HORSHAM Golf Club's 106th annual tournament has gone off with a bang this week.
The tournament, which teed off on Monday, has attracted a large number of golfers from Victoria and beyond.
President Iain McNee said the event had 'run like clockwork', with an exciting weekend of golf ahead.
McNee said the new men's veterans stableford event was a big hit, with 41 players taking part.
He said today's golf was fully booked, but there was still limited places available for tomorrow and Sunday.
Monday's winners included Horsham's Peter and Bob Hayes, who were narrow victors in the men's two-person ambrose event.
The pair finished with an adjusted score of 63.25 to edge out fellow Horsham golfers Brett Cookson and Howard Black by 0.25 strokes.
Geoff Spicer and Mark Lehmann, both of Horsham, finished third on 64.75.
Horsham's Marg Taylor and Pam Watkins teamed up to win the ladies' two-person ambrose with a final score of 67.
Kerri Duxson and Lisa Jakobi, Horsham, finished runners-up on 71, while Horsham's Marge Rich and Helen Burke rounded out the placings on 73.25. Horsham's Joan Williams and Joyce Mills won Tuesday's ladies chapmans foursomes handicap with an adjusted score of 65.87.
Scratch winners were Horsham Golf Club ladies captain Julie Wirth and her partner Marg Taylor on 86.
In the men's chapmans foursomes, the handicap winners were Horsham's Brian Bilson and Bob Wills on 65.87.
Curlewis' John Falk and Horsham's John Davies won the scratch honours with 82.
Horsham's Trudy Parker won Wednesday's ladies' 18-hole stableford event, with a score of 39.
Rod Gillin, with a score of 45, won the men's competition, while Ken Tori was the veteran's stableford's inaugural winner.
Lehmann shot a sensational eagle on the par-five fourth hole.
The hole in one prize of a lawnmower is still up for grabs and will be raffled at the end of the tournament, if not claimed before.