Two FIS events took place at the UOP, with competitors from Australia, Germany, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Ukraine and the USA all competing, with Danielle Scott in action on both days and Abbey Willcox in the first event.
On day one Scott finished in third place in the final, performing a full-full and receiving a score of 76.54 from the judges.
VIS teammate Abbey Willcox finished in tenth place after missing her landing, scoring 45.24 for her lay-full in the final.
On day two Scott upped her degree of difficulty performing a double-full full jump, scoring 97.99 to claim the gold medal, with a winning margin of 10.74 points ahead of second place.
After the event Danielle Scott reflected on a great weekend.
"It was a fun but interesting weekend of competition, really warm weather with rain and sticky jumps so a lot of it came down to experience.
"I only had a couple of days to get back on snow after a month off at home, so it felt good to get back in the swing of things quickly and land on the podium both days.
"Thanks to the team around me and to coaches Dima and Sasha for putting me in the right place for the tricky conditions.
"Now for some more training in preparation for the Deer Valley World Cup which is always one of the best and most exciting stops on tour!"
The Deer Valley World Cup will take place under lights on February 2.