A day of strong golf on Saturday, November 18 saw almost a quarter of the field of 123 play to their handicaps or better.
Best of the lot was popular club man Chris Ryan, who came home with the spinnaker on to card 41 points to swamp the field late in the day, winning the stableford and C Grade honours.
Rugby veteran Peter Daley, with 40 points, made it out of the scrum to run a close second to Ryan.
Continuing his blistering form of late, Moss Vale Golf Club Captain Howard McMillan, fresh from a win in Friday's 60m pitching competition and with the $120 prize in his pocket, topped B Grade with 40 points.
John Flockton's 39 points was enough to edge out Tim Mattick on a countback to fill second spot.
Simon Weston showed signs of a surge in form with an excellent 39 points to top A Grade.
A heartbeat away and in a perfect audition for B Pennant representation was big hitting Greg Canham, losing to Weston on a countback.
The best gross score of the day went to local beekeeper Paul Maslen with 73 off the stick.
Fortune shined on Australia's unluckiest golfer Iain Battersby, taking the section one superpin and the $120 pot.
Jonathan D'Arcy's effort on eleven made him $120 richer winning section two.
The Jordan Cup four ball matchplay concluded with Peter Tancred and Chris Oakley victorious after winning through fours rounds, the quarter and semi finals and raising the cup in the final.
Moss Vale Golf Club's annual charity fundraiser tees off on Sunday, December 3.
Teams will compete for the first time for the Norm McDonald Shield, in honour of the club's late President.
The four person Ambrose day will start with a breakfast barbeque at 7.30am, with the golf starting at 8.30am.
Included in the day will be on course food, followed by lunch, live music and the return of comic genius Lawrence Mooney.
Tickets for the day are $120, or $50 for lunch and entertainment only and can be secured at the Pro Shop on 4868 1503.
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