BERNADETTE Maynard won the senior ladies' championship, shooting a four-under-par round of 68.
It was enough to give her a three-shot cushion in division one over second-placed Thea Durbin.
In division two, Angela Hubble shot the best score, with Paulene Baker two shots behind.
Jeff Maynard and Paul Jepp won the men's four-ball better ball invitational competition on Sunday.
After 18 holes they were tied on 43 points with Stuart Willis and Brian Kelly and needed a play-off hole to secure victory.
There was a large turnout and some good scores for Saturday's stableford competition.
Dan Brown won division one with a score of of 40 points, beating Steve Medway by one. Luke Burchell and Joe Baker were a further shot back.
The division two winner was Marcus Quick on 43, from Peter Hatch on 42. Sam Holmes (40) was third followed by Steve Burchell (39).
The best score of the day was in division three, where Simon Cordery scored 45. Charles Wray was second on 39, from Dave Ronchetti (38) and Eliot Baker (37).
The seniors also played a stableford and division one was won by Roy Webber, with 39 points, beating Roger Anniss on countback. Bernard Maunder was third with 38, from Martin Green on 36.
In division two the winner, scoring 42, was Jon Crow, just pipping John Middleton by one shot. Ted Butt was third, with 39, and Brian Kelland was fourth on 36.
Results, Tuesday stableford, division 1: 1 Luke Burchell 42, 2 Jeff Maynard 39, 3 Chris Haggar 38. Division 2: 1 Jane Lee 38, 2 Roy Cox 38, 3 Peter Broadbelt 38
Kevin Cornwall hit a gross score of 70 to win the Brian Adams Salver.
Adrian Raymond won the Bill Webber Bowl, for best handicap score, with a nett 62.
The winner of division one was John Flavin with 63, in second place was Alan Stokes with 64 and Cornwall was third with 66.
In division two, the winner was Brian Fishleigh with 65. He won on a countback from Richard Prouse. In third place was Alan Jones with 67.
Division three, and the Bill Webber Bowl, went to Adrian Raymond with 62. Second place went to Steve Tonge with 64 and in third was Reg Prescott with 68.
The Okehampton ladies section competed for the club championship over 36 holes.
The overall winner was Abby Turner with a gross 157, second was Marcia Guy with 166 and in third was Penny Deakin with 170.
The winner of the salver for best nett score was Cherry James with 139. Second was Sue Stanbury with 143 and Pam Jarman was third with 144.
The winner of the Vick Rose Bowl on Wednesday was Janice Thwaites with 36. Second was Anne Brokenbrow, also on 36, and third was Anne Court (32).
Neil Woolfrey and Jonathan Robertson won the Gary Milne Classic, scoring 45 points to emerge victorious after a close contest.
The runners-up, with 44, were Merbyn Pullen and Steve Westaway, with Gary Quinn and Shaun Greenaway (44) in third.
Sam and Andy Rockey won the Kastner Cup, scoring 37 points.
Club captain Quintin Payne-Cook won the scratch prize in the Submariners' Shield and August medal.
His gross 75 was enough to beat Matt Arnold on a countback and win the division one prize with a nett 66.
Division two was won by Keith Bevan with 68. Division three was won by John Smale with 67.
Jonathon Harvey won the midweek stableford with 42 points. Second was Gary Pell with 37.
Stephanie Moffat hit 38 points to claim the silver division of the ladies' stableford.
Bronze division one was won by Di Botterill, with 44, which proved to be the overall winning score as well. Bronze two was won by Viv Jordan with 35.
Colin Cole hit a nett 60 to win the seniors' Don McRae Trophy.
In division one, Pete Caston was victorious shooting a 65 to just beat Basil Jose on a countback.
Seniors Don McRae Trophy, Division 1: 1 P Caston 65; 2 B Jose 65. Division 2: 1 C Cole 60; 2 P Willcocks 66
Midweek stableford: 1 J Harvey 42; 2 G Pell 37
Ladies stableford, silver division: 1 S Moffat 38; 2 F Shrubsole 34. Bronze 1: 1 D Botterill 44, 2 D Warren 40. Bronze 2: 1 V Jordan 35, 2 V Bailey 31
August medal & Submariners' Shield, Division 1: 1 Q Payne-Cook 66, 2 M Curtis 66. Division 2: 1 K Bevan 68, 2 B Kelly 68. Division 3: 1 J Smale 67, 2 D Hawke 68
Kelvin Curtis continued his improved form with victory in the August stableford.
After taking fifth place in the previous event, he tasted victory with a score of 38 points. His consistent scoring saw him register six pars in a solid back nine.
Chris Senik almost overhauled him with three birdies on the back nine but he had to settle for second, one point behind.
Senik edged out Simon Vicary, who could have finished higher but for three double bogeys in the last three holes.
Results, August stableford: 1 K Curtis 38pts, 2 C Senik 27, 3 S Vicary 37, 4 A Rooker 36, 5 H Chau 35, 6 P Waters 35, 7 N Woodman 34, 8 T Evans 34
Padbrook Park suffered their first defeat of the East Devon League by the narrowest of margins. They lost 3-2 to Exminster at Axe Cliff.
The result left Padbrook third in the table with four points. Honiton, who have won all three of their matches so far, lead the table.
Padbrook's next match is against second-placed Fingle Glen at Honiton later this month.
Cary Rawlings fell at the first hurdle in his defence of the All Floors Scratch Cup.
He lost 3&1 to Will Blundell in a match that came alive with birdies on the back nine.
Last year's runner-up Hamish Marshall went through with a 2&1 win over Mark Perrott.
Results, All Floors Scratch Cup round 1: D Payne lost to H Chau, H Marshall bt M Perrott, W Blundell bt C Rawlings, D Hepburn bt J Smith, G Campbell bt M Thomas. Quarter-final draw: P Moore v G Stevenson, H Chau v H Marshall, W Blundell v D Hepburn, G Campbell v T Evans
Midweek stableford: 1 P Waters 21, 2 D Payne 20, 3 A Rooker 20, 4 D Hepburn 19, 5 C Manley 19, 6 I Carvell 18
Consolation Cup, round 1: K Curtis bt H Evans, G Parker bt P Reed, D Stamp bt B Colbourne, I Carvell lost to T Martin, J Palmer lost to A Jones, H Chau bt D Silversides, A Rooker lost to D Payne, D Turner bt S Palmer. Quarter-final draw: K Curtis v G Parker, D Stamp v T Martin, A Jones v H Chau, D Payne v D Turner
Harriet Allsebrook won the British Girls' Open Amateur Championship for under-15s at Tiverton after a marathon five-hole play-off.
The 14-year-old, from Shifnal, Shropshire, birdied the first to defeat one-handicapper Victoria Mallett after both posted three-over totals of 299.
There was disappointment for Tiverton's Grace Jackson, who scored 85 and 84 and missed the half-way cut by one shot.
Austria's Emma Spitz finished four under after 54 holes to claim a runaway victory in the under-13 championship.
The 13-year-old fired rounds of 73, 71 and 74 to come in 15 shots ahead of Martha Lewis, of St George's Hill, Surrey.
The club are holding their third social golf event of the summer on the evening of Friday, August 9 – a three-club team competition over nine holes.