Burnley hosted a four-man team competition on Saturday, with two scores to count.
Winners were Mark and Paul Ridgeway, Andy Heaton and Adrian Thorne with 84 points, one more than Graham Evans, Mark Green, Albert Holden and Alan Rigby Lovett.
Third were Darren Coulthard, Dane Harrison, Michael Scott and Seamus Alexandra with 81 points.
The nearest the pin competition was won by the team of David Owen, Sean Durkin, Craig Holden and Marshall Scott, with the pin at 195 yards from the tee, with a shot of five foot five inches from the target to win the prize pot of £112.
Faz Mahmood had an impressive 42 points to come top of the field at the weekend at Towneley Golf Club.
Paddy McEvoy has had a lean spell of late, but bounced back with 41 points to take runners-up spot.
Head greenkeeper Damien “Radar” Hartley took third place with 40 points,.
The last midweek stableford competition winners of the season were, on Tuesday, Jordan Young on 42 points, ahead of Steve Horrocks with 37, and, on Thursday, Steve Wilson with 40 points, one more than Gary Turner.
Steve Wyatt won the nearest the pin award at the 6th hole, amnd Dave Plumb took the plaudits at the 17th hole.
Ian Ponton’s tremendous tee shot took the honour the previous week at the 6th hole, with Kevin Tootle winning at the 17th.