Five teams participated in this rainy Saturday event, but only one team would have its members immortalized as the first players to win the tournament. It was a hard-fought battle that saw two teams post a respectable four over 76 in a tie for second, while one team brought their A game, posting a three over 75 to win the tournament and the title.
But the day was not all about scores. Other notable achievements included Augustine “boom boom” Chan wining the Long Drive Competition and Bevin “pin hunter” Lyon taking home the prize for landing a drive closest to the pin.
There were also a few stories that made the day memorable as well. Anthony Cogliano tapped into his inner “Happy Gilmore” to provide a unique and effective contribution to the team. It is rumored Michael Culkin was able to capture it on video.
Also, Woody Brown, in a masterful display of driving ability, saved Bevin Lyon, the cart and himself from a near disaster. For this he won a brand new golf bag donated by Golf Town.
The tournament came down to the final group and the final putt. Bevin Lyon, Tomas Kuras, Matt Shaw, and Woody Brown crowded the 18th green with the rest of the competitors to watch the final group play out the final hole. The game – and the winner of the trophy – was still undecided at this point. As the pressure poured on, Intelex President and CEO Mark Jaine sunk a long, 20-foot put to put his team in second place.
Once the score cards were tallied, we had clear winners: Bevin, Tomas, Matt and Woody would take home the big prize and trophies. Congratulations everyone on a great round!
If you want to take part in the 2011 Intelex Fall Classic, touch base with Matt Shaw. Details are currently in the works and will be released over the summer. If you missed the spring classic do not make the same mistake twice!