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Victory Programs’ annual charity golf tournament continues a tradition of defying unpredictable New England weather patterns to produce a perfect day. This year, the fundraiser attracted more than 120 people to the gorgeous greenways at the Cape Club of Sharon. Drive for Victory is a scramble style tournament over 18 holes featuring prizes for “Most Accurate Drive,” “Closest to the Pin,” and the top three scoring teams.
This year’s winners:
First Place: Mark Dromgoole, Tom Dromgoole, John Murphy, and Tom Sodergren from Hugh’s Energy
Second Place: Ben Gredler, Will Horn, Ashten Petry, and Bill Whitney
Third Place: Bill Griffin, Reic Letson, Angelo Theofilopoulos, and Bill Theofilopoulos
Closest to the Pin:
On hole #4: Mark Vassalotti at 9’11”
On hole # 13: Linda McDaid at 3’8”
Most Accurate Drive:
Drive for Victory serves as an important connection between Victory Programs’ supporters and the thousands of individuals and families who turn to the organization every year for services to address homelessness, substance use disorder, and life-altering illnesses like HIV/AIDS. This year, Drive for Victory raised nearly $60,000 through sponsorships, donations, auction and raffle prizes, on-course games, and golfer registration fees. Proceeds from the event help Victory Programs open the door for recovery, community, and hope across 19 housing, prevention, and recovery programs in the Greater Boston area. Victory Programs is grateful to the staff, volunteers, corporate partners, in-kind prize donors, and golfers who support the event and the vital health services that change futures and save lives every day beyond the iconic, welcoming red door to victory.
Drive for Victory would not be possible without dedicated friends like this year’s Title Sponsor Maguire Mechanical Services; Golden Eagle Sponsors CREA, Cohn Reznick, Eastern Bank, and Holland & Knight; Silver Birdie Sponsors Cabot Risk Strategies and Slattery Brothers; Special Sponsor United Way; and many other businesses and organizations that give back to the community by supporting Victory Programs’ important work to address the opioid epidemic, support those impacted by the housing crisis, and provide vulnerable community members with tools to reduce their risk of contracting an infectious disease. Additionally, the generous management and dedicated staff at Cape Club in Sharon deserve credit for hosting Drive for Victory at their picturesque course and catering to the needs of everyone involved in the event from the golfers to the volunteers.Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. ← 2019 Boston Bulldogs Run for Recovery Cummings Foundation Invests $100,000 in Victory Programs’ Mobile Prevention Enhancement Project →
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