The tournament, which is open to the public, raises money for the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund.
The golf tournament begins at 7 a.m., with breakfast provided. A shotgun start follows at 8:30 a.m. In addition to an enjoyable round of golf on the Champion and Fazio courses, participants will compete for prizes for the closest-to-the-pin, longest drive, Beat the Pro and more. Arrigo Dodge • Chrysler • Jeep of Palm Beach will provide par 3 hole-in-one prizes.
After golf, players will enjoy lunch and an exciting raffle and live auction, featuring an array of golf foursomes and weekend resort packages. The cost for the tournament is $275 per player, which includes cart, greens fee, breakfast, lunch and a special gift. An online silent auction is available at go.pba.edu/chairbids-auction.
Proceeds from the tournament help deserving PBA students pay for their college education. The Alumni Association recently awarded 65 annual scholarships, which are renewable by undergraduates who remain in good standing at the University.
Tournament sponsors include BMS CAT, Advanced Painting Contractors, Saxon Business Systems, Hill York, Templeton & Company, Graystone Consulting, Arrigo Dodge • Chrysler • Jeep, Preferred Printing & Graphics, PROforma PNP Marketing, Signs by Tomorrow and PGA National Resort & Spa. To become a sponsor, register or donate items for the auction, call (561) 803-2022 or go.pba.edu/golf-2019.
The 32nd Annual Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Scholarship Golf Tournament committee consists of co-chairs James W. Johnson CPA, CFP®, CFS with Blue Ocean Capital and Tim McDulin with Stadium 1 Software; Jaime Bethel with Templeton & Company, P.A.; Mark Bresnahan with Palm Beach Atlantic University; Ray Dorsey with IOA Insurance Office of America; Ryan Howerton with Walgreens Pharmacy; Josué Léon with New York Life; Zach McElroy with Oxygen Development; Martin Shutterly with Palm Beach Atlantic University; Johanna Sjöberg with Beautyfool Hair Studio; Joby Slay with Harvest Realty Group; Mark Smith with Saxon Business Systems; Jared Southworth with Southworth Fuel Solutions, Inc.; David L. Williams III with BallenIsles Country Club, and Jamie Zugelder with Volentric.
Photo: The Alumni Association's annual golf tournament raises more than $1 million for student scholarships.