Wor-Wic’s golf tournament has hole-in-one winner
June 11, 2015
For the first time in 14 years, the Wor-Wic Community College golf tournament, held recently at the college’s Ocean Resorts Golf Club in Berlin, had a hole-in-one winner. Bill Rinnier of the Rowen’s Mill team won $25,000 toward the purchase or lease of a car from the Pohanka Automotive Group and a Kindle Fire HDX from the Avery Hall Insurance Group.

This year’s top team for low gross score was the Eastern Shore Distributing team of Greg Bassett, John “Cakes” Fletcher, John Littleton and Dennis Weller, followed by the Hebron Savings Bank team of Tim Boston, David Leonard, Evan Smith and Henry Tilman. Third place went to the Whiting-Turner Contracting team of Mark Higdon, Jim Martini, Larry McGuire and Logan Street.

The top team with the lowest net score was the Chesapeake Utilities team of Dennis Cross, Wyatt Lowe, Dorrie Moore and Jesse Sapp, followed by the Wilfre Company team of Martin Harrison, Steve Kidwell, Tony Pierson and Ray Somers. Third place in net score went to the Wor-Wic team of Rich Disharoon, Cathy Hanssens-Passeri, Nicole Rafer and Larry Sterling.

Longest drive winners were Ralph Holm and Hope Morgan. Winner of the putting contest was Dick Young. Closest to the pin prizes were awarded to John Littleton, Bill Rinnier, Scott Shilling and Deddisun Won.

Proceeds from the tournament totaling more than $36,000 will be used to benefit the college’s on-campus child development center.

HOLE IN ONE. Bill Rinnier makes a hole in one to win $25,000 toward the purchase or lease of a car from the Pohanka Automotive Group and a Kindle Fire HDX from the Avery Hall Insurance Group at the 14th annual Wor-Wic Community College golf tournament held at the college’s Ocean Resorts Golf Club in Berlin.

LOWEST GROSS SCORE. From left, John Littleton, Dennis Weller, Greg Bassett and John “Cakes” Fletcher from the Eastern Shore Distributing team had the lowest gross score.

LOWEST NET SCORE. From left, Dennis Cross, Dorrie Moore, Jesse Sapp and Wyatt Lowe playing on a Chesapeake Utilities team had the lowest net score.

HOSPITAL GROUP. From left, Roger Pacella, John Morcom, Roger Follebout Jr. and Scott Phillips from the Peninsula Regional Medical Center team are ready for the tournament to begin.

SELECTIVE INSURANCE. From left, Joe Gast, Jim Berkman, Scott Shilling and Mike Mercer from the Selective Insurance team enjoy each other’s company before the tournament.

CELEBRATING. Dick Young, winner of the putting contest, and Hope Morgan, female longest drive winner, celebrate after receiving their prizes.