Greg Hutchesson was in hot form as he hit a personal best of 75 off the stick to win the Pinkerton Palm Hamlyn and Steen (PPH&S) monthly medal at the Penola Golf Club on Saturday.
His nett score of 64 was clearly round of the day as he headed the 30 strong field.
After the event was called off the week before due to a torrential downpour, the weather gods were much kinder as a glorious sunny day greeted the players.
Hutchesson took full advantage of the conditions and altered winter layour, as he hit seven pars on the front nine to ensure the half time hotdog with the lot tasted pretty good.
It must have done the job as he continued to score well, having six pars and a birdie on the 12th.
It was a great display of golf as Hutchesson hardly put a foot wrong all day to claim the A grade prize.
He also collected the nearest the pin on the ninth to add to his prize haul.
John Mossop enjoyed a great return to the course following his intensive Queensland training camp.
He fired 76 off the stick for nett 67 including 37 on the back nine.
He accumulated 12 pars and a birdie during his round, and could think himself a little unlucky not to take home the prize.
He did win the A grade longest drive to ensure he didn't go home empty handed.
Chris Holden finished third with a steady nett 72.
He did his best work on the front nine where he had six pars.
Leo Price finished fourth with nett 74.
In the B Grade, Grant Stephenson had the round of the day with a solid nett 69.
Having spent a lot of time working on his putting during the week, he was pleased with his performance as he only had 28 putts.
Stephenson had 10 pars as he consistently scored well throughout the day.
There was a three-way tie for runner up on nett 72, with a countback needed to separate the players.
Paul Harmer had the better back nine to clinch second spot.
After starting slowly, he finished well to have five pars and a birdie, all of these coming in the final 10 holes.
Peter Lunnay finished third after a steady effort that included eight pars, including a run of six in a row from the fifth hole.
Bill Cheers rounded out the placings with his nett 72.
He had two birdies on the front nine, keeping his score down.
In the C Grade, new member Curt Evans continues to flourish and take advantage of his high handicap.
The handicapper will be keeping a watchful eye as his score of nett 67 demonstrated his potential.
A good run of consistent golf on the back nine, including the longest drive on the 15th - which sailed 50 meters past the A Grade winner - finished off a good day.
He also walked away with the nearest the pin on the seventh.
Dean Moore survived a three-way countback for runner-up with his score of nett 73.
He had six pars in amongst a few blow outs in another "Mooresque" performance.
The nearest the pin on the 16th headlined his highlight reel.
Trent Nankivell finished third after a slow start.
He performed best on the par threes where he parred half of them.
Matt Stephenson had an interesting day with two contrasting nines.
He had 24 points on the front nine with four pars and a bogey.
However, he only had half the amount of points on the back nine as his putter lost its range.
Other winners on the day were Peter Walker with the best second to the 11th and Nathan Williams demonstrated why he is one of the club's best putters with 25 putts to take out that prize.
PPH&S representative Michael Palm was the the presentations to present the great prizes on offer.
John Foggo won the chocolates, clearly not playing much golf while visiting the Vatican.
Full results here.