FROM his first tee shot to his last putt, Gerringong Golf Club's Allen Clarke looked like a winner.
Surprisingly, Allen didn't manage to get his name on any of the pin markers, but he did succeed in clocking up 45 Stableford points. His nearest rivals, Gary Lenson and Travis McMahon, also had good rounds of 43 and 40 points respectively.
Balls went to players who had 34 points or better. Nearest to pins: 2nd T Marshall, 8th B Emmett, 10th drive and pitch R. Ford, 14th G Scarlett, 17th longest drive (A) G Lenson, (B) P Ford.
Jake Taylor's preparation for the Men's Club Championships, which start next weekend, is in full swing with a convincing win on Sunday with 43 points.
Steve Miller came in with 39 points, pushing Cliff Wishart into third.
Balls went to players who had 34 points or better. Nearest to Pins: 2nd D Matters, 8th I Godfrey, 14th J Taylor.
The strong winds on Thursday played havoc for the ladies in their Stableford.
Margaret Carveth carved up the course with a great 21 points, with the minor placings going to Wendy Bramley (19 points) and Kate Quinn (16).
Balls went to players who had 11 points or better. Longest drives went to Lola Scott (Div. 2) and Susan Griffiths (Div. 3) and the only NTP was claimed by Jan Goddard (Div. 2).
The ladies who are going on their annual Kangaroo Valley Golf Trip this week are in for a great time.