Club Championships at The Grange and the Links Shellcove have wrapped up, with the Links Shell Cove's Jason Kast and the Grange's Trent Cadger snaring the major crowns.
It was dramatic finish at the Links, with Kast needing five extra holes to secure his first club championship after finishing tied with Jack Petiquin on 290.
In the lower divisions, A Reserve went to Jim Middleton.
The B grade trophy was claimed by Blake Rayner, and Jim Markoulis was successful in C grade.
Stefanie Hall won the ladies stroke play crown in a canter, carding an impressive nine-under total of 131.
Bradley Wills claimed the junior Champion with a two-round total of 145.
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Grant Meredith took the Senior Championship, finishing with a four-round total of 296.
At the Grange, club stalwart Trent Cadger notched up his fifth club championship in 10 years.
Cadger carded rounds of 78, 80, 71, 77, a total of 306, to win by a shot from Blake Hollick.
Hollick looked like he had the championship in the bag holding a two-shot lead on the final hole.
However, his tee shot on the 72nd ended up in Mullet Creek, and produced a triple-bogey six as a result.
It meant Cadger had the crown safely in his keeping.
In the lower divisions, Wayne Douglass defended his B Grade title from last year, by five shots from Tony Apps. The C Grade title went to Chris Smith with a score of 370.
Jones fires in Grange Open
Shelly Beach's Keiren Jones has claimed the Grange Open with a one-shot win in testing conditions on Sunday.
Jones finished with an impressive two-over-par 74, which was enough to hold off the local charge of Steven Townsend, Glen Gibson and Dylan Humphries who all carded 75.
B Grade required a playoff to split Frank Sattin and Jarrod German who finished tied on 84.
After a four-hole playoff, scores were still level, and the pair went to sudden death over the water carry par-three 18th hole.
Sattin claimed victory after his opponent put his tee shot into the water.
Chris Smith added another title to his recent club championship with a score 93 in the C grade section, with Barry Condran in second place on 94.
Steven Townsend secured the A-grade nett with a score of 69.
Jarrod German took out 72 the B-grade nett, while Condran was successful in C-grade.