HORSHAM Golf Club legend Jenny McRae added a 22nd A Grade club championship trophy to the mantelpiece on Tuesday.
McRae finished with a three-round total of 242 with scores of 75, 80 and 87 to claim her 19th consecutive title.
The first round of the championships were played in March, before competition was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a modified competition, only the players' best three scores were counted from the four rounds.
McRae said the delay after round one - where she shot 75 - gave the 2020 title a different feeling.
"There was a period in there from the first round to my first round back (after the COVID-19 restrictions eased) where I hadn't picked up a club for 12 weeks. That was really difficult," she said.
"With everything else going on this year ... it has put everything in perspective a little bit. Everyone has been so focused on the other stuff, it's been difficult to make this a priority.
"But I'm of course thankful to win ... and grateful to have the course back open again."
Hamilton's Sue Walter had the best nett score in A Grade with 229.
In other grades, Annabelle Plowright claimed the B Grade championship with scratch scores of 101, 98 and 96 for a three-round total of 295. Kath Rook was the B Grade nett winner with 229.
Meanwhile talented youngster Izabella McIntyre added her name to the honour board with victory in C Grade.
McIntyre, 12, blew away the competition with three consistent rounds of 101, 108 and 102 for a total of 311.
McIntyre said it was "very exciting" to win and stand alongside McRae and Plowright at the end of the day.
"It was pretty nerve-racking and fun to hold the trophy next to them," she said.
"Thanks to the golf club for letting me play, my Dad and all the women I played with and against."
McIntyre was also thankful to take two days off school last week to participate in the championships.
"We didn't have school on Tuesday because there was a career expo, but Thursday I got off," she said.
"Dad was okay with it - I think he would rather I play golf."
After three consistent rounds McIntyre's handicap is now down to 25. Her goal is to get it below 20.
The C Grade nett winner was Vonn Bullogh on a countback with 234.
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