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Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation

Golf Invitational

The Tournament

June 25, 2018


The Country Club at Muirfield Village

8715 Muirfield Dr, Dublin, OH 43017


Cost - $325 per golfer * $1,200 per foursome


Format - Four person team scramble. Divisional scoring with prizes for teams in two divisions.

EVENT SCHEDULE


8:00 am   - Registration opens

8:30 am   - Practice Facilities

10:30 am - Shotgun start

Dinner and program after tournament

On Course Games

HOLE IN ONE

Opportunity to win cash and prizes

LONGEST PUTT

Nail the longest putt of the day and win.

CLOSEST TO THE PIN

Seek it close to the pin.

LONGEST DRIVE

Grip and rip it to win.

PUTTING CONTEST ($)

Sink your putts for a chance to win.

BUY A DRIVE ($)

Skip the tees and start your team in the middle of the fairway with one stroke.

PAR 3 POKER ($)

Each player begins their hand with 2 cards. Land on the green of the par 3 holes and receive another card. Miss and players have the option of purchasing a card for that hole. The best hand of 5 cards wins.

Longest Drive - Leigh Anderson

Longest Putt - Todd Michael

Closest to the Pin - Joe Casalino

Putting contest - Kris Hinchcliff

Par 3 Poker - Dean Glispie (50/50 winner $540)


June 25, 2018

The Country Club at Muirfield Village


Top Gross Division

1st Place (Standard Parking & Ohio Expo Center)

Virgil Strickler

Tim Anderson

Leigh Anderson

Alex Vegh


2nd Place (CBIZ)

Jim Irwin

Dave Rule

Jeff Schapel

Todd Bollinger


3rd Place (Rea & Associates)

Joe Casalino

Ben Antonelli

Brent Ardit

John Kurtin


2017 Results


 



Open Division

1st Place (United Producers)

Sam Roberts

Logan Zuk

Tom Hazelwood

Sam Shuey


2nd Place (Ohio Harness Horseman's Assoc.)

Calvin Hollar

Jeff Cox

Charlie Myrick

Tye Loy


3rd Place (Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Board)

Mike Bensman

Kyle Smith

Bill Waddle

Cy Prettyman

For over three decades Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation has been committed to driving community change, stimulating new ideas, and engaging audiences in a conversation around sustainable agriculture.


We know that it takes a collaborative approach to growing a vibrant farm and food community. That’s why we’re building unique partnerships by investing in local programs committed to addressing Ohio’s agricultural challenges. To date more than $2 million has been granted to projects that focus on agricultural education, environment and economic issues.


We strive to support the next generation of agriculture producers, scientists, and business and community leaders. By providing scholarships and professional development opportunities, we’re supporting leaders breaking new ground in agriculture.



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