Sean Morris topped Robert Chin in an exciting play-off to secure the overall title at the 36-hole Heroes Weekend Classic at Cinnamon Hill Golf Course.
Morris made good use of home-course knowledge, shooting two strokes under par (70) to take the lead on the first day. He picked up 10 additional stokes on day two of the championship to tie with Robert Chin (77, 73) and force a shoot-out for the title.
In the resulting play-off, Morris birdied hole number one ahead of Chin, who parred the hole, to emerge overall champion, while Chin emerged the senior champion.
Rory Jardine took the top prize in the 0-6 category - another evenly contested and very competitive segment - with 159 strokes. Jardine finished with the same score as Ricardo Perry, but earned the title on the basis of having the better back 18 round.
Montego Bay's Vinroy Dell took top honours in the 7-11 category with a combined score of 164 (78, 86) over the two days, while Nigel Davy was second with 169.
In the 12-17 category, Don Gary won after finishing with a 170 (80, 90) total.
Gordon Hutchinson, Jamaica Golf Association past president, created excitement on the course by shooting the same score as his number of years on the second day, as he finished strongly to win the Super Seniors title. Hutchinson shot 11 pars, five birdies, one bogey and one double bogey to end Sunday's round with 70 - two shots under par. On the first day, he had scored 83 for an overall total of 153.
National representatives Fred Sutherland (164) and Dennis Atkinson (165) finished first and second, respectively, in the 0-12 Super Senior category.
The newest recruit to the Super Senior category, Teddy Richards, was first with 163 (80, 83) in the 13-18 group, while Khaleel Azan copped first place, ahead of Carlyle Hudson, in the 19-24 group. Both men finished with 186 and 199, respectively.
Jodi Barrow won the women's title with 155 (74, 81) strokes, while in the 0-12 section, Michele Gabay finished first with 160 (76, 84).
Dianne Hudson ended the tournament on 212, finishing first in the 13-24 handicap category.
In the boys' 16-17 category, Jordan Lowe (167) emerged the winner after a six-hole play-off with Sandals-based Romaine Evans (167).
Ethan Jones took top honours in the 14-15 segment with 181, while in the boys' 11-13 group, Sebert Walker Jr beat Jack Stein in a one-hole play-off. Both were tied on 165 strokes after two days.
Katarina Lai (222) finished ahead of her sister, Evelyn Lai (246), in the girls' 11-13 group, while Don Patterson emerged the nett winner among the one-day entries with 73. Sharon Smith was first in the women's category with a nett score of 80.