LAST weekend two rounds of stroke were contested, with the winner taking home one of the traditional trophies at the club, the Corolin Cup.
This competition has been the major closed event at the club since it was inaugurated in 1926 by the Dempster family.
The tradition has continued over the years with the Dempster families and the sponsor again this year was Peter and Sabina Dempster.
Adding to an ever increasing trophy cabinet, the long-hitting, lefthander Dave “Jezza” Jezierski has now added his name to the honour board at the club.
With rounds of 67 and 71, totalling 138, Jezza’s form from last week winning the Monthly Mug has continued, adding the Corolin Cup to his collection.
The runner-up to Jezza was defending Corolin Cup winner Phil Becker with rounds of 68 and 74, totalling 142.
On Saturday the A-grade winner was P Becker with 68 and the runner-up was D Becker with 74.
The B-grade winner was D Jezierski with 67 and the runner-up was G O’Meara with 68 from R Podmore on a countback.
The C-grade winner was B Harkins with 75 and the runner-up was M Keefe with 79.
The Lewis Motors gross winner was P Becker with a score of 75.
In the novelties, best second shot on No. 2 was R Sargeant, longest drive on No. 5 was R Sargeant and nearest the pin on No. 9 was P Bray and on No. 14 was D Negus.
The unlucky golfer on the weekend was Mick Speciale – had he been an equestrian contestant at the Olympics he may have won gold.
He cleared every fence by a healthy distance but only won the NAGA hat, with a score of 94.
On Sunday the A-grade winner was D Becker with 71 and the runner-up was R Wiktorski with 72 on a countback from N James.
The B-grade winner was B Smart with 71 and the runner-up was D Jezerski with 72.
The C-grade winner was P Richards with 71 and the runner-up was P Roe with 72.
In the novelties, the best second shot on No. 1 was M Tagliaferri, nearest the pin on No. 6 was B Smart, longest putt on No. 10 was C Evans and best third shot on No. 15 was N James.
Roy Murray-Prior earned himself the NAGA hat with a nett 88.
Max Hubble was having a difficult round on Saturday when an A-grader told him his stance was all wrong.
He was told his feet were too close and to part them.
On Sunday he proudly showed his playing partners how he fixed his stance – he put a comb in his right shoe.
On August 8 is the Northam Brickmart Trophy rolling start from 12.15pm.
August 11 is the Weston Milling Trophy par and August 12 is the Flint Antennas Trophy Stableford.