(CRM) The Campbells team of Paul Kennedy, Niall O'Dawd, Paras Malde, and Darragh Murphy claimed first place when the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce hosted its 23rd annual Golf Classic on Friday, 5 November.
The popular event, sponsored by Provenance Properties, sold out early, with twenty-seven teams competing at North Sound Golf Club in a four-person scramble over the course of five hours.
The Campbells team claimed first place and received prizes from Chamber members, including Health City Cayman Islands, Bodyworks Holistic Wellness Centre, Island Jewellers, A.L. Thompsons, Cayman Spirits, and the North Sound Golf Club Pro Shop.
Second place was claimed by the CIBC FirstCaribbean team of Glenn Abell, Ivan Chang, Dallas Neatham and Mike Montgomery, while NCB Group Alan Wight, Matthew Wight, Ian Wight, and Payten Wight followed closely behind in third.
Closest-to-the-Pin winners included Payten Wight of NCB Group, Dale Klischuk of Liftech, and Hilary Brooks of HSM. Longest Drive winners included Emma Woodhouse of TRAC Automotive, Payten Wight of NCB Group, and Kody Bergstrom of Edgewater Development Ltd.
“We have been really looking forward to taking part in this event – the Chamber Golf Classic is a great networking opportunity, and the prizes on offer make the tournament all that more exciting. Corporate Electric Ltd. is proud to contribute to the day as sponsors,” said Jamie English, Corporate Electric Ltd.
The Chamber Golf Classic is a charity event and this year donated a portion of its proceeds to Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation, Jasmine, and Meals on Wheels.
“The Golf Classic is a great opportunity for the business community to come out, network, and have some fun while benefiting various charity organizations,” said Chamber President Mike Gibbs.
“Thank you to all our golfers for making the tournament an afternoon to remember, and congratulations to Campbells and all the competition and raffle winners.”
The Chamber thanks the following tournament partners for their support: Platinum sponsor Provenance Properties; Bar sponsor Islands Jewellers; Hole-in-One sponsors G.T. Automotive, Seven Mile Securities and TRAC Automotive; Gold sponsors: Broadhurst LLC, Butterflied Bank (Cayman) Limited, Caribbean Utilities Company, CG BritCay, CIBC FirstCaribbean Corporate Electric Ltd, Edgewater Development Limited, Holdun Family Office (Cayman) Limited, Island Paving (1985) Ltd, Maples Group, McAlpine Ltd, NCB Group, and Walkers
Prize Sponsors included A.L. Thompson's, Anytime Fitness, Bodyworks Holistic Wellness Centre Ltd., Cayman Cigar Company, Cayman Islands Brewery, Cayman Spirits, Health City Cayman Islands, the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, Lobster Pot Restaurant, Locale Hotel, North Sound Golf Club Pro Shop, Penha Image Duty Free Ltd, Rocky's Diamonds, Smoothie King, The Westin, and Tortuga.