Gary Turner continued his good form at the weekend by winning the First Division Monthly Medal at Towneley with an excellent card of 68-5-63.
Anthony Fisher was runner-up with 76-11-65.
Jeff Wilkinson took the plaudits in the Second Division (80-15-65), with headmaster Steve Bird in second place with 80-13-67.
Club secretary Peter Witt claimed the Third Division prize with 90-20-70 on the card from Jack Armitage (95-25-70).
Nearest the pin awards went to Hamish Miller at the sixth and Simon Smith at the 17th.
Matthew Harrison had his best-ever stableford score of 44 points to win the Tuesday competition from Brian Taylor, a point adrift.
Paul Cushing won the Thursday event on 39 points - one more than Keith Pickard.
There were holes in one for club steward Ronnie Catlow and Rodney Platt.
At Burnley Golf Club, the Men’s June Monthly Medal saw Carl Parker claim the First Division prize with a card of 68-2-66, edging out Steve Greenaway (71-5-55).
Jack Corteen was third (75-8-67).
In the Second Division, Lee Corns came out on top with 76-11-65, two shots clear of Tom Newton (79-12-67), with Graham Evans (79-11-68) third.
Graham Johnson (84-17-67) won the Third Division from Jake Holland (87-18-69) and Kevin Dillworth (85-15-70), and the Fourth Division prize went to Jack Catlow ( 84-22-62) ahead of Stephen Fanshaw (94-28-66) and David Robinson (89-19-70).
The ladies’ Monthly Medal and Frances Smith Qualifier was won by Lynda Makin (101-28-73) from Elsie Thornber (91-15-76) and Fran Taylor (103-23-80).