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.
The Grosse Ile Invitational is an historic, annual event put on to promote club comradery and tradition. The first invitational was held at the Grosse Ile Golf and Country Club in 1937, and since then, the three-day event has grown exponentially from their initial 25 player tournaments.
On an overcast day in Zachary, Louisiana, the Copper Mill Golf Course held the annual Zachary Community Schools Golf Tournament. The tournament is held every year as a charity event to help the district’s schools, as well as connecting the city’s current and graduated students. A resident of Zachary, Darren McClure attended the tournament intending to have an average day on the links with a few college friends, while helping his community.
In small town Rockdale Texas, the 6th Annual Rockdale High School Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament was held at the city’s own Rockdale Country Club. For the past five years, the alumni association has put together this golf event in attempt to maintain the camaraderie of Rockdale High School alumni and students. John Shoemake woke up that morning treating it as “a typical hot, Texas day” and never imagined how atypical the day would prove to be.