Winners of the Ceduna Golf Club Championships have been crowned, with Dion Hissey securing the A grade title.
The finals of the club championships took place on Sunday, with the rest of the field taking part in a stableford competition.
The finals of the championships are played over 27 holes and were contested in idyllic conditions.
Hissey triumphed in the A grade, with runner-up Jamie Davies six up with five to play.
The B grade champion is Ken McCarthy, with runner-up Andy Partington three up with two to play.
Zell Dodd took out the C grade, with runner-up Jimmy Nicholls five up with four to play.
The winner of the stableford competition was Lance McWaters on 38 points, finishing just ahead of Graeme Smart on 37 points.
The nearest to the pin on the fourth hole was Barry Thompson, while the longest drive on the 18th hole went to Ben Gascoyne.
Andrew Xanthopoulos played nine holes on the back nine for 20 points.
This weekend sees the close of the club season with the annual general meeting at 10am, followed by a barbecue lunch and an ambrose competition.