FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
6/11/2012 3:00:00 AM
6/11/2012 1:29:30 PM
Results and wrap-up from the 2012 KDH Foundation Golf Benefit
With 40 teams and beautiful weather, the King's Daughters' Hospital Foundation wrapped up another successful Golf Benefit outing on Friday, June 8 at Sunrise Golf Course in Madison. Proceeds from the event support wellness and educational programs offered through the King's Daughters' Hospital.
Wehr Constructors captured the Men's Division title, followed by Koch Air and Intex. Collection Associates won the Mixed / Women's Division title, followed by teams sponsred by Dr. George Alcorn and Neace Lukens. Sean Alderman earned the Longest Dirve title for the Men and Nadja Boone had the Longest Drive for Women. Tony Waltz won the Closest to the Pin contest.
"We are so blessed to have such great support from our golfers and sponsors," said KDH Foundation Director Sue Livers. "We had a super turnout and great weather. Everyone had a good time. Local PGA Pro Jeff Bridgeford and his team at Sunrise always provide us an exceptional experience. We had a truly remarkable day."
In addition to the golf, participants were able to bid on three silent auction items: Signed autographed prints of Anthony Davis, Joey Votto, and Arnold Palmer. All three items met the reserve price and were auctioned. We hope to have additional items next year.
For more information about the KDH Foundation Golf Benefit, contact Sue Livers at 812-265-0555 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Next year's event will be Friday, June 7, 2013.
Results from the 2012 Golf Benefit:
1st Place - Wehr Constructors: Jeff McMahan, Shawn Woosley, Brandon Berry, Keith Alexander
2nd Place - Koch Air: Cale Hensel, Mickey Geer, Jeremy Geer, Chris Hostetler
3rd Place - Intex: Jack Shea, Jack Shea, Jr., Tommy Voltz, Troy Glenn
Mixed / Women's Division
1st Place - Collection Associates: Jessical Gilliam, Jack Wilhelm, Jim Nichols, Kyle Lyon
2nd Place - Dr. George Alcorn: George Alcorn, George Alcorn, Jr., Robin Purvis
3rd Place - Neace Lukens: Betty Bowyer-Maddox, Mike Maddox, Bill Johnson, Mike Minors