Jamberoo stalwart Steve Rippon has won his sixth Club Championship in the last seven years with a fantastic final round 69 over the weekend.
Rippon's four-round score of 272 was enough to take the title by a whopping 40 shots. George Vlatko, who was looking to defend the title he won in 2018, was the runner up.
The A grade nett was won by Tony Rodriguez with a score of 268, while Alan Jones claimed second place in the nett.
B grade was close with only one shot separating the first three.
The winner was Wayne Griffiths who played a fantastic last round of 78 to overhaul third-round co-leaders, Dave Ransom & Bernie McGlinchey.
Griffiths was impressive in the last round, storming home in the final holes of the competition.
Griffiths, who trailed by one with three to play, earned his victory by playing three of Jamberoo's more challenging holes in one over par.
Griffiths finished on 334, Ransom 335 and McGlinchey 337. Ransom had to be content with the nett prize.
McGlinchey claimed the gross runner-up, and Terry Murphy was nett runner-up.
Jeff Hammersley is the C grade champion after carding a 72 hole total of 362.
Third round leader Vince Byrnes was overwhelmed in the final round by Hammersley who fired a magnificent 81 to come from 16 shots back to eventually win by four.
Les Farkas played four consistent rounds to claim the C Grade nett, with club stalwart Geoff Boxsell the nett runner-up.
Golf Illawarra teams take out Country Championships
The Golf Illawarra team took out the NSW District Teams title after a stirring final-round comeback at Bathurst Golf Club last weekend.
The team of Danny Nesbitt, Anthony Brunero, Colin Mitchell, Thomas Holz, Paul Fairall and Mark Johnston carded a combined score of 582 across the two rounds around the testing par-71 Bathurst layout.
After trailing by six shots after round one, the team thundered home with some impressive scoring in the final round to take the title by three shots over the defending holders, the Central West District.
It is the third time in four years Golf Illawarra has claimed the Bruce Devlin Shield.
The individual crown was taken out by Royal Canberra's Jordan Ayre with a two-under-par total.
Best performers in the event for Golf Illawarra were Holz, who finished tied 4th with rounds of 72, 71 to finish at one-over, and Paul Fairall who finished T9th 71,73 at two-over-par.