A stellar 44 points saw John Emerson take the top honours during Saturday's B Grade stableford by a shot over Damien Humphries and Liam Clark.
Geoff Tindall was all class, winning the scratch with 20 points.
Young Cooper Starkey continued his great form of late to post 41 points and win on a countback over James Hundy and Trevor Dickie.
A fine even par round picked up the scratch for Justin Sutton.
A well put together 38 points enabled Wendy Smith to win the ladies event by a commanding five shots over Chelsea Litchfield.
Humphries and Emerson proved unstoppable in the 2BBB thanks to 48 points and a two shot margin over Anthony Young and Mark White.
Nathan King and Beau Fitzpatrick (43) were the scratch champions.
Jack Roberson, Shaun Elphick and Glyn Daunt fought a titanic battle in pursuit of top billing in Saturday's A Grade stableford, in the end though it was Roberson's 42 points that was given the nod on a countback.
Ryan Sparke recorded a classy 36 points to win the scratch.
In a farewell swansong to Bathurst, our popular green-keeper Aaron Booby had a lovely 40 points to win B Grade from Simon Dundon (39) and Steve Chaplin (37).
The wily Lester Colley was the scratch champion with 18 points.
In a tight affair, it was Janice Dickie (35) who emerged victorious by a solitary shot over Manor Cooper.
Daunt and Dean Oxley were the perfect combination in the 2BBB thanks largely to 46 points to hold off Robert Pardey and Tony Wilds (44).
Dylan Thompson and Wil Johnston signed for the scratch, with 40 points.
Meanwhile, the fifth round of the Central West Districts Golf Association pennants will be taking place this weekend.
Semi-finals will follow on March 14.
Bathurst's division four team are the only side in action this weekend.
The other three sides have byes.
The Bathurst division fours will play Wentworth at the Parkes Golf Club from 9.30am on Sunday.