WARSAW – The 29th Annual Beaman Home Golf Scramble netted $16,700 to support the Beaman Home’s mission of providing essential services to domestic violence victims and their children. With 27 teams participating, the day was full of fun and friendly competition at Rozella Ford Golf Club.
The K21 Health Foundation team took home first place in the scramble with a score of 52 (18 under par). Team members Rich Haddad, Joe Graham, Tracy Furnivall and Michael Harstine each received a Meijer gift card and a bottle of Streven vodka or Gevell gin. Johnson & Widaman LLC was the runner-up, with team members Dan Widaman, Glynn Johnson, Clifford Thomas and Brian Peterson taking home second place with a score of 55 (15 under par). Each team member won an Oak & Alley gift card and a bottle of Streven vodka or Gevell gin.
All teams had options to pay for mulligans and a creative way to further the advancement of their ball on a day full of crazy antics. Bowen Center sponsored a hole where golfers paid to advance a remote-control car to improve their tee-off position. At the end of the day, Bowen Center employees presented Beaman Home with $1,285 raised by their RC challenge.
Other contests the players participated in were the longest drive, longest putt, and closest to the pin. The longest drives were won by Justin Kaler and Chris LaLonde. The longest putt winner was Rod Mayer and Michael Harstine won the closest to the pin. All players were also given a chance to win a Ferris Zero-turn Mower sponsored by Kerlin Tractor and Motorsports for a hole-in-one on a specified hole.
Beaman Home has provided services to victims of domestic violence and their children since 1985. For more information, please visit, www.thebeamanhome.com or find us on Facebook. If you, or someone you know, is a victim of abuse – there is help! Please do not hesitate to contact Beaman Home’s Toll Free 24/7 Crisis Hotline at (877) 725-9363.