Graymere Country Club Hosts 18th Annual Columbia State Foundation Golf Classic
More than one hundred golfers competed in the 18th Annual Columbia State Foundation Columbia Golf Classic on Monday, May 17, raising approximately $10,000 for scholarships. Thirty-two teams competed at Graymere Country Club in Columbia, Tennessee.
“The 18th Annual Columbia State Golf Classic was a huge success! We had a beautiful day to play golf, and everyone had a terrific time,” said Tom Turchetta, Columbia State’s Director of Alumni Relations and Community Events. “On behalf of the Columbia golf committee I want to thank all the participants, tee sponsors and prize donors who helped make the event a success. Also, I want to thank all of our Columbia State volunteers who interact with the participants and make this a special day for Columbia State.”
The first place winner in the championship flight was the First Farmers and Merchant Bank #2 team consisting of (pictured below left to right) Patrick Klesel, Jennifer Kennedy, Doug Kennedy, and Drew Parker.
The second place winner in the championship flight was the Industrial Contractors team (pictured below left to right) of Jeff Hargrove, Pam Pressnell, Barry Daniels, and Ron Pope.
Coming in third place in the championship flight was the Tennessee Farm Bureau Team of (pictured below left to right) Jeff Pannell, John Law, Neal Townsend, and Sonny Scroggins.
The first place winner of the First flight was the Community First Bank and Trust #2 team (pictured below left to right) of Tracy Moore, Sonny Shackleford, Craig Harris, and Will Cain.
The Community First Bank and Trust #1 team took first place in the Second flight. Its members were Marc Lively, Mike Saporito, Louis Holloway, and Jon Merrit (pictured below left to right).
The first place winner in the Third flight was the Columbia State team. Its members were Greg Lewis, Pat Flynn, John Kirk, and Clay Buttrey (pictured below left to right).
Columbia State is a two-year college, serving a nine-county area in southern Middle Tennessee with locations in Columbia, Franklin, Lawrenceburg, Lewisburg and Clifton. As Tennessee’s first community college, Columbia State is committed to increasing access and enhancing diversity at all five campuses. Columbia State is a member of the Tennessee Board of Regents, the sixth largest higher education system in the nation. For more information, please visit www.columbiastate.edu.