GERRINGONG Golf Club's Jake Reay appeared to be incredulous after signing his card for 45 points in Tuesday's midweek comp.
Languishing behind on 39 points were Neil Murray, Ian Woodlands and Maggie Simmons, who took out the minor places respectively.
Players who had 36 points or better received a ball. Nearest to Pins: 2nd G. Reynolds, 8th A. Clarke, 9th Drive and Pitch N. Guy, 14th J. Taylor, 18th N. Murray, 13th Longest Drive G. Barling.
There's not too many better ways to ease into a long weekend than having a game of golf at Gerringong.
Tim Hussey from B-Grade had the best round with 44 points with A-Grader Trent Conkey dominating his division with 42 points. The two runners-up on 39 points were Ben Purcell (A) and Jeff Quine (B).
Balls went down to 34 points.
Nearest to Pins: 2nd R. Ford, 8th R. Szulerowski, 10th Drive and Pitch T. Murphy, 14th K. Puckeridge, 18th P. Cronin, 17th Longest Drive (A) A. Tartu, (B) L. White.
Michael Gleeson displayed his patriotism by holding the pin flag on every hole in Sunday's Australia Day stableford.
Michael came in with 38 points and had a two-point buffer between himself and runner-up Barney Gillard.
Balls went to G. Long (35 points), M. Berry (34) and M. Swain (34). Nearest to Pins: 2nd J. Taylor, 8th S. Clay.
The countback system favoured Michael Gleeson's 26 points over Kim Bailey's in the 12 Hole Chook Run.
Ian Jolley picked up third spot for his 25 points.
Balls went to N. Murray (25), D. Matters (25) and Marg Carveth (24).
A reminder the Green Day Out Revisited is on February 2.