Central Maine’s most prized golf tournament fundraiser took place under clear skies on Monday, June 6 at the Waterville Country Club. Thirty-six teams took part in the shotgun rush.
Nearly 50 companies provided sponsorship or in-kind donations for the tournament.
“We were thrilled to be part of this year’s event once again – and had a waiting list of teams wanting to participate,” said Kim Lindlof, President and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce of central Maine. “We were also happy that the weather cooperated, with a beautiful sunny day from the Chamber of Commerce and an enjoyable day of golf for everyone involved.”
The winners were:
Summer barbecue package: Chad Kelly, Bangor Savings Bank;
50/50 winner: Brian Robbins, Jr. – Central Maine Power Co.;
Raw team score for first place: Mid-Maine Marine—Garret Prelgovisk, Rob Moody, Scott McManaman, Tim Mitchell;
Raw team score for second place: The insurance guys—Gary Levesque, Shawn Michaud, Cliff Hannon, Christian Gabrielsen;
Raw team score for third place: Damon’s Drink—Jeff Damon, Mark McGowan, Luke Collier, Flint Collier;
Net team score for first place: Central Maine Motors Auto Group—Chris Gaunce, Matt Loubier, Shad West, Jason Lyford;
Net team score for second place: Liquidation of Caswell – Dwight Leighton, Paul Stevens, Jon Dubois, Brian Gordon;
Net team score for third place: Nicholson, Michaud & Cie—Derek Gervais, Scott Nivus, Erik Nadeau, Steve Falcom;
Longest trip – Male: Chris Farrar-Huhtamaki; Female: Sawyer Boulette—Alfond Youth and Community Centre;
Straightest Drive – Male: Rob Moody – Mid Maine Navy; Female: Laura Rowe – MHM Insurance;
Closest to pin—hole #2: Man: Scott McManaman – Mid Maine Navy; Female: Sarah Vanderwood-AT&T;
Closest to Pin—Hole #6: Male: Jeff Damon – Damon’s drink;
Closest to Pin—Hole #13: Male: Travis Hotham -Drink of the Valley;
Closest to Pin—Hole #16: Male: Shad West-Central Maine Motors Auto Group; Female: Sawyer Boulette – Alfond Youth and Community Centre;
Highest team score: Standard sealing—Isaac Thompson, Theresa Thompson, Patrick Michaud, Jen Michaud.
Chamber Golf Classic Committee Chair Rick Whalen added, “We would like to thank the staff at Waterville Country Club and all of the businesses in the area for their participation – whether it’s posting a team, provide volunteers or in-kind donations, or be a sponsor. Your support makes this a successful fundraiser.
The Mid-Maine Chamber Golf Classic is made possible by major sponsors Central Maine Power and Maine State Credit Union and several additional sponsors.
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