Bega ladies golfers said there was a downside to the wonderful rain, with no carts allowed on the course on Wednesday.
However, officials said the hardy field who contested still enjoyed the day. "The run which we had a week ago was gone, making the course a bit heavy, but Kerry Carter wasn't troubled, coming in with 38 Stableford points." a spokeswoman said. Wendy Hergenhan was runner up with 36 and Annette Britten had 34. No one was able to get on the 9th for Nearest the Pin but Maria Marr had the best 2nd shot on the 18th.
Last Saturday the first weekend medal was played, Wendy Hergenhan led the way with birdies and pars, having only 12 putts on the back nine. Her gross score was 78, winning the medal with 72 nett.
Saturday is a par and next Wednesday is the postponed February Monthly Medal.
In men's play, Thursday was a single stableford with Perry Catt winning on 44 points from Laurie Billman on 41.
Saturday was the delayed monthly medal and Shaun Kennedy beat the field - and the weather - with nett 69, while B grade went to Greg Motbey and C grade to John Harney on nett 73.
Tuesday saw many holes on the Tathra course flooded so a nine-hole stableford competition was held with 13 starters. Winner on the day was Marg Kermode with 17 points on a count back from Jo Byrnes.
Officials said the river opening should see play return to the full course next week.
On Saturday 19 starters played a par event on the Jade course in one division. Anne-Marie Male was the winner with +4 and runner up was Sue Howland with +1.
Thursday men's play at Bermagui was a four-ball best-ball stableford.
Jim Manton and Mick Carr came out on top to win the day with 49 points. Then came Noel Brady and Mike McCann on 48.
Saturday was a stableford with Paul Batten winning A grade on a count-back from Willow Lalao both on 40 points. B grade went to Jarra McKay-Collins with 40 from Shane Roberts on 34.
Mick Smith led C grade with 36 from Peter Bradley on 32.
Bermagui Ladies contested a stableford on Wednesday and the winner was Cherie Rudneski with 33 points from runner-up Vicki Hummel just two back on 31 points.
In the Sunday Dad's Army play, Ziggy Blair was the mug of the month winner.
Doug Blair won the morning from runner-up BJ.
Sunday is a four-ball and officials urge everyone to stay safe with the floods.