From left, Caudill Coleman, Peter Budelman, Ira Ginsberg, Beth Ginsberg pose for a photo while competing in the Columbia-Greene Hospital Foundation’s 19th annual Chip in for Columbia Memorial charity golf outing at Columbia Golf & Country Club in Claverack
HUDSON — More than 100 golfers and friends came out to support the Columbia-Greene Hospital Foundation’s 19th annual Chip in for Columbia Memorial charity golf outing earlier this month, according to a release from CMH.
The mixed scramble event, which took place at the Columbia Golf & Country Club in Claverack, kicked off with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.
Throughout the event, golfers were challenged to hit a hole-in-one to win either a 2015 Toyota Camry, offered by Kinderhook Toyota, or a week’s vacation in Hilton Head, offered by MetzWood Insurance. While competition was spirited, no one succeeded in winning the coveted prizes.
Immediately following play was a celebratory reception and dinner, raffle drawings, auction and awards ceremony.
During dinner, Columbia Memorial President and CEO Jay Cahalan extended his sincere appreciation to all the many tournament golfers and sponsors, Columbia Golf & Country Club and Bill and Mary Gerlach, tournament coordinators.
The tournament grossed more than $42,000 and all proceeds from the outing will support services that benefit patients of Columbia Memorial and enhance the health and well-being of the entire community.
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