More than 100 players, ranging in age from 12 to 78, contested the two-ball/better-ball event which also saw the second and third-placed teams locked on net scores of 61.
Geoff Taylor and Gerald Schmelter were second, getting the edge on Peter Downes and Gordon Walker on the count-back system.
Several prizes that tested the skills of golfers were also up for grabs and National Hero and former Barbados golfer and cricketer Sir Garfield Sobers upstaged his younger rivals as he won the closest-to-pin prize on the tenth hole.
Sir Garry, now 78 and still timing his strokes delightfully, landed his tee-shot within two feet of the pin on a tee-box which forced players to hit from south to north.
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