THERE were mind-blowing scores and even a hole-in-one at the Bathurst Golf Club's individual stableford last Thursday.
A strong field of 205 players took to the course and in A grade it was Wayne Morgan who finished on top of the leaderboard.
Morgan shot an incredible 45 points to nudge out Mathew Loxley on a countback after he also carded 45, while David Hitchick placed third on 42 points. The scratch winner was Matthew Phillips on 40 points.
B grade winner Paul Cregan shot the lights out of it with a brilliant 46 points.
Second place went to Jarrod Kelly on 46 points, with the in-form Adam Batchelor third on 45. The scratch winner in B grade was Scott Bennett.
In the battle for the women's honours it was young gun Maiv Dorman who was the winner with 41 points.
While Lousea Johnston also carded 41 points and narrowly missed out on first place after a countback, she still had plenty to celebrate with an amazing hole-in-one on the eighth. Third place belonged to Diane Hope on 40 points.
On Saturday 163 players turned out to compete in January's monthly medal rounds.
In A grade it was Julian Curran who won with a score of 68, narrowly nudging out young gun William Johnston (69), with fitness guru Philip Campbell in third with 70.
The scratch winner was fan favourite Ryan Sparke (72).
In B grade it was Cameron Richards who finished on top with his round of 66. He was followed by Terry Lewis and Ross Cowdroy. The scratch winner was Ben Wilkins with 90.
In the women's competition it was Gabrielle Volk who claimed the spoils thanks to her round of 80.
On Sunday the club staged a mixed competition and it was Luke Single who emerged victorious on 39 points. He beat out Thomas Druit on a countback after he also had 39 points, while third went to Domonic Di Campli from Queanbeyan.
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