TRUCKEE, Calif. — The High Fives Non-Profit Foundation would like to thank the 116 golfers who participated in the 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament presented by SpineNevada at the Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing, as well as the tremendous support from sponsors.Great weather and a beautiful course at the Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing set the stage. Northwestern Mutual’s sponsorship of the Break the Glass Contest was a spectacle captured on GoPro HD Hero 2 cameras. The field of competitors then enjoyed a round filled with laughs and long drives in the scramble format play. Also, on hole #12, BigTruck Headwear set up shop with the first ever drive-in, drive out on site custom hat stitching booth. The event concluded with the awards ceremony, beats from DJ One Truest, a catered dinner from Full Belly Deli, and spirits from DBI/Miller/Coors and Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.“To once again host the Annual High Fives Charity Golf Tournament marked an excellent kick-off to the 2012 season at the Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing. The creative and entertaining contests allowed for great times to be had by all. Thanks to the efforts of the High Fives Foundation, the event was bigger and better and we look forward to seeing everyone join us next year for the 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament!” said Travis Alley, Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing Club Pro.Overall tournament winners were: First place, Team Roll, score, 54 (-18); second place, Tahoe Mountain Club, score, 55 (-17); third place, Team Silva, score, 59 (-13).Contest winners were Long Drive Men andamp; Women’s, Wes Hollabaugh and Shannon Carey; Closest to the Pin Men andamp; Women’s, Andre Gust (0.8”) and Mary Roll (18 ft.); Longest Drive (with a baseball bat) Men andamp; Women’s, Tyler Mearce and Shannon Carey; and Break the Glass, Ian Winters.For information visit www.golfintahoe.com and www.highfivesfoundation.org.
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