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posted May 20, 2013 - 4:37:42pm
Almost 100 golfers took to the course at Daytona Beach Golf Course North May 11 for the 14th annual golf tournament hosted by the Rotary Club of Port Orange-South Daytona.
The tournament raised more than $8,000, with proceeds supporting the community activities of the club, including the High School Scholar/Athlete Program, a scholarship program at Daytona State College, The Volusia/Flagler Partnership for Children and other local Rotary charities.
Players, including teams from more than a dozen Corporate Sponsors, enjoyed a putting game, lunch, and raffle prizes.
The first place team, shown here, from Tijuana Flats included Josh Fogarty, Matt Ting, Connie Petenis and Pia Jenko.
The second place team of John Walter, Steve Jack, Tony Divizio and Steve DeLaroche was sponsored by the New Smyrna Beach Rotary.
The father and sons team of Mike Elkins, Tom Elkins, Rick Elkins and Paul Elkins, sponsored by Daytona Cigar Company took third place.
Other winners include:
Closet to the Pin
Hole #2 – W. G. Watts
Hole #6 – Susan Knapp
Hole #11 – Connie Petenis
Hole #14 – Mike Donadio
Longest Drive – Mike Griffin and Connie Petenis
Closest to the Line – Tony Dinizio and Georgeann Luxion
Closest to the Beer – Tom Antalek
Other Corporate sponsors include ARC Resin Corp., County Auto Recycling Services, Inc., Hazen Construction, It’s All Good, St. Croix Telecom, Don’s Tree Services, Palm Coast Podiatry, Donadio Law Office, JBT & Associates, Reunion Bank, Thompson Pump & Manufacturing, Inc., Total Vision Eye Health, Walker Roofing, Classic Promotions, State Farm Bill McCabe, Volusia Memorial Funeral Homes & Park, Halifax Health Center Port Orange, and Family Worship Center.
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