2022 Dosher Golf Classic
Dosher Foundation Golf Tourney Raises $50,000
Thank you to our sponsors, golfers, raffle prize donors, online auction donors, and all volunteers for making the 13th Annual Dosher Foundation Golf Classic a success! On October 14th, the Dosher Classic raised $50,000 for programs and services at the hospital. The Foundation thanks premiere sponsors Griffin Estep Benefit Group and The Orton Foundation along with 30 other sponsors for supporting the 13th annual golf tournament. Along with the sponsors, over 35 donations were made by local businesses and individuals to support gifts, prizes, and items for an online auction. This event would not have been possible without the support of the community, the help of dedicated volunteers, and the Oak Island Golf Club staff who make this event a success.
Lynda Stanley, President and CEO of Dosher Memorial Hospital, said, "We are extremely appreciative of every sponsor, donor, and golfer who helped make the Dosher Classic a success. We are honored by the camaraderie, community, and generosity of everyone who participated.
Antonette (Toni) McAndrews added, "The community is very giving which was evidenced by the donations received for the raffle and online auction. The Foundation is very grateful to all the sponsors, individuals, and businesses who support the Dosher Golf Classic".
First place winning teams were Men's Flight 1: Allen Kinney, Bob Lewis, Jeremy Gaglie and Garry Brown; Men's Flight 2: Danny Kuhlmann, Mason Briggs, Justin Wayne, Bryan Swaim; Co-Ed Flight 3: Fred Williams, Bart Elam, Vicki Elam and Mark Elam.
Second place teams were: Men's Flight 1: Steve Davis, Dale Ring, Don Hughes and Timmy Dean; Men's Flight 2: Evan Gore, Randy Huggins, Robert Cox, Jody Thomasson; Co-Ed Flight: Jwantana Gardner Frink, Walter Taylor, Noel Howell.
Third place teams were: Men's Flight 1: James Woody, Pleas Webster, John Hunt and Scott Schmidt; Men's Flight 2: Charlie Parker, Dave DeLong, Mike Knapp, Rick Melando; Co-Ed Flight 3: Pat Hughes, Marty Burton, Janice Ramieh, Susan Morrison.
Closest to pin winners were Garry Brown, Marty Burton, Barry Coe and Jeremy Raeburn.