The format for the two-day, shotgun start "Summer Hummer" was a two-man, one low ball event.
In the end, it was a short putt sunk by Lewisburg Police Chief Chuck Forbis on the Par 4 second hole at Saddle Creek in a three-team playoff that gave Forbis and his partner Ryan Johnson the coveted title over Les Pendergrass and Elton Sawyer.
The theme for the divisions was based on the popular 1980 golf comedy film Caddyshack, starring Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, and Bill Murray.
The Danny Noonan flight consisted of the eight lowest handicapped golfers and was won by the team of Eddie and Rob Wiles, who shot 65 on Saturday and 60 on Sunday for a combined 125 net score.
Coming in second place in the Noonan division, one shot behind the Wiles' was Joey Morefield and Tracy Hazel (64-62).
In third place was the Bill and Jared Parsons team (62-66).
Troy Frassrand and Dwight Church finished in second place, shooting 65, 66 and in third was the Bill and Brian Marsh twosome, coming to the clubhouse on Sunday after a pair of 66's.
The Carl Spackler division (3rd Flight) ended in a three-way tie at 127.
The final flight was aptly named the Al Czervik Division and was won by the jokers Dave Khoury and John Serley, who shot a pair of 63's for a net score of 126.
Khoury and Serley were given 31 shots over the two-day event and took advantage of their Rodney Dangerfield like play until being eliminated on the first playoff hole.
The third place spot in the Czervik division went to Barry White and Rick Towne (68-61).
Saturday's closest to the pin honors went to Straley Holton on the Par 3 fifth hole, Mason Sellers on the always difficult Par 3 7th hole, Jared Parson stuck it close on the Par 3 13th hole and Sean Sweeney took the honors on the Par 3 17th hole.
The MGA's final event of the year will be the Match Play Championship on September 9.