Chris 'Rock' Hadson was the main man during Thursday's individual stableford event, his 43 points picked the top prize in A grade over the ageless Robert Payne and Paul Oxley who both had 39 points.
Reece Hodson was once again on fire shooting 4 under par to win the scratch.
A tie at the top of B grade resulted after Martyn Salmon and the vivacious Cameron Bull both returned 41 points. In the end the salmon triumphed over the bull on a countback.
Visitor Steve Thomas was third after a nice 39 points with the scratch has going to our Club treasurer Steve Darlington on 22 points.
The ladies were headed by the stylish Carole McDiarmid (38) who won ahead of Sarah Thompson (37) and Janet Coles (35).
Bull was all action with Rob Kovac in firing 77 points in the 2BBB for a shot margin over Horst Hesse and Dean Fidirikkos.
Darryn Bruce and David Lilly grabbed the scratch honours with 56 points.
Peter Brien was back to his best thanks to 41 points to win Saturday's A grade title.
The super long Matt Barrett (38) and Darren Small (37) rounded out the minor placings while first place in the scratch went to Reece Hodson with a solid one under par round.
Young Thomas Large was the B grade winner after a fine 37 points enabled him to outlast Owen Moss on a countback.
Rob Kovac was once again in the money with 35 points for third and the scratch went the way of Marty Meredith on 25 points.
Thirty nine points was the magic number recorded by Geoff Coleman and Nathan Burke in the C grade race. In the end Coleman was victorious on a countback.
Adam Hart is relishing his golf of late as shown by his 38 points to finish the day in third place.
Seventeen points was good enough for Andrew Short to win the scratch.
A beautiful 38 points left Toni Pender at the top of the ladies leaderboard.
Gabby Volk and Jane Mitchell both had 36 points to secure a place on the podium.
Sunday's Legacy was washed out and has been rescheduled for Sunday 23rd of February.