18 teams braved the wind and rain to compete for this year’s title. Top honors went to the team of John Fugate, Collin Moskal, John Williams, and Steve Best. Even in the harshest of conditions, they managed to post an incredible 53 (-19). For their efforts they each took home a gift basket valued at $100 from the Knoxville Chocolate Company, an $80 gift card from Aubrey’s, a free round of golf from Three Ridges, and a limited edition YOKE Golf shirt from Meltdown Graphics.
In spite of the conditions, the tournament was still a success. Thanks to the hard work of YOKE’s board of directors, the event raised $22,500 for the ministries of YOKE, an 8% increase over last year.
“I am happy to be involved with YOKE because I’ve seen the impact the ministry has on the students we mentor, the leaders that we engage, and the schools in which we serve,” said Jim Snyder, chairman of YOKE’s Board of Directors. “We are so grateful for all of our donors and sponsors who make that ministry possible, both through the golf tournament and all year long.”
Thank you to our sponsors!
Always Best Care Senior Services Hodges, Doughty, Carson Attorneys
Barnhart Crane & Rigging Home Federal
BB&T Insurance Services Homestead Construction
Bill Hotz & Associates Master Dry
Bob Johnson Insurance Northshore Financial Group , Lee Roberts, CFP
Brown Bag Novinger, Ball & Zivi, P.C.
Burkhart & Company, P.C. O.P. Jenkins Furniture
Butler & Bailey Market Protomet Corp.
Celebrate Recovery – North Raymond James & Associates, Inc.
Commercial Lighting REA
Corryton Baptist Church Retirement Planning Services, LLC
Creative Structures RIVR Media
Dan's Pool Service Roger L. Newman Heating & Air
Durfee Financial Associates Safe n'' Sound Creative Technology
Fairview Baptist Church Standard Kitchen & Bath
Fountain City Finance W. S. Trimble
Fulghum, MacIndoe & Associates William Pugh
Gouffon Moving & Storage Co.