Verity Charity Golf Tournament raises twice as much as last year

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On a beautiful day in September, 84 golfers headed out to the The Sanctuary to enjoy a round of golf to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Beaufort County. This year the tournament raised $20,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs which is double the amount they were able to raise from this event a year ago.

The winning low gross team was Mike Upchurch, Neal and Belton McCarty and Brent Cooper who each received a hand-etched crystal trophy donated by Modern Jewelers. In addition, a larger replica of the trophy will be displayed in The Sanctuary club house. In a fitting salute to the founder of this tournament, Bill Verity’s great-grandson, Trip, presented the trophies. A big “thank you” goes to The Sanctuary who donated their course and clubhouse for a day and to Modern Jewelers for their trophies and to everyone who made this day such a success.

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