Education Foundation

Competition Arises at Annual Golf Tournament

A few weeks ago, on Monday, June 10, we hosted our 18th annual Lake Cities Education Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament at the Oakmont Country Club. Our annual golf tournament helps to make countless scholarships and grants a reality for our community. As in past years, the golf tournament was a great success and raised considerable funding for deserving students and teachers in our school district. 

Split into morning and afternoon flights, teams of four duked it out using their competitive spirit to win low gross team, longest drive, closest to the pin, and (if applicable) Hole in One. Every did a fantastic job, and we are so thankful for the positive difference you have made in the lives of our students, teachers, and communities. 

Let’s take a moment and celebrate our tournament winners! 

Morning Flight Winners

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1st Place: Huffines Chevrolet-Lewisville

Golfers: Ralph Shelton, Jeff McCall, Misty Shelton, & Scott Spiegel

2nd Place: CW 2 Christopher Martin Scholarship

Golfers: Bruce Martin, Allen Judkiewicz, Burton Gilliam, & Jim Custer

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3rd Place: American Eagle-Harley Davidson

Golfers: Willy Sullivan, Bryan Tines, David Norris, & Michael Norris

Closest to the Pin

Hole 4: Charlie Brown

Hole 8: Ralph Shelton

Hole 12: Wes Eversole

Hole 17: Matt Murray

Ladies’ Longest Drive: Misty Shelton

Men’s Longest Drive: Tim Battle 

Afternoon Flight Winners

1st Place: First United Bank

Golfers: Jay Ross, Brock McKnight, Craig Jones, & Robert Parker

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2nd Place: Classic of Denton

Golfers: Rick Wick, Don Sterns, Mike Hicks, & Walter Adams

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3rd Place: Gary Peppers State Farm Agency

Golfers: Gary Peppers, Charley Brown, Jake Shockley, & Tommy Rosales

Closet to the Pin: 

Hole 4: Tommy Rosales

Hole 8: Greg Coward

Hole 12: Tanner Deussen

Hole 17: Tanner Deussen

Ladies’ Longest Drive: Jennifer Perry

Men’s Longest Drive: Tommy Rosales

We had a fantastic time with all of our competitors and are so thankful for them as well as the support of our generous sponsors and incredible volunteer team. Thank you, thank you, to everyone who has supported us, near and far. We look forward to sharing the green with you again next year!