The weather was too much for Tumut Golf Club on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, with the fairways closed because of the wet conditions.
On Tuesday, 23 golfers turned out in what were good conditions for the front-nine stableford.
Keith Cooper was the winner on 27 points, finishing three shots clear of Darryl Ryan in second on 24 points.
Ryan finished ahead on count back over Geoff Brain, who led the six ball competition inners on 24, through to Greg Kell on 20 points.
Barry Lang was the nearest to the pin on hole nine with 25cm.
The ladies also got their games in, playing an 18-hole stableford weekly competition.
Judy Cooper won division one with 36 points.
Trish Roche won Division two with 35 points and second was Lyn Day on 29 points.
The nine-hold ball competition winner was also Judy Cooper with 35 nett.
Only four players turned out for the daylight savings competition and the winner was Matt Rostron with 29 nett.
This week, the ladies have an 18-hole stroke event and nine-hole stableford ball competition, which can be played from Saturday December 4 through to Friday December 10.
On Thursday, December 16, will be the ladies Christmas party, which will be held at 7pm and there will be Chinese banquet.
Names are to be in to the club by Tuesday, December 14.
Those attended should bring a present to the value of $10.
The men also have a busy week, with the Bush Chemist Monthly Medal on Saturday.
They also have an 18-hole stableford to contest on Sunday, senior’s golf on the reg Crampton course on Tuesday and a front-nine stroke event for the Chook Run on Thursday.