SYRACUSE – The Beaman Home enjoyed a positive setting for its 28th annual golf scramble at South Shore Golf Club.
The outing raised $11,115 to support the Beaman Home’s continued goal of providing essential services to domestic violence victims and their children. With 22 teams participating, Bartel Printing took home first place with a score of 54, 18 under par. Comprising the team were Murray Bartel, Mike LaLonde, Chris LaLonde and Randy Smith, which took home beverage gifts, gift cards and shirts.
Runner-up Nextremity was just one shot back at 55, made up of Shane Hartle, Ryan Schlotterback, Tad Nieter and Rod Mayer.
The event featured several quirks, including an RC car hole, which players could drive a car to the point of its tee position. The hole wound up raising $1,145.
Longest drive winners were Ed Enders and Kelly Millbrandt, longest putt winner was Rich Haddad and Gary Kelly won the closest to the pin.
The Beaman Home has provided services since 1985. For more information, visit the Beaman Home web site or its Facebook page. If you or someone you know is a victim of abuse, do not hesitate to contact the Beaman Home’s toll free 24/7 crisis hotline at (877) 725-9363.