Kaylene Cameron has won the A grade championship trophy for the twenty-ninth consecutive time at the Grange Golf Club.
Cameron took out the championship with a total score of 238.
The 29th championship comes for Cameron in her 40th year of playing at the club, which is an amazing achievement in itself.
The gap between Cameron and the rest of the competition has decreased since last season, with Trudy Hall runner up, just three shots behind the perennial champion.
Cameron achieved to her tally of 238 with rounds of 82, 79 and 77, with the opening round of 77 setting her up for victory.
Eunice Balle was the B grade club champion as well as the winner of the 54 hole handicap event.
Balle's final score in the club championship was 276 with Pam Franklin runner up on 279.
Franklin also finished behind Balle in the 54 hole handicap event.
Trudy Hall was the winner of the 54 hole event in the A grade defeating Leigh Johnston by nine.
Hall, to cap off an excellent couple of weeks of golf, won the daily event with a nett score of 72, just one shot clear of Johnston who was runner up.
In B grade a nett score of 68 saw Balle across the line ahead of Jane Delley on a nett 73.
Balle also claimed honours for nearest the pin on the 14th hole.
This week is the annual tournament, ladies stroke sponsored by The Quarry Restaurant which is scheduled to start at 10am.