joined forces with the Cayman Islands Yellow Pages and raised over $10,000 for the
Estella Scott Roberts Foundation and junior golfers.
The first Yellow Pages Open charity golf tournament
at North Sound Golf Club will be an annual event.
It was a resounding success with a sold-out
tournament in which golfers enjoyed a spectacular day on the course. All of
that fun came while raising the money for Estella’s foundation and the Yellow
Pages junior golf club.
The contributions were made by companies, players’
fees and by innovative sponsors at different holes on the day.
The BCQS team (Tim Hepburn, Neil Purton, Jeremy
Superfine and Michael Baulk) came in first place.
The LIME team (Dawyne Mellaneo, Deanna Bidwell,
Jessica Swinamer and Brian Esau) were second and DMTC team (John Lewis, Henry
Smith, Joel Dodson and Gordon Rajamohan) were third.
Jennifer Frizzelle, winner of the Longest Drive for women and Closest to
the Pin, took home a year supply of Heineken provided by Jacques Scott.
Derek Bolingbroke won the Longest Drive for the men
and Lindsey Bridgeman won the Straightest Drive.
Bolingbroke was on the Jacques Scott team featuring
Dermot Troy, Jamie Duncan and Eva Atkinson.
Most of the Yellow Pages staff was on hand
throughout the competition including Sean Landreth,
Eileen Keens and Kevin Celtorius.
The major sponsors of this event were LIME, Jacques
Scott, Harbour House Marina, Arch Automotive, Mise en Place and Cayman Property
Unfortunately, nobody was lucky enough to walk away
with the beautiful 2010 Audi or the incredible 26ft Sea Ray Sundeck, however
participants did win great spot prizes.
Landreth said: “Special thanks go to the Ritz-Carlton,
Comfort Suites, Red Sail Sports, Guy Harvey’s Island Grill, LUCA, LIME, Jacques
Scott and North Sound Golf Club for their contributions towards the raffle.”
“What a great way to spend the afternoon and at the
same time raise funds to give back to the community”, said Mark Macfee, EVP of
Caribbean Publishing Company.
“Once again, thank you to all participants and sponsors
as their generous support will benefit two very worthy causes.”