Bathurst and Forbes have extended their lead in the Central Western District Golf Association pennants top grade.
With matches moved from Duntryleague over the weekend due to wild weather, games between Mudgee and Cowra and Dubbo and Forbes were moved to Parkes, while Bathurst notched up its 4-1 victory over Parkes in Forbes.
Bathurst nabbed its 4-1 win with relative ease, but four of the games were close towards the end.
David Clemens and Myles Smith took their match to the 19th hole while Reece Hodson and James Chapple only had one hole left when their matches were decided.
Aaron Wilkie nabbed Parkes' only victory, winning 2&1 over Robert Hey.
Forbes won a nail-biter over Dubbo, with only Chris Schubert winning comprehensively over Forbes' Peter Dawson.
Schubert's teammate Matt Gleeson won in the 21st hole, but Forbes' Daniel Bayley, Shane Sallaway and Steven Betland all had wins by slim margins - by one hole, at the 19th and two holes respectively.
Mudgee whacked Cowra 5-nil, with Patrick Edenborough and Jacob Moodie the only Cowra golfers able to make inroads in one and two hole losses respectively.
Kris Stathopolous, Dallas Kelly and Josh Campbell all had convincing wins.
Duntryleague had the bye.
The win leaves Bathurst and Forbes ahead on two wins apiece, while Mudgee and Parkes have a win and a loss.