The 31st Annual Targarona Memorial Golf Tournament, postponed last May because of Covid-19, was played yesterday, September 21, at Sparrows Point Country Club. And was the wait ever worth it!
The weather was spectacular, and the tournament was sold out. Lunch was served outside as the participants arrived. A putting contest started things rolling. 128 golfers enjoyed the shotgun start and captain’s choice format. There was a “closest to the pin” contest won by Mike Louden. The longest drive belonged to Scott Keck. The 11th hole featured a “beat the pro” contest; the “pro” was Curley junior John Gamber. John shot his first hole-in-one while challenging the golfers.
The Low Gross was scored by the foursome of Mike ‘83 and Chris ‘78 Jednorski. Steve Cydylo ‘83 and Mario Orlando ‘83. Low Net was claimed by Bill Fisher ‘87, Pat Parker ‘87, Kurt Greenlow ’87 and Jeff Prochaska ‘87. Second Low Net went to the Class of 1965 members Gene Buckalew, Jim McNicholas, Chuck Dell’Uomo and Dan Contesti.
The afternoon on the course was followed by dinner and the awards. Thanks to Frank Savarese ’75, who emceed and chaired the event. Thanks also to Mike Mulford ’75 and the Curley Alumni Association for hosting this annual gathering. Thanks to the volunteers whose presence made the work a little easier. Finally, thanks to all the participants for joining in this fun and worthwhile event. Funds raised go to the Alumni Association scholarship which is awarded annually to sons and grandsons of alumni.
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