On Friday, July 15, the Harvest House of Hope hosted their annual golf tournament to raise money for women battling addiction. The results are in and the tournament had its most successful show to date.
This year, participation was at an all-time high as more than 26 teams with a total of 144 people entered the tournament. Also this year there were winners of first place, gross place and second place; as well as the longest ride and closest to the pin winners.
In the morning group, the first place winners were the SASS Restaurant Team, which consisted of Rick Wagner, Kevin Sproul, Jessie Middlebrooks and Brian Harrell.
The Gross place winners were Shelton Murdock, Hill Murdock, Todd Kegler and Jay Hathorn. The team winners in second place were Robbie Clayton, Roger Clayton, Eric Clayton and Tyler Owens.
In the afternoon group, the first team winners were Jason Priest, Cason Priest, Jason Herick and Ray Dodson. The gross scoring team winners were Thomas Vinson, Jake Vinson, Brandon Young and Marcus King. The team that finished in second place in the afternoon group consisted of Shane Turner, Keith Trawick, Trey Godwin and Earl Clinton.
Bainbridge High School golf coach Rex Wade took the longest ride home and Zac Conly took home the closest pin.
Harvest House of Hope director, Cissie Franklin, was pleased with the turnout and the proceeds raised, as they exceeded the amount raised in the previous year. Next year, Harvest House of Hope will host their annual tournament on Friday, July 15, 2023 at the Crooked Oak Country Club in Colquitt.
44 teams have already signed up and more are expected to sign up. Franklin and the Harvest House of Hope would like to thank all of the sponsors and donors who helped make the tournament a success and are looking forward to the tournament in 2023.