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Columbia City High School
Alumni Association

600 N. Whitley St.
Columbia City, Indiana 46725

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2013  CCHSAA Alumni Golf Outing Winners

 

 The CCHS Alumni Association held its seventh annual golf outing on Homecoming Saturday, September 21, 2013 at Eagle Glen golf course in Columbia City.   

 

 

Pictured Left to Right:  Winners Doug Sauers, Gary Harris, Jeff Wright, CCHSAA President Andrew Thompson, and winner Troy Jagger.

Eighteen different CCHS classes were represented in the tournament as 43 golfers took to the links to help raise funds for the Bob Brittain Memorial Scholarships that are given out each spring to graduating seniors. The golf was followed by food, fellowship, and the tournament trophy presentation.

Tournament results:

1st place: Gary Harris (1973), Troy Jagger (1986), Jeff Wright (1980), & Doug Sauers (1982).  Score of 55.

2nd place: Trent Shively (2004), Tyler Shively (2007), Justin Waterson (1999), & Kyle Bauer (2004). Score of 57.

3rd place: Andrew Thompson (1988), Ryan Wood (1980), Rachel Hazelet (2011) & Cameron Deckard (2013). Score of 61.

Closest to Pin # 2:
Jeff Wright (1980).

Closest to Pin # 7:  Kyle Bauer (2004).

Closest to Pin # 11: Drew Benedict (2013).

No golfers were able to hit the $1,000 shot on hole # 17 sponsored by the CCHS class of !957.

Thanks to all the golfers and Eagle Glen Golf Course for hosting the outing.
Thanks to all of our hole sponsors.
Thanks to Shelly's Eagle Grille for the food.

The “Teddy L. Gruver” Founder’s Trophy is currently on display in the main office at Columbia City High School, 600 North Whitley Street, Columbia City, IN.  Winners of this annual event will have their names added to the trophy and a photo of the winning team will be displayed in the CCHS main office. 

The eighth annual golf outing will be held on September 27, 2014.  The event is more about fun, sportsmanship, and fundraising to benefit current CCHS students and the community than about superior golf skills or winning the golf tournament.  It is open to all who love the game, not just CCHS alumni.

All monies raised from sponsorships, donations by patrons & golfers of monetary gifts or prizes will be placed in the Whitley County Community Foundation and used for scholarships.

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