Timboon survived a thriller to take out the Western District Golf Association division one handicap pennant grand final on Monday at Camperdown Golf Course.
Timboon defeated Terang 3-2 with the deciding game going to the 20th hole.
Captain Lynne Newton explained Timboon's Mandy Dalton defeated Terang's Jenny Meade in that nail-biting encounter.
"It was very close as you know, the last player on the course was on the 20th hole when she won it," she said.
Timboon turned the tables after losing to Terang 3-2 during the home-and-away rounds.
The jubilant group planned to celebrate with a dinner at Timboon's clubhouse on Monday night.
"I think it might be quite a noisy affair," Newton said with a laugh.
Peterborough was victorious in division two beating Cobden 3-2.
Captain Melissa Hammond said it was a historic occasion as Peterborough hadn't won a women's pennant division two title since 1995.
The club claimed a division three triumph in 2018.
Hammond explained the club had lots of new faces this year and entered a division two and three team which both made grand finals.
"At the beginning of the season, I think there were about 15 numbers," she said.
"It was pretty exciting because it's only a small club.
"For a small club to get two teams into grand finals is a pretty amazing effort.
"Thus we are going back to the Kermit Bar (at Peterborough Golf Club), the whole town is excited that we're in it (the final)."
Camperdown got the chocolates at home with a 3-2 win over Peterborough in the division three decider.
Captain Chris Farmer said her experienced group enjoyed a strong season, winning all four home and away matches.
"I was very pleased with our team, they were consistent for the whole season and very steady and each match we had to give shots to our opponents but people still managed to win through quite well," she said.
The skipper explained the team had enjoyed plenty of success in recent years.
"Over the past several years, we've played in four finals and won two of them previous to this with a similar group of players," she said.
Coleraine was stoked to get its 4-1 victory against Parklands in division four.
Captain Maree Fitzgerald explained her team had a massive day.
"We left Coleraine at 6.45 this morning and travelled down by bus - it's nearly two hours - so it's been a big day," she said after the triumph.
"I think the course is beautiful and our players played the greens well and our caddies were fantastic."
She added Coleraine also won the division four pennant in 2019.
"We're only a very small club we only have 12 lady members who play so we're very rapt about what happened today," she said.
Fitzgerald said the club typically got a dozen regulars to its Wednesday competition.
She said they had 15 turn up last week which was the biggest number in about two years.
"So to put the team in and have caddies - we're very lucky that we had all that support," she said.
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