The Shoreline Golf Society (SGS) held its championships on the three courses at Lyman Orchards Golf Club in Middlefield on Aug. 8. The SGC crowned its club champion and also its net stableford 27-hole champion at the event.
Matt Fleming of Northford took first place at the SGS Club Championship. Fleming shot a 36-hole score of 151 from the blue tees on the Player and Jones courses on his way to claiming the title.
Scott Feldman of Madison finished in second place by posting a score of 152. Last year’s champion, Glenn Zavorskas of Madison, finished third with a score of 156.
Barry Stratton of Guilford earned first-place honors for the SGS Net Stableford 27-Hole Championship. Stratton recorded 55 stableford points and finished in first place via the United States Golf Association tiebreaking method.
Greg Farnoli of Westbrook and Bill Fitzgerald from Clinton also scored 55 net stableford points. Farnoli finished in second place with the tiebreaker, and Fitzgerald came in third place for the stableford event.