New format, same success: Golf tourney boosts Future of Care Campaign
SARANAC LAKE – The threat of thunderstorms never materialized, and the 21st edition of the Adirondack Health Foundation Golf Tournament raised $35,000 for the Future of Care Campaign.
The Future of Care Campaign was launched to raise $12 million toward the $35 million total project cost to build a modern surgical services department in Saranac Lake and a new Health and Medical Fitness building in Lake Placid.
This year’s tournament was a different format than in year’s past with about 132 golfers spread out between the Links course and Mountain course at The Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club.
On the Links Course, Flight One Winners, after settling a three-way tie was the CDPHP team of Bill Defransesco, Ein Marquis, Mike Spicer and Thomas Stransky. Individual awards were given out for Closest to the Pin to Chip Wheeler; Men’s Longest Drive to Rob Kane, and Women’s Longest Drive to Maddie Rocque.
On the Mountain Course, Flight Two Winners, after settling a two-way tie, were the team of David Christopher, Dr. John Decker, George Gregory and Ryan Harte. Individual prizes were given out for Closest to the Pin to Senator Betty Little, Men’s Longest Drive to Chad Owen, and Women’s longest Drive to Janelle Bennett.
Other winners include Julie Connors of NBT Bank who won the 50-50 Raffle, Tom Woodman won the Golf Umbrella and Round of Golf for Four with Cart at Craigwood, and Paul Maroun won the drawing for a new Callaway Driver.
To learn more about the Future of Care Campaign, visit www.FutureofCareCampaign.org.
The Flight One winners of this year’s Adirondack Health Foundation annual golf tournament on the Links Course were the CDPHP team of Bill Defransesco, Ein Marquis, Mike Spicer and Thomas Stransky.
The Flight Two winners of this year’s Adirondack Health Foundation annual golf tournament on the Mountain Course were David Christopher, Dr. John Decker, George Gregory and Ryan Harte.