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Golf tournament raises funds for United Way

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Here are three members of the winning team of Pro Gold, far right, along with Tina Gentry, United Way of the Lowcountry President and CEO, far left, and tournament sponsor Troy Shaver, next to Gentry.

The United Way of the Lowcountry’s 14th annual golf tournament, sponsored by Dividend Assets Capital, was held Wednesday, October 1 at Secession Golf Course in Beaufort. The event featured a competition among 23 teams and included a silent auction and awards ceremony.

Here are three members of the winning team of Pro Gold, far right, along with Tina Gentry, United Way of the Lowcountry President and CEO, far left, and tournament sponsor Troy Shaver, next to Gentry.
Here are three members of the winning team of Pro Gold, far right, along with Tina Gentry, United Way of the Lowcountry President and CEO, far left, and tournament sponsor Troy Shaver, next to Gentry.

With a score of 112, the first-place winners were the team from Pro Gold: Brad Walker, Brandon Eidson, Eric Hager and Perry Langston. Second place went to Palmetto Electric’s team of Tray Hunter, Jake Baker, Lewie Davis and Frankie Denmark with a score of 116. Third place, with a score of 118, went to the team from event sponsor Dividend Assets Capital: Edward Taylor, Tyler Lusk, Charlie Goodridge and Pratt Reed. Tying for third place were Don Winchester, Tom DeParma, Paul Busick and Bud Tardiff, also with a score of 118.

Underwriting sponsors of the tournament were South State Bank, Palmetto Electric and Hargray.

The annual golf tournament is part of the United Way’s current $2.4 million campaign to raise funds for the Community Investment Program, the Early Grade Reading program and the Helpline.

Other competing teams in the tournament include: Carter Mackay, Lane Construction, The Learning Center, Universal Forest Products, Kenwal Steel, CareCore, Show Turf, Wells Fargo HHI, Hargray, Spring Island, Boys & Girls Club of HHI, Coastal Carolina Hospital, The Baker Brothers, Bill Lortz, Pro Gold, Hilton Head Regional Healthcare, Tideland Realty/BOSS Orthopedics, BB&T and Lowcountry Motors in Bluffton.

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