THESE blokes are no flash in the pan.
Their riding skills are well known but the golfing exploits of Ron Goltz and Kenji Yoshida are now approaching legendary status.
For the second year in a row the two Clifford Park jockeys have won through to the annual Holden Scramble Championship Final.
Goltz and Yoshida have again teamed with fellow City Golf Club member Matt Bradford to represent Laidley Golf Club in the national final at Twin Waters from December 7.
Missing from last year's team is fellow rider Adam Best who reluctantly forfeited his spot while recovering from shoulder surgery.
But the side picked up a worthy replacement for Best with Neil McCauley completing the four-man side.
Their accompanying professional from last year, Ian Esson, is also a 2012 team scratching with Roger Vandenberg filling his shoes.
A top-two finish in the 29-team championship final carries a trip to China next April for the Holden Scramble International Challenge.
Goltz, Yoshida and Best won a berth in last year's International Challenge at Shenzhen's Tycoon Golf Club.
They finished the tournament as the three best-performed Australian players.