The Penola Golf Club saw David Murray return from vintage with an impressive performance, taking out the A grade in the Youngs the Mans Shop Monthly Medal on Saturday.
Sporting facial growth not dissimilar to a recent former club champion, Murray came home with the wind to cruise to victory.
After struggling early, "Stump" played the last 12 holes at two over par, he was particularly good on the back nine where he had three pars and two birdies to have only 38 off the stick.
He finished with round of the day with nett 71, one shot clear of his nearest rival.
A healthy field of 28 players took on the course in warm May conditions, however, a blustery breeze ensured that it wasn't too easy to master the course.
Runner up in the A grade was the ever reliable Peter Walker, who had a stock standard nett 72, having more trouble with the long par five holes in his old age as he had an eight and a seven on two of them.
As per usual the pars were flowing, he had seven of them and three incredible birdies in his round.
He could of added to this tally after getting the nearest the pin on the 13th, but missed the crucial putt.
Jim Cameron finished in the top four for the first time in a long time after carding a nett 73, a back nine of 38 helped as he hit five pars and birdie on this nine.
In the B grade, David Strutter was the victor after a solid nett 73 coming off a 12 up win on Thursday against Stephenson, he was confident about his chances.
Remaining consistent all day and despite having two pars, Strutter was able to minimise the damage and keep in front.
Runner-up was "Blue" Kuhl with nett 74. Back-to-back snowmen on the front nine caused some havoc, but he recovered with a birdie on the tough sixth hole, as well as three pars.
Shane McPherson finished fourth on countback also with nett 74, being much more consistent and showing glimpses all day of what he could produce, particularly with his two pars.
Tony Gleeson finished fourth after dominating the par threes and having pockets of brilliance throughout the match including a great birdie on the 12th after going via the 16th.
In the C grade, Dean Moore survived a sore back to win the event with a nett 73.
No one understands how he hangs onto that handicap after winning for so many weeks, having three pars along the way and despite trying to throw it away on the 17th and 18th, he hung on.
John Foggo won the socks for runner-up with nett 74, narrowly pipping Bevan Phillips on countback. He was much better on the back nine, having two pars and a sizzling longest drive as well.
New member, Sam Hill, finished fourth with nett 77, squeezing in two pars and as he becomes more familiar with the course and strategy, he will start to reap the rewards.
Other prizes went to Lindsay Storer on the 9th for nearest the pin and long drives to Don Ferguson and David Boyd.
The chocolates went to Paul Harmer, who, after having 41 putts, was the most deserved winner.
Next week will see a par wound with Dean Moore as the starter.
Full results to be found here.