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The 20th Annual PGH Foundation Golf Tournament Results

EATONTON, GA - October 3, 2014 The Putnam General Hospital Foundation raised over $30,000 at their 20th Annual Golf Tournament held at Harbor Club on the September29th. We were proud to once again have The Farmers and Merchants Bank as our presenting sponsor. Gold sponsors included Smith Communications, Secure Health, Draffin & Tucker, Navicent Health, J.V. Dell, P.C., Howell Rusk & Dodson Architecture, Central Georgia Technical College, Reynolds Plantation, The Lake Oconee Breeze, Dr. Robert Betzel, and Rusty & Charolette Moses. Silver Sponsors included A. Cuyler Kline, Ingram Plantations, Steve Harrold, The Silver Moon, Serenity Hospice Care, McNeary, The Rotary of Greene and Putnam Counties and Edge and Esther Farley.

The success of this tournament is attributed to generous sponsorship, enthusiastic golfers, silent auction donors and countless contributions of time and energy by committee members and volunteers. The committee this year was comprised of Jude Martincic, Angela Dell, Edge Farley, Mike Rountree, Derek Hudson, Hewell and Peggy Winn, Don Turney and Dr. Robert Betzel.

Prior to play, golfers enjoyed breakfast sponsored by McDonalds. During the awards ceremony, golfers were treated to a silent auction and a BBQ lunch provided by Putnam General Hospital's cafeteria. Congratulations to this year's winners. The men's winning team for low gross was Chuck Little, Jay Dell and Brian Quinn with a score of 56 and the low net winners was Brandon Knight, Albert Riley, Jeff Lucus and Scott Hurst with a score of 57.

The funds raised will go toward the purchase of a mobile C-arm. Putnam General Hospital's Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to support Putnam General Hospital and improve healthcare in the community through the purchase of medical equipment that will benefit patient care. For more information regarding the PGH Foundation, please contact Angela Dell at 706-923-2028.