Kew Country Club are riding high after hosting three incredibly successful bowls and golf tournaments.
The 2019, $4,000, two-day Kew Country Club classic triples tournament was won by Matt Barnes, Cory Parker, and Clay Parker from East Maitland Bowling club.
Jason Bignell representing major sponsor Elders said he was delighted to see such a great event.
"It was great to see that in the field of 128 bowlers that over half were from outside the district," Mr Bignell said.
Laurieton United Services Club manager Rob Dwyer it was a great day out on the green.
"The day couldn't have been as successful as it was without the commitment from the Kew Country Club Men's Bowls committee under the guidance of the president Barrie Issac and the sponsors including Elders, Mark Hammond Funerals and Laurieton Residential resort," Mr Dwyer said.
The VW Scramble held at the Kew Country Club on Sunday, November 24 saw a field of 84 fight it out for the the chance to go through to the district tournament to be held at Bonville.
The winning team of Geoff Kemp, Mark Bird, Michael Marshall, and Robert Dwyer who were ecstatic at the win.
The four person Ambrose event was a closely contested game with the winning margin being .25 (1/4) of a shot.
President of the Kew Country Club Men's Golf Club Roger Catchpole, said it had been a big day on the course.
"A big thank you VW for their support and to the Kew Country Club grounds team for the presentation of the course in such tough climatic conditions," Mr Catchpole said.
Kew Country Club also hosted the 16th annual golf classic on November 20 raising money for Rural Aid Australia.
It was a great event with 55 players competing and over $10,500 was raised for the great cause.
A big thank you to the sponsors of the day Mid Coast Gaming and Laurieton United Services Club