On behalf of the Purdy Family and all the families across Connecticut affected by epilepsy, we thank you for participating in Andrew's Golf Benefit for Epilepsy and for supporting the continued efforts of the Epilepsy Foundation of CT to educate and provide support to families. Andrew is eleven years old and is in 4th grade. He snowboards, plays lacrosse and soccer, and has a great sense of humor.
We truly appreciate your support. Thank you.
9th Annual Andrew's Golf Benefit Raises $25,000
We are pleased to announce the 9th Annual Andrew's Golf Benefit for Epilepsy was a tremendous success! It was a beautiful day for golf as we were blessed with sunny skies and low humidity. We raised over $25,000 which will be used to support people with epilepsy throughout the state.
We are grateful to all of our golfers and sponsors, but particularly to Brian Purdy for taking the initiative nine years ago to organize this event. There wouldn’t be an event without his passion for our cause.
We are also grateful to Joe Aguire who promoted the event on his radio show on the River 105.9 and joined us as the celebrity host/golfer for the day.
Congratulations to all our winners. The group with the lowest gross score was Rick Solomon, Dave Welch, John Hutson, and Dave Graef. The 2nd place gross team was Jeremy Race, James Rackliffe, Mark Zigmont, and Ryan Campanario. The 3rd place gross team was Bill Laramee, Jim Gronbeck, Doug Kraus, and Evan Couture. The longest drive contest was won by Kevin Moriarty for men and Cathy Colletti for women.
This year's tournament will include:
Hole-in-One wins a trip for 2 to Hawaii
Mulligans and "Cheat Stick" available for sale at registration
50/50 Closest to the Pin Contest
Raffle prizes include a flat screen TV and $1000 cash