The Lynbrook men’s club championship went down to the wire Sunday.
Craig Benson and Nick Lepine finished tied at 145 at the end of the two-day tournament. Benson earned the club championship through retrogression — the act of working backwards from the last hole to see which golfer had the lowest score on the last hole that was not tied.
Debbie Firth won the Lynbrook ladies club championship with a two-day total of 180. She finished eight shots ahead of Dianne Breton.
Ethel Akin won the ladies low net with a score of 151.
Lou-Anne Lambert won the ladies first flight with a score of 189, which was three shots ahead of Sharon Knittel. The low net in the first flight was won by Lori Gaucher with a 140.
Dustin Usher had the best men’s low net in the championship flight with a score of 138.
Jason Breton won the men’s first flight. He and Brian Magee finished tied with a 161 total. Mike Biette won the low net with a score of 132.
Paul Goddard won the senior men’s club championship with a score of 150. He was two shots ahead of Don Higgins. Fred Collins won the senior men’s low net with a score of 141.
John Stirton won the senior men’s first flight with a score of 156. He won by retrogression over Don Peterson. Bob Spencer won the low net.