15 clubs contested the championship, which was first played in 1988, and it was the host club, Ardeer, who set the early target with a three scores from four total of 236.
Led by 2008 Ayrshire Boys Championship runner up, Sam Findlater, who returned 78, the Welbeck team of Sam Findlater, Charles Macneill, Callum Beveridge and David Wilson overtook the total with all four players scoring in the 70's for a team total of 227.
The Ardeer team of Daniel Forbes, Joseph Howie, Michael Howie and Richard Wyllie - pictured left - had the consolation of recording the best nett team total and winning the Andrew D. Nimmo Trophy for their efforts.
Runners up in the scratch championship were West Kilbride - pictured right - represented by Cameron McLean, Kieran Howie, Fraser McKay and Ross Hunter, who returned a team total of 242.
In the competition for individual prizes, David Wilson (Troon Welbeck) - pictured left - won the Prestwick Circuits Trophy for the best scratch score of the day with his one over par 72.
The best nett score returned was 74 - 8 = 66 from Joseph Howie (Ardeer) - pictured right - who won the carrick Trophy for his performance.
The 0 - 9 handicap class was won by Craig Telfer (Prestwick St. Cuthbert) with 73 - 4 = 69 whilst the 10 - 18 handicap class was won, by virtue of the better inward half, by Craig McClure (New Cumnock) with 89 - 18 = 71
The team placings in the championship, on a scratch basis, were :-
227 - TROON WELBECK
236 - ARDEER
242 - WEST KILBRIDE
243 - LOUDOUN
244 - LARGS
245 - AYR BELLEISLE
247 - IRVINE RAVENSPARK
249 - PRESTWICK ST. CUTHBERT
252 - BALLOCHMYLE
254 - PRESTWICK ST. NICHOLAS
254 - KILMARNOCK BARASSIE
272 - TROON ST. MEDDANS
284 - NEW CUMNOCK
284 - IRVINE
Prizes were presented to the successful individuals and teams, at the conclusion of the championship, by Ritchie McCulloch, Captain of Ardeer (on left of picture).