The stroke monthly medal event, sponsored by Drummond Golf, was played in cool conditions with the threat of rain in the air.
Lyn Fanning won A-grade with 96-23-73 nett, and also won the monthly medal.
The silver spoon winner and runner-up in A-grade was Deb Reilly.
Deb only had to finish her round on Wednesday to win the silver spoon because she had netted some good rounds to qualify, enabling her to play for a box of spoons at a Melbourne course later in the year.
After returning from holidays, Lyn Flett found form quickly to win B-grade with 106-29-77 nett.
Runner-up was Sue Turnbull with 105-27-78 nett on count-back from Robyn Downs, who won a ball.
Scratch winner was Heather Long with 94 strokes.
Nearest-the-pins: third Gallery Café, Di Day; ninth Café Alofa, Heather Long; 14th One4One Café, Sue Turnbull.
Nine-hole competition: Bett Jeffers celebrated a birthday recently as well as a win in the nine-hole competition, with 14 points on count-back from Pauline Moroney, who took home two balls.
Upcoming events: Melbourne Cup luncheon is on again at Hill Top. Start preparing your outfit to win great prizes and have a day full of fun.
Tickets available soon for $40 if purchased before October 31, $45 after that date.
Villani Day on Sunday, September 17 is a two-person ambrose medley.
Wednesday’s event is Captain’s Day. We are in for a fun day with Bev creating some tricky holes to play on a redesigned course of par-3s around the front nine one-and-a-half times.
Back nine is out of play due to maintenance.
Bev has requested players dress with lots of colours.