HESSLE'S Nick Fairbank (4) and Scott Laughton (14) proved too strong for Ganstead's Phil Beadle (7) and Sam Walmsley (15) in the Hull & District Golfing Association's Wiles Cup Final.
The Hessle pairing won by 3 and 2 at the 64th staging of the event held at Hull Golf Club.
In a closely-contested final, Fairbank and Laughton got off to a flyer.
Fairbank took the opening hole with a par five only for them to be immediately pegged back with the Ganstead pair winning the second hole.
Steady golf on the front nine saw the Hessle pair progress to two-up after eight, only for them to lose the ninth and turn only one to the good.
Two rapid-fire wins on holes 11 and 12 saw the Hessle duo move to three-up.
Although Beadle and Walmsley clawed a hole back at the 14th the end came at the 16th where neither Ganstead player could find the green with their tee shots.
With Laughton making a regulation par-three the match was over and the combatants were shaking hands.
After receiving the Wiles Cup from the match referee and Hull & District President Tim Hubbard (Withernsea), a delighted Fairbank said: "We knew it would be a tough final and so it proved.
"The front nine was tight and I suppose the turning point was our back-to-back wins on holes 10 and 11 that put us three-up.
"Thereafter it was a question of keeping it tight and that is what we did.
"Having to qualify through your own club competition and then battle through knockout rounds makes this an extremely tough competition to win so, as you can imagine, Scott and I are well pleased both for ourselves and Hessle."