MONTHS of humiliating scoring combined with energy depleting injuries and perhaps the occasional over indulgence of amber fluid were all that was required for Singleton's Iron Chef Scotty Gardiner to throw down the gauntlet to his opponents.
His resulting nett 60 crushed the field by 4 strokes.
Scotty is this Month's Monthly Mug winner and champion.
The Mug was sponsored by staunch "Chef" supporters Ken Lawson, Bill Thompson and Brian McHugh.
All three were on hand competing in the day's event and helping with the presentation of trophies in the evening.
Thanks for your support of our Club boys.
It is, as always greatly appreciated.
A grade was to be a tightly fought contest.
Captain Kirk used a count back to separate himself from eventual runner up Brad Kelly.
Both players shot nett 69s and they continue to show great form.
Brad and Kirk had their handicaps adjusted downwards by one shot.
Ben Wiese has made a solid come back to golf after a short stint away from it.
Ben's 66 beat home the club's hottest player at the moment Frank Palmowski. Frank fired a 67.
C grader Mick Wyatt kept his name in the handicapper's sights by shooting a 64.
He beat home day sponsor, and eventual runner up Brian Mc Hugh by a whopping five shots.
Aaron Goadsby's triple A rating has been reduce to AA after his performance was deemed fine enough to take the coveted Plum Pudding home.
Surely only better days lie ahead for Aaron.
Allison Wyatt made the competition a real family affair by winning the ladies division with73.
The secret 9 putting comp saw an outstanding result with Mitchell Butler needing only 21 putts to complete the course.
This was easily the best and he was awarded first prize.
back were Mick Kirkpatrick (24), Gary Flanagan (24), and Brett Sterritt (26).
This Saturday's competition will be an Individual Stableford and a few times are still available.
Unfortunately the Sunday junior golf competition will not be played this Sunday due a social golf day being played from 7:30am.