Laura Meyocks and Alesha Calderwood played their way to first place honors in the Payson Women's Golf Association Arizona State Medallion and Eclectic tournament.
In the fray played the first four Tuesdays in June at Payson Golf course, Meyocks won the low gross title with a 165 and Calderwood took the low net crown carding a 130.
Both PWGA veterans had previously won medallion championships.
In the Eclectic scoring, Mary Cain won flight A by outdueling the runnerup Meyocks and bronze medalist Gerry Quissenberry.
Jan Burns was first and Sharon Vaplon second in flight B.
Glenda Cook and Calderwood dead knotted for third place honors.
In the battle for the Flight C gold, champion Kay Davis withstood the charge of runner-up Brenda Baker and bronze medalist Blanche Nyberg.
Joyce Goff took first in flight D by besting second place finisher Patty Nadvornik and third place finisher Ethel Hull.
In the closest-to-the-pin competition over the course of the month, Marge Landra pocketed prize money on two holes.
Other winners were Mary Guillelen, Jan Burns, Judy Neal, Cain and Quissenberry.
The members of the PWGA return to PGC Tuesday for a tournament in which they must play their entire 18 holes with "three clubs and a putter."
"It should be a challenge," Calderwood said.