The February Medal field teed off under cloudy skies with a steady north-westerly wind.  The early holes saw a number of golfers playing very erratic golf but everyone soon settled down and took advantage of the tail wind on some holes and the extra run on the hard fairways.  During the round the wind moved to the west and then the south-west meaning approach shots often blew up and landed well short of their intended target.  The lush surrounds around the green made for excellent chip shots assisting numerous players to save par on many holes.  As the holes began to run out three players looked to have a chance for the February Medal, however, the day belonged to only one.  He played wonderfully consistently golf carding the best round of his golfing life to easily “walk away with the chocolates”.  On a windy, sultry day the results were;

Winner & February Medalist; Mick Nicholls Jnr – 77/17/60 from Hugh Drummond – 93/22/71 & John Freestone – 93/22/71

NTPs; 1st – John Freestone, 15th & 16th – Mick Nicholls Jnr

Least Putts; Jim Patton – 28