BATHURST Golf Club has the opportunity for a rare title double this Sunday when their division one and two teams contest the Central Western Districts Golf Association pennants finals.
The division one side reached this weekend's decider against Forbes thanks to a 3-2 win over Wellington while the second tier squad overcame the same opponent with an identical margin. They will take on Parkes.
Bathurst Golf Club professional Matt Barrett said there were no massive expectations for the top division side who have gone on to produce some big results.
"It's fantastic to see. We didn't have the strongest division one team with some of our top players unable to commit to this year's competition … but they've showed a lot of guts," he said.
"A couple of the young guys have done really well, like Ben Mackay and Cameron Jackson. Everyone's had a bit of a game in division one.
"Reece Hodson has been a fantastic leader in that division. Darryn Bruce has been a great selector for the team and Darren Small, captain of division two, has done a great job as well. It's important picking players in the right number position.
"We haven't won one and two in the same year for a long time. It would be a great achievement."
Jackson picked up a 2&1 win over Matt Reid in last Sunday's semi-final while Mackay went down 4&3 to Elton Keeffe.
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Bathurst number one Hodson was a big 5&4 winner over Joe Ryan, Zane Beale lost to Wellington's Lewis McCarthy (2&1) but it was Ben Matheson's 3&2 win over Ben McCarthy that ensured the win.
Julian Curran (4&3), Darren Small (6&5) and Tony Forster (5&4) all picked up big wins last Sunday to help the division two team reach the final.
"Division two were strong on paper but went down narrowly in the first couple of weeks," Barrett said.
"They won their last two games and they're looking really good.
"What's exciting is that we're not back at full strength. If we had everyone available one year then we'll be unbeatable."
Division two go into their final as defending champions.