Greg Moyle was back to his very best form in last Saturday's 18-hole stableford event, sponsored by Collie Salvage and Hardware.
"Noddy" amassed 46 stableford points, convincingly winning the event by six shots and attributing his fine display to his Ben Ross putter in no small part.
In the runner-up position, also making a welcome return to form, was Colin Naysmith, returning the great score of 40 stableford points.
The consistent Colin Giblett took third place with another polished display, finishing the day with 38 points.
Just behind the leading division, each on 37 points, were Roger Hunter, Brad Swan and Clive Pullan, followed by Jan Van Vollenstee, Alan Kent, Regan Old and Ian Annandale, each returning a score of 36 points.
Rounding out the vouchers, on 35 points apiece, were Dean Rakich, Peter Wutchak and Clayton Flynn.
The ladies stableford was won by president Lesley Motion with 32 points, from Vicki Graham, on 31 points, in the runner-up position.
Special mention to Ken Tate for taking out the pink shovel award with his 22 points.
Novelty winners on the day:
NTP - Warren Hann (4), Deb Van Vollenstee (4), Brad Swan (7) and Mark McCormick (14)
LFP - Colin Giblett (6), Hugh Annandale (9) and Jay Robinson (18)
No.15 LD - Regan Old
Bruce Jackson and Phil Warburton were in fine form in last Thursday's nine-hole scroungers competition.
Both players returned the good score of 21 stableford points with Jacko taking first place and relegating Warby to the runner-up position on a spin.
Ed Riley was in third place with his return of 20 points, followed by Brad Swan, Colin Naysmith and George Dorozenko, each on 19 points.
Peter Coombs and Tony Barker-May completed the vouchers with their 18 points return.
Novelties went to Peter Ellery (4), Brad Swan (6) and Graham Williams (9).
Lesley Motion received a voucher for her return of 19 points.
Graham Williams won last Tuesday's leisure day competition.
His score of 40 stableford points was one better than Narrogin's Rod Hayes who finished runner-up with 39 points.
Trevor McCormick won the day's best vet award with his score of 36 points, followed by John Michalak, Joel Simmonds, Doug Crowe, Roger Hunter and Darren O'Brien, each on 35 points.
Chris Stewart, Pat Coll and Jim Moyses completed the vouchers with 34 points respectively.
Novelty winners were John Michalak (4), Charlie Buemi (7), Mun Lye (9), Jim Larsen (14) and Peter Coombs (18).
This Saturday's event is an 18-hole par, sponsored by Bankwest; followed by the Stoney Creek event on Sunday commencing at 10am with a shotgun start.
Nine-hole scroungers today (Thursday) with leisure day next Tuesday.