Tathra golf officials said there has been some perfect weather for play at the Tathra golf course.
In ladies play, there was a good field for last Tuesday's stableford.
The best round was had by Shirley Toohill. A score of 33 points gave Shirley the win in division two from Carol Brown with 31.
Division one was won by Pam Hahne with 32 points from runner-up Margaret Nall two shots back on 30 points.
Joy Brunton topped division three with 32 points from Trish Westmore on 30.
Nearest the Pin winners were Carol Brown, Maree Hergenhan, Shirley Toohill, Sue Howland and Anne Tranter.
Ball were given for scores of 29 and better and there were 12 recipients.
Saturday was a stableford and the winner was Carney Bower with 36 points in division one from Kerry Gardner on 32 points.
Division two was won by Ivi Streimann with 31 points from Jenette Cox with 30 points.
Balls went to 30 points and seven were claimed.
On Saturday a stroke round will be played for the monthly medal on and on Tursday the competition is a stableford.
Monday's nine-hole play was washed out, but play returns Monday on the short course from 8.30am.
In men's play the monthly medal was held on Saturday.
Despite challenging conditions, Peter Crowley scooped the medal with 99 off the stick for a nett 69.
Runner-up was the ever-consistent Matt Taylor with 75 off the stick for a Nett 71.
The Winter Seabreeze will run from July 19-21.