In an Easter tradition, a field of 53 competed for the Captains Trophy with 'the Doc' Jan VanVollenstee winning to take the chocolates.
Jan who hits a long ball, had the all round game going nicely to score 38.
Kalev Kutt took second place, also scoring 38 and Zac Faries took out the third place trophy with 36.
Phil Warburton, Trevor Graham and Mun Lye all had 36 as well, but had to settle for vouchers; followed by Alan Kent on 34, Brett Smith, Steve Ireland, Graham Williams, Kim Metcalfe and Roger Hunter all on 33.
The bunny on the day went to Neil Motion who tried hard. On the other end of the spectrum Lesley Motion showed her husband how to play by winning the ladies with 35.
Bev Moyses held on for the second place trophy with 30, edging out Rhonda Annandale and Angela Ireland in a countback. Novelties: No.4 Bruce Jackson, Vicki Graham, No.6 Stumpy, No.7 Shanks, No.9 Shanks, No.14 Trevor Graham, No.15 Phil Eldridge, No.18 Alan Kent.
On Tuesday 41 players played for the Bunbury Trophy. A group of visitors from Bunbury came down to challenge the locals with mixed results.
Bill Hammond enjoying the school holidays made the most of his chance to play a Tuesday winning the carton on offer with an impressive 38.
Jay Robinson and visitor Guy Asser were unlucky, also on 38 but the countback did not work in their favour.
Ross Davidson had 37, Ian Stewart 36, Barry McGill, Charlie Serravite, Colin Giblett all had 34, Peter Coombs, Mick Pokrywka and Ray Cooper all had 33. The best vet on the day went to Doug Crowe with 37.
Thursday scroungers attracted a good field and the red hot Michael Jack won.
Coming off a win at Country vets in Manjimup on Wednesday, Mick followed up with 23 to be clear winner.
Graham Williams produced a fine 21, including an Eagle on the par 4 8th hole.
Jim Moyses and Alan Kent both had 20, followed by Graeme Jackson on 19, Trevor Graham, Jay Robinson and Ray Cooper all on 18.
Jackson got the double taking out gross honours as well with 39.
Up-coming: Today, Diggers Day 18-hole s/ford (J+B Wray); Sat, 18-hole s/ford (CRVMC); Tue, Leisure Day.