This year's event featured two compete tournaments: a morning flight and an afternoon flight. In the morning flight, The National Grid team carded a 63 to capture first place.
Top individual performers in the morning flight were: Chuck Handley and Grace Burritt closest to the pin on hole 4; Jon Spaulding and Darlene Derocha closest to the pin on hole 18. Pete Cullinan and Grace Burritt, longest drive on hole 1. The team from NRG won the putting contest.
In the afternoon flight the Planned Results, Inc. team shot a 61 to finish in first place. Top individual performers in the afternoon flight were: Jeff LaBoueff and Aimee Johnson closest to the pin on hole 4; Adam Occhino and Diane Hudson closest to the pin on hole 18. Brian Kenney and Marion Ciciarelli, longest drive on hole 1. The team from Dominos Pizza won the putting contest.
"It was a great day for golf," United Way Resource Development Director Lois Luber said. "Everyone had a great time and the money raised will do much to help the many human service programs that United Way helps to fund. I extend a sincere thank you to our major sponsors; Exelon Generation, Entergy James A. FitzPatrick NPP, Novelis, National Grid, and Planned Results, Inc., as well as the many other businesses, organizations and individuals who assisted us with the financial underwriting of the tournament. I also appreciate the hard work and dedication of the golf committee and our many volunteers who gave of their time and talents to help make the event enjoyable for everyone involved. Their efforts played a major role in the success of our golf tournament."