh Larry Thompson.
Saturday was a two player, multiplyer Stableford with a singles event in conjunction.
There was a wide range of scores with the winners Josh Meldrum and Keegan Jobson with a score of 91 points, runners-up were Tony Lattimore and John Aldous 81c/b.
The singles event with the trophy donated by David Blair was won by Steve Hatchwell 41 points, the NTP winners were on the first and 10th Wingham Plaza Butcher Ben Heywood.
Third and 12th Glenn Porter, fourth and 13th All about Conveyancing John Keen, seventh and 16th Bayview Seafood Brian Roberts ninth and 18th Bent on Food Dennis Remedio and the shot of the week donated by Caddy's restaurant, Dennis Remedio.
Ball winners P Hanlen, P Shepherd, B Brown, D Remedio, R Abbott, T Abbott, J Turner, T Harris, E Braham, M Brislane, J Broadbent, D Broadbent, S Gilfillan, M Vilayrack, Reid Brown, J Weeks.
Next week will be an 18 hole stroke and on October 5 will be the Red Cross four player Ambrose. The handicap will be the sum of three holes picked.