A first half Jack Mazzone goal was all the Gs required to take home all three points from Bedford Town.
Captain Antonio Simeone dropped back into defence to partner Tom Willment in the absence of Ashley Lloyd, with Steve Brown slotting into central midfield.
An encouraging start from the Gs saw Will Hutton test the keeper early on with a well struck free kick, whist at the other end Curtis Shaw saw an effort go narrowly wide for the Eagles.
Godalming took the lead in the 28th minute, when Adam Cornell headed a corner back across the face of the goal, leaving Jack Mazzone with a simple tap in.
Bedford keeper Garry Malone did well to keep the score at 1-0, when just before half time he made a great reaction save after the ball deflected off one of his own defenders.
Jack Mazzone and Adam Cornell both had chances to double the Gs lead, but their efforts failed to find the target.
The home side were angered on 65 minutes when they felt they should have been awarded a penalty after a handball, but the officials saw nothing wrong.
Antonio Simeone went close twice in the closing stages, first heading off the top of the crossbar from a corner, and then having a header cleared off the line. Sub Graeme Purdy nearly sealed things late on, but his strike was well blocked by Josh McGoldrick.
The final away game of the season finished 1-0 to the Gs, who have taken 31 points on the road this season.