Founder’s Day Tournament at Golf Club

Founders Day

Tournament Director Jim Terry waves goodbye to his ball.

Special to The Star
Published: Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 12:16 PM.

Last weekend the annual Founder’s day tournament was held at St. Joe Golf & Country Club.

We cannot thank our sponsors, volunteers and staff enough for their hard work in putting this together.   Tournament Director, Jim Terry, wanted to thank all of the participants for making this tournament such a fun outing and competitive event.

More than 30 Teams signed up to play a handicap best ball two-man event with dinner and covered dish following the round of golf. 

The winners were: 1st – Dick Race and Bobby Burns; 2nd – Mike McGarl and Rick Matela; 3rd – Wayne Rich and Jim Harrison.

The longest drive was made by Boyd Bulger and the longest putt by Mish Fuller.

We are extremely thankful for our sponsors who made this tournament possible; Waterfront Auto, Gilbert Pump & Mechanical, Inc., Dan & Barb Van Treese, Seahorse Water Safaris, No Worries Vacation Rentals, Big Fish Construction, LLC, Harmon Realty Vacation, Jim & Barbara Terry, Roberson & Associates, 98 Real Estate, The Port Wine & Fine Spirits, St. Joe Gas, St Joe Rent-All, GPM Land Management, Gulf 2Bay Dev & Const, Tom Gibson, Manhattan Sniff Club, St Joe Ace Hardware, St. Joe Tire, Port St. Joe Marina, Haughty Heron, Centennial, Bluewater Outriggers, KWICO, LLC, Tightline Charters, Boyd & Mitzi Bulger, Paul Penn, Cathey’s Ace Hardware, Tyndall FCU, Capital City, Mel Magidson, Ralph Rish, Aaron Farnsley, Current Solutions, GAC Contractors, Gulf Coast Real Estate Group, Hannon Insurance, Provisions, Forgotten Coast Adventures, Buy-Rite Drugs, Town Talk, Atlas Golf, London Optics, Titlest,  Powerbilt, Thirsty Goat, Port Inn, Sunset Coastal Grill, Edwin Watts Golf, Seahorse Water Safaris, Ramsey’s, Shoreline Spa and Gulf County Tourist Development Council.

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