October 29, 2018 - Gallatin, Tenn. - Beautiful weather and a new venue greeted 92 golfers who made history on Monday, Oct. 29, at the sixth-annual United Way of Sumner County Fall Classic charity golf scramble.
Held at the Foxland course of Tennessee Grasslands in Gallatin, the Fall Classic raised more than $21,750 for the programs and agencies of United Way of Sumner County, easily surpassing the record-setting $20,750 raised at the 2017 edition of the event.
The day began with an 11 a.m. lunch of barbecue, potato salad, and baked beans, followed by a noon shotgun start. At the conclusion of play, participants were treated to desserts and a special bourbon tasting while waiting for the tabulation and announcement of the day’s winners.
Thank you to all of our sponsors, donors, partners, and participants for making the day an outstanding success. (See the list of sponsors and partners at the end of this photo album.)
Special thanks to our event volunteers: Sonya Manfred, Amy Koch, Jim Graham, Tom Haygood, Lawrence Dye, Ben Duggan, and Eve Craig.
Thank you and congratulations to our Fall Classic Organizing Committee members, Don Ames, Mark Bolen, Mark Bristol, Justin Fontenot, Casey Lacefield, Mark Lowhorn, Jamie McMurry, and Richard Polka.
Finally, thank you to the UWSC Board of Directors for their contributions and support.
2018 UWSC Fall Classic Winners
Overall Winner: Mike Gaughan, James Harper, David Boger, and David Henderson
2nd Place, First Flight: Chris Ripper, Mark Kimbell, Joe Rewa, and Rev. Allen Weller
1st Place, Second Flight: Jim Galvin, Dave Eliskovich, Fran Varboncoeur, Bob Arms
2nd Place, Second Flight: Hugh Atkinson, Tyler Atkinson, Lynn Schadt, Jim Corbett
Closest to the Pin, Women: Kelley Coley
Closest to the Pin, Men: Lynn Schadt
Longest Drive, Women: Kelley Coley
Longest Drive, Men: Garrison Ryan
Putting Contest: Three-way tie between
By a blind drawing, Justin Fontenot was declared the winner.