The men on Saturday participated in the July Monthly Medal event sponsored by Keith Simmons Engineering.
Andrew Miller won the A grade medal with 69 nett. Ray Hargraves won B grade with 74 nett and Brett Scelly was the C grade winner with 68 nett.
The Elite scratch winners were Rick Oliver in A grade with 72 off the stick. Pat Brodbeck was the B grade winner with 86 and Geoff Connelly won C grade with 90 gross.
The Watson Toyota nearest to the pin winners were Rick Oliver (seventh) and Alan Wilder (17th).
The Gavin Marshall sponsor nearest to the pin on the 16th hole was won by Grant Noakes
The Keith Simmons Engineering nearest to the pin winners were Matt Hawker (third) for A grade, Ron Thompson won B grade on the ninth and Brendon McMillan won C grade on the 15th hole.
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The Elegant Timber Shutters and Blinds putting winners were Steve Smith in A grade with 27 putts.
Greg Murray won B grade with 25 putts and Geoff Connelly won C grade with 28 putts.
The Terry Bros Carpet Court secret birdie hole was the second and the winner was Andrew Miller.
Allan Moore won the Ian Page Bricklaying card draw, Des Daley collected the Vinnies Pizza voucher and the ball competition went down to 75 nett.
On Sunday the social club played the Radar Wells Day and Justin Sheather was the winner with 31 nett. In second place was Jake Bourke on 33 nett and Ron Flynn was third on 34 nett.
The Sunday medley was sponsored by Kyle McGovern Electrical and the winner was Steve May with 38 points. Second was Chris Fraser on 36 points.
Andrew Miller and Steve Smith shared the secret birdie hole event when they both secured a birdie three.
The member of the month competition got off to a start last Wednesday and play is in every Stableford event for the month.
To be eligible to win you need to have the best four round Stableford points score total.
You can play as many times as you like in a Stableford.
Next Saturday the event is a single Stableford sponsored by Connelly's Office National and the following Saturday the event will be a two-man ambrose event and the club qualifying for the state event. That event is set to be sponsored by James and Christable French.
Golf professional Bryce Mawhinney announced on Saturday that he will be moving from Young and he would like all players who have balls or credits collected as soon as possible and before Sunday, August 4.
Unclaimed credits/balls will be donated to the Jack Newton junior golf foundation.