Big-hitting Daryn Brims carded his best round on his way to winning on Saturday.
Big-hitting Daryn Brims carded his best round on his way to winning on Saturday. Contributed

Daryn tees up hot form

THE weather was hot on Saturday and so was Daryn Brims.

Brims carded his best round since he first started playing the game competitively four years ago, a red-hot five over par 75.

His round was an impressive eight under his handicap of 13 and the 44 points he scored was good enough to win B Grade by two points from Richard Harvey.

However, the big-hitting 37-year-old said he wasn't able to continue his rich vein of form on Tuesday.

"It was a return to the bad old days," he laughed.

"I hit it long and wide."

While Brims was on fire in B Grade on Saturday, the scores in the other grades were a little lower.

Luke Clayton won A Grade with 40 points from club captain Brett Dioth (39).

A countback needed to decide the C-Grade winner after Steve McIntosh and Peter Martin both carded 41 points.

McIntosh came out on top.

In the ladies division, Jill Milburn had 38 points to beat Kate Law on countback.

Numbers in Sunday's medley field were up considering a number of our members played the Biggenden Open.

Craig Strange shot a par round and 43 points to win on countback from an unlucky Jan Bryant.

This Saturday, both the men and ladies will be playing a single stroke while Sunday is a single stableford.

In closing, if you are reading this and you are a visitor to the region, I'd just like to say that visiting players are always welcome to join in our competitions.