The fifth annual Bega Triple Crown event ran at the Bega golf course on Sunday.
The prize for the winners is something a bit different with those securing the top spots able to nominate a charity or a local community or sporting group to receive the cash prize.
$1500 was up for grabs over the weekend with the top prize worth $1000 to one lucky group.
Officials were delighted with the response with 54 players taking part across the three-prong competition where teams of two head out for nine holes of golf, a rack of balls on the pool table and 501 on the darts board.
Andrew Donnelly and Glenn Boyd secured the $1000 for their nominated charity, while the runner-up place finished as a tie when Mark Stapleton and Kyle Campbell equalled with Scott Taylor and Shannon Gilmore.
Officials split the prize with $250 going to both of the nominated groups.
The organisers would like to thank all the sponsors and players who supported the day to make it a wonderfully successful day.
Men's golf officials said the success of the Crown was also bolstered by the strong turnouts at the regular Thursday round for a single stableford.
The day's winner being Keith Thorpe, narrowly beating Steve Jones on a countback, both with 37 pts. Balls went down to 32 pts.
Saturday saw a strong contingent of players front for the Barbeques Galore Monthly Medal. A grade winner with Nett 71 was Andrew Dick whilst Garry Cooper won C grade, also with Nett 71. The B grade winner and best score of the day went to Alf Buttgereit with a terrific Nett 67. Well done everyone!
This weekend is the MGA Austbrokers Bega Open with play across both Saturday and Sunday.
Entry is $40 for both days or $25 per day with more than $2500 in prizes up for grabs.
The club will also provide a complimentary lunch to entrants on both days so everyone is encouraged to join in the fun and get on course.