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OGMA golf tournament benefits local charities


May 28, 2010
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ogma_golf_for_webMay 28, 2010 – The Ontario Golf and Metal Association (OGMA) held its annual golf tournament yesterday at Cardinal Golf Club in Newmarket. The tournament was played on the Redcrest course, a par 71 championship golf course measuring approximately 6,800 yards from the back tees.

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From left: Jim Skipworth, Matt Laub and
Gary Parker of InKan, and Andrew Kennedy
 of RIG. Gary Parker took home the prize
for lowest score.
 

May 28, 2010 – The Ontario Golf and Metal Association (OGMA) held its annual golf tournament yesterday at Cardinal Golf Club in Newmarket. The tournament was played on the Redcrest course, a par 71 championship golf course measuring approximately 6,800 yards from the back tees.

Glass professionals came from across the province to network, share dinner and, of course, golf. Proceeds will be donated to local charities.

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Numerous sponsors helped to make the day a success. Hole sponsors included Triple Seal, Protemp, RPM, Tremco, Oldcastle Glass, Kawneer and Sika. The pre-tournament lunch was sponsored by Alumicor.

The prize for lowest score was sponsored by M.E. Powell Insurance Brokers of Oakville, Ont. Taking home the prize was Gary Parker of InKan. In his foursome were Jim Skipworth and Matt Laub, also of InKan, and Andrew Kennedy of Rochester Insulated Glass.

A number of people took home prizes for the longest drive on various holes, including Gord Wiggins of Flynn Canada, Bruce Hartley of Ferguson-Neudorf and Jeff Pequoia. 

Watch for further coverage of the OGMA golf tournament and other great glass events in the next issue of Glass Canada.

For more information on the Ontario Glass and Metal Association, please visit www.ogma.ca .


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