With the show in full swing a dedicated bunch of golfers headed to the course for the Prince of Wales Monthly Medal.
After a week of intensive golfing Peter Walker continues to find ways of claiming the top prize for the A Grade and his score of 84 off the stick for a nett 72 was enough to win on countback over the club champion, Jock Agnew.
Walker used his kowledge of the greens to have only 26 putts which helped keep his scoring to a minimum and also take out the puting competition.
He parred wight holes for the day, with two double bogeys and a three putt his only hiccup.
Runner-up was Agnew who played his usual calculated game to also have a nett 72 after firing a 76 off the beater.
He had a purple patch just before the half time hotdog with birdies on the eight and ninth holes getting him back to square on the card.
Again he showed how to keep his cool with his playing partners imploding around him and just adding a little fuel to the fires to ensure they didn't get back in the game.
The B Grade was won by John Wilkinson who also had a week swanning around the courses to have a 91-19-72 to win by one shot over Steven Skeer who also shot a 91 but his 18 handicap being the difference between victory.
The C Grade needed a countback also to determine the winner with Horrie Foggo beating Trent Nankivell, with both having nett 76.
Foggo's back nine was just a little better which got him over the line.
Jason Jackson made a welcome return after recovering from apotentially career ending kneww injury to take out third with a nett 77.
Long drive winners were Leo Price, Wilkinson and Trent Nankivell winning ABC grade respectively.
And the nearest the pin winners were Steven Skeer on the ninth and Agnew winning the seventh and 13th.
The Prince of Wales Tim "Turtle" made an appearance for presentations and awarded a special NAGA prize of a colouring pack whoch could be used to pass the time instead of golf.
This went to Brad Mathys who is still finding his swing after a lengthy period away from the course.