CAMERON Jackson and Richard Lesh managed a holes-in-one, but Tim McKinnon was declared Bathurst's champion golfer of the week after a fine 41 points saw him lead home Thursday's A grade pack.
McKinnon's nearest pursuers were Warwick Beacroft (38) and new director John Fagan (36), while 32 points garnered the scratch for Steve McDonald.
The ever-reliable Jimmy Smail was all class in returning 38 points to snap up B grade honours from Hugh McIntyre (35) and Martin Everett (34) and 18 points saw George Smith walk away with the scratch.
A solid 32 points enabled Wendy Hamer to be crowned the women's champion.
A weary Smail carried Bryan M'Crystal across the threshold to post 44 points for a one-shot win in the 2BBB over Martin Everett and Andre Schuster, Kel Cooke and Kirby Earle were the scratch victor's on 37 points.
Congratulations to Lesh who had a hole-in-one on the 13th. It was his second ace in only a matter of months.
The wild weather once again played havoc with Saturday's field. A brave 10 players hit the links and it was Steve Chaplin who duly saluted with 33 points for a single shot margin over David Mansfield.
Lachlan Coad was the standout performer on Sunday courtesy of a whopping 42 points to hold off his nearest pursuers in Brian Hope and Harley Marshall, who both had 40 points.
Young gun Jackson found the bottom of the cup for a brilliant hole-in-one on the 8th.
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