Pine Forest won the Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association match played at Shadowmoss with a score of zero points. Coosaw Creek was second with minus 14 and RiverTowne third at minus 32.

Al Dixon and Lowell McGauhey, both of Pine Forest, were the top individuals with 6 points, while George Adrian and Rick Lindgren of Coosaw Creek and Rich Murphy of RiverTowne each had 5 points.

Stono Ferry leads the yearly standings after 11 matches with 108 points, followed by: Wescott, 97.5; Pine Forest, 90.5; Charleston Municipal, 89.5; Crowfield, 86.5; Dunes West, 84.5; Berkeley, 80.5; Shadowmoss, 75; Legend Oaks, 68; Miler, 67.5; Coosaw Creek, 64.5; Charleston National, 62.5; RiverTowne, 47.5.

Omar Shriners will hold a series of fund-raising events, including a golf tournament, to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children Oct. 17-20. The events include a charity gala at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at Omar Shrine Temple; the Celebrity Golf Classic Oct. 18 at Summerville Country Club and Pine Forest Country Club; and the Shriners Parade at 3 p.m. Oct. 20 in Summerville. Charity gala tickets are $100, while the golf tournament entry fee is $100 per player or $400 per team. Celebrities include former Clemson coach Danny Ford and Tiger standouts Keith Jennings and Jim Stuckey, former NFL player and Summerville native Kevin Long; major league baseball players Matt Wieters and Justin Smoak; and former South Carolina player Harold Green. Visit omarshriners.org.

Wilson Rogers won the Summerville Country Club senior men’s club championship, shooting 76-77—153, beating Jay Baldwin by three shots. Tom Muse finished third at 163. Bob Hampe won the second flight with a score of 165, beating Charlie Tapp in a playoff. Johnny Sims won the Statesman (65-plus) division with a 74-77—151, followed by Don Williams with a 153. Hal Ledbetter was the second flight winner with a score of 155; Jim Boyle won the third flight with a score of 165; and Orin Parler won the fourth flight with a 176. Tom Carmany won the Senior Presidents Cup (low net).

Jamie Wilson of Mount Pleasant won the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour boys 11-14 age group in the event played at Myrtle Beach National’s West course, shooting a two-day total of 142.

The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour’s Loudmouth Golf Junior Open is Oct. 20-21 at Patriots Point. The registration deadline is Wednesday. Visit hjgt.org for information.

Unlimited Performance, represented by Bishop David Thompson, John Hyland, Russ Robinson and John Carroll won the Outback Steakhouse Charity Classic at RiverTowne benefitting East Cooper Meals on Wheels.