It was another gorgeous spring day with more great golf from Murray Bridge members.
The competition was the Murray Machining and Sheds stableford day and retired architect Rob Walters same out on top after crafting together a brilliant round of 42 points.
A single figure golfer back in the "good old days" Walters can still hit a pretty mean ball and he was too good for everyone else on Saturday.
Shaun Williams scored a solid 17 points on the front nine before exploding home down the back adding a further 24 points to make a total of 41 to claim the days runners up prize.
He actually needed that stunning finale to ward off the in form Lloyd Norrish on a countback as he too tallied a terrific 41 point round.
Rob Muster continued his white hot streak with another 40 points as did Graeme Munt who is back in the country again and immediately has his game firing on all cylinders.
Jared Thoman was three up off his three handicap giving him 39 points and a fairly handy 68 off the stick while Mark Sappenberghs also hit an impressive 39 points although he is never satisfied even with a score like that.
Big Joe Marcus struck 38 points and Troy Penhall, Paddy Secker and President Bolton each had commendable rounds of 36.
Jeff Lipp won the yabby with a lovely wedge to the fourth green and, yes it is getting monotonous, but Rob Muster won the Pro comp yet again with an almost unbelievable 25 point back nine.
Not bad for an 18 handicapper - bogey, bogey then seven straight pars is darned good golf in anyone's language! Who said his unusual face on putting style is awkward?
It's clearly working for him at the moment and might get a few others trying the style out to see what the fuss is all about.
Around the traps
1. Has there ever been three better back nines from the same group?
Early morning golfers Troy Penhall and father and son duo Luke and Shaun Williams absolutely tore the back nine apart with Shaun scoring 24 points while Troy and Luke each had 23.
That is one helluva lot of points and most unusual for it to happen in the same group. Shaun was no doubt counting his pro comp winnings until that man from Karoonda put his score in later in the day!
2. Reckon you're the unluckiest golfer in the club? Dream on.
The regularly jinxed Damo Moloney has definitely got that title after yet another round of ill fortune.
Balls right up against trees, putts lipping out, poor lies in bunkers, unsympathetic playing partners - Moloney cops all of these plus more on a regular basis and reckons his 30 point round on Saturday should have been 40 with average luck.
No one likes to hear that.
3. We're still waiting for "Gentleman George" Langsford's explanation for his scrubbing of the last seven holes of his par round two weeks ago after looking pretty good after 11 holes.
He backed this up with a less than impressive effort on Saturday.
Surely the lure of gaining an extra stroke or two on his handicap for last Sundays big ham and turkey event wasn't the reason for this dual debacle?
Armani Marsters 36 points; Asia Marsters 35 points; Liz Hodge 34 points.
Armani Marsters 40 points; Liz Hodge 36 points; Asia Marsters 35 points
Nearest the pins on fourth: Armani Masters
Armania continued her consistent play on Tuesday with an eagle on the eighth hole, which was a great effort.