“It’s the largest amount we’ve ever raised from the tournament, and it’s helping United Way,” said David Vick, Supervisor, Water Meter Services for MLGW.
Glen Eagle Golf Course in Millington hosted a record number of golfers – 140 – for the recent MLGW/United Way Golf Tournament late last month. Golfers teamed up to play their best shots in the four -man scramble contest.
The finish was extremely close, with the winning team posting an impressive score of 55, only one stroke ahead of the second-place team. United Way wishes to thank all of the MLGW players who braved playing in summer heat to raise $9,500 from player fees and sponsorships for United Way, especially David Staggs and his event team of MLGW volunteers who made the event happen.
“Everyone I spoke with really enjoyed the tournament. Most important, we came together as a group and raised money to help United Way’s work in Memphis and the Mid-South!” Staggs said.
First Flight First Place team: Richard Smith, Garage-NSC; Richard Boda, Contracted Svcs; Bubba Hinton and Scott Gresham with a team score of 55.
Second Flight First Place team: David Vick, Water Meter; Robbie Gaia, Cust. Accts. and Recs.; David Staggs, Rev. Prot., and Mike Chitwood, who scored a 67.
Closest to the Pin:
Ian Brown, Ket Accts. (Hole #8) and Richard Smelster, Gas Dist. – BSC (hole#14)
Please see our gallery of pictures below: (Special thanks to Dan Hope for the pics)