BHA Golf Tournament Raises $20,000

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BHA GolfThe Bahamas Hotel Association hosted its 13th Annual Golf Tournament on Sunday, October 9, 2011 at the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island. It was a fun day for all and was in support of our youth and the future of our industry. Photos...

 Thirteen was a lucky number for 25 seasoned and budding golfers who walked away with awards after the Bahamas Hotel Association's 13th annual golf tournament at the Ocean Club, Paradise Island.

Despite the threat of inclement weather, a record number of 104 golfers registered to claim bragging rights while helping to raise over $20,000 for student scholarships and a range of programmes which the BHA is doing in the nation's schools.

"We are most appreciative of the tremendous support from our members, friends of BHA, and of course the golfers for supporting this year's tournament," said BHA president Stuart Bowe.

"The turnout was fantastic. It will go a long way next year toward matching and we hope exceeding the record 12 students who were awarded scholarships this year as a result of previous efforts. The tournament and our auctions have helped to put 81 young Bahamians through college during the past year with scholarships valued at $287,000," Bowe added.

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Tournament organisers Fred Lunn, John Spinks, Ted Adderley, Nelson O'Kelley and Billy Lee commended the golfers for their support.

The winners of this year's tournament were announced during an awards ceremony following the tournament, sanctioned by the Bahamas Golf Federation.

Capturing first place was the team of Peter Muscroft and Doug Cowper which was sponsored by Royal Star Assurance.

They were followed by Cliff Petford and Jake Neudorf.

 

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Third place honours went to the Royal Bank of Canada team of Phil Andrews and G Hill.

Fred Lunn and Errol Brown took fourth place and were sponsored by the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board.

Rounding out the top 10 teams in fifth place was Roger Chow-How and Eddie Carter.

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Sixth place went to Andrew Burrows and John Kinger.

Taking seventh was Jeffrey Walcott and Tyrone Cunningham, representing BTC.

Nicholas Knowles and Harrison Collins took eighth.

Ninth place went to Jim Wilson and Patrick Knowles, representing Scotiabank.

Capturing 10th was Nelson O'Kelly and Paul Burke of Kerzner International.

The Tribune
Published On:Thursday, October 13, 2011

 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2011 18:49