Over 100 friends, family and people wanting to make a difference gathered for the 2nd Annual Terry 'Moosie' Lorette Golf Tournament at Bacon's Par 3 on Saturday, Aug. 25.
Participant Bill Blackmore makes a putt during the 2nd Annual Terry Lorette Golf Tournament.
NAPPAN - Over 100 friends, family and people wanting to make a difference gathered for the 2nd Annual Terry 'Moosie' Lorette Golf Tournament at Bacon's Par 3 on Saturday, Aug. 25.
After a night of torrential rain, the weather was in question to start the day, but the sun peaked through the clouds early in the morning and the 25 teams that gathered for the event shone as brightly as a mid-day sun.
Steven Bird's foursome captured the men's division with a nine-under par round of 45. His group consisted of Jamie Crocket, Bruce Hebert and Mike Clark.
The Robert MacLean Construction team, led by Blaine Varner, Robin Black, Glenn Stanley and Doug Calder were second with a score of 46 and the Daily News Cubs, led by Vince Arbing and team members Sam McNeish, Greg Landry and Dwight Jones were seven under with a score of 47.
The fourth place prize went to the Young Guns consisting of Mark Reynolds, Brad Hoeg, Mike Leblanc and Curtis Chiasson with a score of 50.
"The event continues to improve and we look forward to hosting his event again next year,'' co-organizer Terry Lewis said.
"Our goal is to keep improving this event every year,'' he added.
In the co-ed division, Dave McLeod captained his squad to victory with a solid round of five under par 49. His team consisted of Jodi Wood, Cale Burke and Jamie MacKay.
Two teams fired rounds of four-under 50 including Grant Lewis with Rhonda Lewis and John and Janice Coleman and the Danny Burke group that featured Chari Burke and Fred and Diana Blenkhorn.
Third place went to the Jim Skinner foursome the feature Joanne Skinner, Bruce Quigley and Lou Kiley.
"The generosity of Henry Auchnie at Bacon's Par 3 and all the teams who entered, really made the event a growing success,'' McManaman said.
"We raised more money than we did last year and it will be donated to the Cumberland Regional Health Care's palliative care unit and several other charities in the local area,'' he added.
Several door prizes were drawn for and included an authentic Darcy Tucker autographed Toronto Maple Leafs jersey won by Chari Burke of Amherst and a two-night stay at the Oak Island Inn was awarded to Derrick Acton of Sackville, N.B.