21 Jun Trinity team places first in Conway Regional Classic
A team representing Trinity Development team shot a 52 and finished first on June 5 in the 21st Annual Conway Regional Golf Classic. Their score topped the two-round, four-player scramble, which featured 47 teams of amateur golfers.
“We feel very blessed that the rain held off and we were able to complete two rounds of golf on a day that could have been wet and stormy,” said Marla Hambuchen, special events coordinator for the Conway Regional Health Foundation. “We would like to thank the numerous sponsors for their generous support of the Conway Regional Golf Classic.
“We are particularly grateful to our presenting sponsors Nabholz Construction, Therapy and Rehab Solutions and Centennial Bank for their consistent support of the Conway Regional Health System.”
Trinity Development was made up of Jim Rankin, Adam Harrison, Jason Cuthbertson and Matt Fiddler. Second place in the tournament went to the Therapy and Rehab Solutions-Taylor team made up of Rick Taylor, Butch Phillips, Kerry Molder and Ty Molder. Both teams played in the first flight of the afternoon round.
The third best team score of the afternoon round and the tournament was a 53 shot by the Therapy and Rehab Solutions-Smith team.
Nabholz-Hannah, Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Cromwell Architects and Engineers were the top teams in the second flight of the afternoon round.
The first flight of the morning round was won by the Coleman’s Office Supply team with a score of 54, followed by the Arthur J. Gallagher & Co (56) and the Simplex-Grinnell (58) teams. The CoreSource, Arkansas Blood Institute and Centennial Bank teams topped the second flight of the morning round.
Proceeds from this year’s tournament will be dedicated to continuing education and scholarships for Conway Regional staff and the community. “We know the young people of our community are very grateful for the support they receive in their pursuit of careers as doctors, nurses, pharmacists, therapists and technologists.”
Over the past 20 years, the Conway Regional Health Foundation has awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships, and a good portion of those funds have been raised through the golf tournament. “This investment helps ensure our community continues to have access to highly trained medical professionals who provide high quality, compassionate care through the Conway Regional Health System.”
Longest Drive-Men, Hole 10, O. J. Posey
Longest Drive-Women, Hole 10, Lee Ann Hess
Closest to the Pin, Hole 16, Debbi Nabholz
Closest to the Pin on the Shootout, Dr. Jevin Smith
Longest Drive-Men, Hole 10, William Otto
Longest Drive-Women, Hole 10, Stephanie Stephens
Closest to the Pin, Hole 16, Carson Roberts
Closest to the Pin Shootout, Taylor Smith