Quarry Hill Golf Club returned to competitive play on the weekend.
As of last Thursday, regional Victorian clubs were able to run competitions, albeit under strict COVID-19 rules.
The first competition back for the club was a Stableford event, with several players in the mix.
Rose Stein was the overall winner of the women's event coming back into the clubhouse with 34 points.
Stein's effort was just enough to edge runner-up Sheryle Lewien who finished with 33 points.
Quarry Hill captain Stewart Davey won the men's competition with 33 points on a count-back.
Just behind Davey were Daniel Nancarrow and Rob Lewien who were also both on 33 points.
The club will hold a Par aggregate competition on Wednesday with tee off from 9am-9.30am.
On Saturday members will compete for the coveted September Monthly Medal.
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