Ideal golfing conditions was the key for some exceptional scores that came from the stableford round at Penola Golf Course on Saturday.
It was a two horse race for the A Grade with Greg Hutchesson winning on countback with 43 points and a 76 off the stick.
His game was on from the start with long straight drives rarely missing fairways and pinpoint accurate approach shots hitting greens regularly.
Hutchesson had a little trouble on the sixth, losing his ball in the sand after another drive carried through the fairway.
After much searching he made the long walk back to the tee and was rewarded by managing to score a point.
On the 17th he landed his second shot on and calmly knocked in the three metre putt to clean out the eagles nest.
Lindsay Storer also had a day out with 43 points and was square with the card playing the last hole, which unfortunately he double bogeyed for a 74 off the stick.
His front nine got the ball rolling with 23 points starting the day with a birdie.
He was travelling well on the back nine also till the last hole where perhaps he may have been a little bit pleased with how his card was going.
In third place was Leo Price with 40 points which in recent weeks would have been enough for the win.
He also played some terrific golf and was consistent in scoring.
The final place went to Jeremy Briggs with a lazy 36 points.
The B Grade winner was Curt Evans whose card was of two completely different nines.
He scratched around the front nine with three wipes and scoring only 14 points.
After the break of a hot dog and Gatorade he came out firing with a 42 off the stick and a massive 24 points.
The handicapper may have to look long and hard at his future rounds with consistent play starting to reward him.
A countback was needed for the runner-up spot which went to the Nangwarry south player in John Wilkinson over Terry Devlin both with 36 points.
Brad Mathys found some of his past form for 35 points.
The nearest the pin winners were Nathan Williams on the seventh, Terry Devlin on the ninth and Pete Bullock on the 16th.
Grant Stephenson had the best 3rd on the 14th for an easy tap in birdie.
The prized chocolates went to David Boyd who could do nothing like last week when he came home with the top prize, proving a week is a long time in golf.
Next week will be the local heroes IGA Monthly Medal and with hot temperatures forecast an early tee off may be on the cards.
Players please notify captain if you would like to tee off early.
Full results to be found here.