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Seabury Hall Golf Tournament Raises $70,000

September 20, 2018, 11:22 AM HST
* Updated September 21, 10:03 AM
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The 24th Seabury Hall Golf Tournament and Luncheon took place at the Wailea Emerald Golf Course. The tournament attracted 114 players and grossed approximately $70,000 in support of the Seabury Hall athletic and alumni scholarship programs.

Each year the Seabury Hall Alumni Association allocates a portion of the event proceeds to the Rising Senior Scholarships.  The purpose of this scholarship is to acknowledge, encourage and reward rising seniors (current 11th grade students) who have demonstrated leadership, fulfilled their academic potential and served their community during their high school career.

Tournament Chair Ryan MacLaughlin said, “Thankfully we had great weather and the energy of all the players was contagious! The golf committee would like to express its gratitude to the 23 sponsors, 50 prize donors, 19 alumni participants and the 52 volunteers who made the day enjoyable and successful. Also, for the second year in a row, a Hole-In-One opportunity on #16, was sponsored by BMW of Maui offering the players a chance to win a 2018 BMW 530e iPerformance. There was not a winner this year, but maybe next year!”

The male and female winners of the Longest Drive contest were Rick Tramontin, and Desiree Ting, both receiving $200 gift certificates to Roger Dunn.  The women’s winner of the Closest to the Pin was Kalea Heu, winning a $100 gift certificate to Monkeypod Kitchen/Merriman’s.  The men’s winner was Wil Cambra, winning a $100 gift certificate to Mulligans on the Blue.  The first place overall winners in the Kane Division were Erik Hammer and Evan Seager with a score of 54.

Winning the Parent & Child Division was the father-son team of Jimmy Haynes and Kimo Haynes with a score of 61.6.  In the Wahine Division, first place went to Desiree Ting and Jan Yokouchi with a score of 60.2.  Winners in the Century Division were Rick Tramontin and Trent Timmons with a score of 59.  In the Golden Eagle Division, Jeff Simon and Dave Richardson placed first with a score of 57.8.  In the Spartan Division, (a division that requires a Seabury Hall alum), Renee Judd (’99) Friend and Kalea Heu scored a 54 to come in first place.  In the Co-ed Division, husband wife team Ryan and Jennifer McNally placed first finishing with a score of 60.4.

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For more information about Seabury Hall, the golf tournament and the Alumni Association visit SeaburyHall.org.

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