Fine weather conditions greeted 28 players to the Penola Golf Course for the IGA Monthly Medal after two weeks of delays.
The score of the day came from David Boyd in the B Grade who finished with a nett 69.
He played a consistent front nine to his handicap and then found his rhythm in the journey home and despite a triple bogey on the 17th, Boyd still ran away with the win.
Following Boyd was John Wilkinson who changed his regular playing partner to finish with a nett 72.
Wilkinson has been playing some consistent golf of late but was again short of words come presentations.
Also a regular winner in the circle was Grant Stephenson who carded a nett 73, slightly ahead of Pete Bullock with a nett 74.
In the A Grade Jock Agnew found a little of his old form, finishing the day with a nett 70.
Just like an energiser bunny he seems to keep going and his putting was on the mark.
Runner-up was Peter Walker with a nett 71 which is proving age is no barrier to scoring on the course.
Lindsay Storer and Chris Holden both had a nett 72 and a countback was neede with Storer just getting over the line.
The C Grade was the closest contest with three players all finishing with a nett 71.
Mark Edwards has been hitting the ball cleanly in the last few weeks.
He won the countback even with a disastrous first hole which started with him hitting a ball out of bounds, followed by a grubber that did not make even the end of the tee blocks to finish the hole with a nine.
The runner-up was Ian Hollick, back for a hot summer night ahead of the usual monthly medal specialist. Allen Meyer, with the new fat boy owner, Dean Moore, making up fourth with a nett 72.
Bullock had a solid day out winning the nearest the pin on both the seventh and 16th with Grant Stephenson taking home the prize on the ninth.
The best third on the 14th was won by sponsor, Shane McFlanders but he generously gave it up to Lindsay Storer who also landed on.
The long drive winners were Jock Agnew in the A Grade while the B and C Grade winners were Brad and Ant Mathys.
The prized chocolate was stolen by Andrew Hutchesson who was last in and the only player to crack into the 80s, something the proteas would have been proud of.
The putting competition went to Allen Meyer who beat home four other players who also had 27 putts for the day.
Full results here.