The Warrnambool Golf Club women's open championship was so close, it took a sudden death play-off to decide the winner.
Alison Sinclair went into the third round with a six shot lead and hung on to claim her 11th title from runner-up Marion Venn.
Both players finished on 252 and Sinclair won on the second play-off hole in sudden death.
"It was just neck and neck and it just happened that my putt went in on the final green and Marion missed her putt," Sinclair said.
She said it was a relief to get over the line for her 11th championship.
"I'm really thrilled," she said.
"You sort of think you get passed it, so I'm really thrilled to win again."
Venn said she was surprised to catch Sinclair on the final day.
"I was really happy with the 80 I had today and to catch Alison," she said.
"I didn't think, in my wildest dreams, that I would be catching her."
The contest remained close in B grade with Rosemary Walters edging out Beryl Drake, 285 to 287.
Walters said it was great to get her second B grade championship win.
"To do it again is very exciting," she said.
"It's always a challenge to put together three weeks of good golf and this year I was able to do so.
"I'm very pleased with my form."
In C grade Rose Voigt, last year's runner-up, went one better this year and won the title after shooting 330 during the three weeks.
She won by five shots over Madia Gilbert.
"Today I was lucky to be able to continue fairly consistently, so I'm really thrilled," Voigt said.
"I don't play very much golf, I've been a member at the club for quite a few years but due to work commitments I don't play a lot.
"So I'm really thrilled with my progress and achieving this today."
Voigt said a memorable moment happened during the second round of the competition.
"A funny moment was when the wheel fell off my buggy last week," she said.
"So maybe a new buggy will be in stall."
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