Afield of 47 players took to the Beachport course for another round of South East Veterans Golf and as you would expect the locals cleaned up.
First Division went to John Howe with 35 points from Penola’s Lindsay Storer, who took second from Robe’s Rob Cece on a countback with 33.
Second Division was fought out between two locals, Chris Carr and Brian Amos.
Carr ended up driving to victory with a 31-point round, just one point ahead of Amos.
Third was the urban cowboy from Millicent, Alan Webster with 29, counting out Robert Thompson, his travelling companion.
Tony Bishop and Bob Tonkin won the esteemed Ross Orchard trophy, nearest the pin were scored by Grant Rowe and Terry Chant from Millicent and Davy Douglas gleefully took home the scotch.
The ball rundown was to 25 or better, indicating how tough the windy conditions were.
The next outing is at Harrow on Monday, May 16 for the annual three-way Challenge between the South Eaast, Glenelg and Wimmera groups.
This is followed by Casterton on Monday, May 23 for the Glenelg Challenge and then onwards to Kingston on Monday, June 6.