In a small but elite field of 32, Trevor McCormick won the 18 holes on AFL grand final day.
Just like the Tigers, Macca was in cruise control all day and barely did a thing wrong to score 37 to win the club trophy.
Unlike the Crows, Rodney Miller came charging home to claim the runners-up trophy with 35 thanks to a great back nine.
The in-form George Newlands was again prominent also on 35, edging out Peter Coombs by countback who also had 35.
Clayton Flynn and Stephen Farquhar returned 34 apiece while Eric Annandale rounded out the vouchers with 33.
Five ladies played and Rhonda Annandale was the victor with 33; and still holding onto bragging rights over husband Eric.
No. 4 Rusty Miller and Nancy Lynn;
No. 6 Jim Moyses;
No. 7 George Old;
No. 14 George Old;
No. 15 Terry Reeves;
No. 18 George Newlands.
TUESDAY LEISURE DAY
ON Tuesday a good field of 36 players took to the course with impressive scoring from the winner.
John Wray shot a one over par round of 73 to score 43 points.
John left his fellow competitors in his dust, with the in-form Alan Kent claiming second with 35.
Ken Smallwood and Garry Beard had 34, Geoff Lee, Kim Metcalfe and Jim Moyses all had 33.
The best vet on the day went to Steven Ireland with 34 points.
THE weather was finally nice for Thursday scroungers and a good roll out of 43 golfers showed up.
Ray McGill had 18 points to win the day from Jim Moyses also on 18.
Hugh Annandale and Tony Barker-May both had 17, followed by Terry Massara, Graeme Jackson and Mick Pokrywka all on 16.
Graeme Jackson won the gross with 39 off-the-stick.
NEXT WEEK’S EVENTS:
Eighteen-hole stableford for Banks, Pokrywka, Clark, Annandale trophy;
Tuesday leisure day;