DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 12, 2015) – An enthusiastic group of 48 golfers teed off at the Kings Point Executive Golf Course on Nov. 7 to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of South Florida. The 10th Annual Kings Point Golf Tournament raised $24,335 to help fight this life-threatening, genetic disease that progressively steals its victims’ ability to breathe.
“This community is the kind that rallies behind important causes like the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to help fund the research needed to fight this terrible disease,” said Tournament Chair Bill Guimond.
The tournament was played on Kings Point’s Robert Trent Jones-designed, 18-hole course. It was open to the public, and sponsorships ranged from $375.00 to $5,000.00.
The winning women’s team represented Kings Point Women’s League, and the winning men’s team was from Precision Air. Closest to Pin winners were J. Lopez, Barbara Tavel and Mark Bryan. Angie Carroll and Mark Bryan won Beat the Pro.
The King’s Point Recreation Area has two golf courses, three clubhouses, an indoor aquatic center, outdoor swimming pools, a 1280-person theatre, two restaurants, exercise facilities, art studios and numerous other amenities for its 14,000 residents. For more information, please contact the Kings Point Recreation Area office at 561-499-3335.
Photos of the event: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/udvicay5db4ev44/AADgnU_ylrALs3ifaZws7mVQa?dl=0
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