Long-term member Stephen May claimed the biggest club prize of all when he won the 2014 Crow Nest Cup.
Golfers compete all year round to try and qualify and the Cup is played for over two days.
This year it attracted a record field of 95 for Day One.
Overnight leader by two shots was Dean Wright, with a superb nett 63, from Tony Ludlow-Green.
Club history has shown that it’s difficult to hold onto the lead and, so it was in this year’s event when most of the early pace-setters fell away on Day Two.
Stephen May returned a total score of 134, six under par.
May scored a nett 68 on day one and went two shots better on the second day.
It was his second major in two years, having won last year’s Golden Jubilee Pairs Trophy.
Runner-up was the consistent Dean Wilson, nett 70 and a 65, the best nett of Day Two. Ryan Jones came third, also on 135.
The Crow Nest Cup is the biggest prize, the smallest and most coveted trophy.
The club’s Seniors’ Section September Salver was won by Dave Wilson with a score of 38 Stableford points.
He won the competition by one shot from four other seniors on 37 points.
It was a very tight finish for an event played in excellent playing conditions with warm sunshine and calm conditions.