TMHF Golf Classic Beats Another Record

Nearly 230 golfers filled the two courses at Oak Hills Golf Course this past Friday, helping Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation host another record-Golf Classic tournament. “The overwhelming support continues to grow for the Golf Classic, even through times where COVID precautions and social distancing are necessary.” said Peter Webb, Board member and Chair of the event. With 232 golfers over the course of the day, we successfully raised $108,940 (net) for much-needed medical equipment at Trenton Memorial Hospital.

This tournament has raised nearly $1.5 million since its’ inception more than 17 years ago funding various Critical equipment needs at TMH with thanks to the support of donors, sponsors and golfers. “This year we need to protect our staff and patients from COVID-19 so the funds raised from the Golf Classic will support Hospital priorities in addition to PPE.”, noted Wendy Warner, Executive Director of TMHF.

Winners of the tournament on the Highland course were the Desjardins team. Winners on the Glen Course was a tie between two Electro Cables teams.

Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation would like to extend special thanks to Title sponsor, Pioneer Healthcare, the patient transport provider for Quinte Healthcare. Eagle sponsors, McInroy Maines and Eagle sponsors, City of Quinte West and Dibbits Exacavating along with many other sponsors, volunteers and participants that made the tournament another great success. Special thanks to the golf committee Chair, Peter Webb and committee members Rhonda Bennett, Barb Hieb Leonard, Chris Roy, Keith Pennington and Bryan Rhodes.

Golf Classic Winners 2020

Highland Course
#2 – Closest to the Pin – John Roeper
#9 – Longest Drive – Jim Fraser and Dana Jones

Glen Course
#2 – Closest to the Pin – Jason Musclow
#14 – Longest Drive – Jason Musclow and Shawna Adams

Winning Foursome- Highland – Desjardins
Winning Foursome – Glen – Electro Cables

Putting Contest Winner – Paul Reed

50/50 Winner of $1,780 – Cory Rose



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