Beverley Park Golf Club played host to the annual Robert Stone Memorial Dragons Golf Day on Friday with players, coaches, staff and sponsors taking to the course for some friendly competition.
Stone played 170 first grade games for the Dragons from 1975 to 1985 and was a member of the club's 1977 and 1979 premiership-winning sides.
Following his playing career, he became the executive officer at the Dragons and was a driving factor in the club's return to Jubilee Oval.
He was diagnosed with a brain tumor in July of 2005 and tragically passed away the following month aged just 49.
Now in its 17th year, the Robert Stone Memorial Dragons Golf Day has become one of the most important days on the club's calendar and offers all involved an opportunity to share a laugh, play some golf, and remember the late Robert Stone.
After the rounds of golf had wrapped up, emcee Jeremy Latimore was joined on stage by the likes of NRL head coach Shane Flanagan, CEO Ryan Webb, Stone's former teammate Craig Young and son Michael Stone as well as NRL stars Blake Lawrie and Jaydn Su'A before awards and prizes were handed out to the day's top performers.