The Kevin Millwood Celebrity Golf Tournament did not start out great for Henry Frey, but it ended with a once-in-a-lifetime moment. Despite a sunny sky and warm temperatures, Frey said he felt “under the weather” and almost did not play. He explains, “I forgot my clubs and had to turn around to go back home and get them.”
This past summer, the Redford Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing was hosted at the Golden Fox Golf Course in Northville, Michigan. A local Northville resident, 22-year-old Mitchell Bell, was fortunate enough to be invited to this event by his grandfather, Thomas Bell. Mitchell was “just excited to spend the day with my grandfather.” He likely never imagined just how special it would turn out to be.
Charity events are some our favorite tournaments to write about, especially when they have winners. In the case of David Grummett, the “Be a Donor Foundation” holds substantial significance for him. He explains, “my sister-in-law is going on her 33rd year with a kidney transplant.” With such a close family member being an organ recipient, Grummett has made a point to participate in the D’Angelo Golf Classic (which benefits the cause) for the past two years.
The morning of July 17th, 2017 Greg Laubach participated in the President’s Cup Tournament in Hagerstown, Maryland. This tournament was played on the beautiful Congressional Country Club’s Blue Course. According to Greg and the rest of his foursome, the President’s Cup is “the biggest tournament of the year” as all four of them have been looking forward to the 17th of July all summer long.
The Living Word Lutheran Church of Rochester, MI hosted the Living Word Golf Outing at the Sycamore Hills Golf Club. The golf outing was set-up to raise money for the church and all proceeds went to funding the ministries in the church. It was just an average day in Macomb County, MI, however it would prove to be far from average for Brad Miller.