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Batey scores hole-in-one at Manpower golf outing

August 30, 2010
  • Gary Batey, left, and Bob Jeffers point to the hole-in-one Batey recorded at Musket Ridge Golf Club as part of the Manpower Corporate Golf Challenge.
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The Aug. 16 edition of the Manpower Corporate Golf Challenge to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County was a memorable event as a new champion was crowned and one golfer recorded a hole-in-one at Musket Ridge Golf Club.

"We are proud to offer our support of the Boys & Girls Club and all of its meaningful programs," said Bob Jeffers, owner of Manpower franchises in Hagerstown, Frederick, Martinsburg, W.Va., and Winchester, Va. "I want to thank all of the sponsors, players, volunteers and staff from Musket Ridge for making our fifth annual event a success."

The corporate team representing Central Precision consisting of Jim Webber, Mike Webb, Mark Feiser, and Dave Girio won the overall tournament title. Flight winners included corporate teams representing: Cumberland Valley Insurance, Coca-Cola, Hagerstown Housing Authority and PNC Bank.

Gary Batey, playing for Holcim U.S., recorded a hole-in-one on the 170 yard Par 3 number eight hole on the Blue Course at Musket Ridge.

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Holcim U.S. and Coca-Cola tied in their flight with the Coca-Cola team winning the tie-breaker. Reid Terch from Staples and Lisa Coblentz of Manpower won the longest drive competitions. Closest to the pin winners were Batey, Dan Matonak of BFM Architects and Gary Chapman playing with the Coca-Cola team. Matonak recorded closest to the pin on two of the par 3s.

In addition to Manpower, other sponsors of the Corporate Challenge to benefit the Boys & Girls Club were Outback Steakhouse, Brethren Mutual Insurance Co., Coca-Cola, Walmart, Staples and Cumberland Valley Insurance Co.

The Boys & Girls Club serves local children between the ages of 6 and 18 at seven locations in Washington County.

For more information on how you can support the Boys & Girls Club, go to http://www.bgcwc.com or call 301-733-5422.

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