Springfield Chamber recaps 50th Annual Hackers Golf Tourney

The Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 50th Hackers Golf Tournament was held on July 14 at Crown Point Country Club. After a two-year hiatus, 20 teams, with a total of 80 players, hit the fairway. There was a brief downpour during registration, but the rest of the day was gorgeous.

Flight A gross winners

The field was split into two divisions, allowing for four first-place winning teams.

Flight A gross winners: Paul Kendall, Jeff Perkins, Kelen Beardsley and Cole Lewis — Team The Richards Group

Flight A net winners: Craig Streeter, Aaron Streeter, Zack Kirkwood and Randy Parker — Team Ultimate Auto Body

Flight A net winners

Flight B gross winners: Stacey Tash, J.P. Laugelle, Brett Sorter and Cliff Roberge — Team BeMobile

Flight B net winners: Justin Lewis, Cody Duckless, Kyle Price and Jay Kerner — Team Black River Produce

A big thank you to Springfield Buick GMC Cadillac, our Hole-in-One Contest sponsor; nobody sank a hole-in-one on the 18th hole to win a vehicle this year, but everyone had a lot of fun trying.

Flight B gross winners

Thanks to Jerry Farnum State Farm for sponsoring the Putting Contest; Elijah Daniels came close to winning the big bucks. A shout-out and thanks also to banquet sponsor Mascoma Bank;  scorecard sponsor WCFR Your Hometown Classic Hits; cart sponsor Springfield Housing Authority; and beer cart sponsor Black River Coffee Bar.

This year’s hole sponsors were Bibens Ace Hardware, Cannatrol Systems, Casella Waste System, Claremont Savings Bank, Cota & Cota, Crissy Webster Counseling Services, Dragonfly Designs, Dubois & King, Edward Jones Financial advisor Amy Duffy, HB Energy Solutions, Hill Top Grooming, Parker & Ankuda, P.C, PRIMERICA Financial Services, The Richards Group, Ultimate Auto Body and Vermont Beer Makers.

Flight B net winners

Crown Point Country Club was a gorgeous setting for the tournament, with  delicious food from the pub afterward. Thanks to Andy Bladyka, Jim Remy, Kristin Cook and the staff for helping to put on another great event.

Also, a big shout-out and thank you to the volunteers and the planning committee: Kelen Beardsley, Vermont Beer Makers, chair; Michael Schmitt, Black River Coffee Bar; Amy Duffy, Edward Jones Financial Advisor; Cas Krupinsky, Pearl Street Creatives; Sue Dana, Senior Solutions; Jerry Farnum, State Farm agent; Taylor Drinker, membership and events director and Alice Page, administrative director.

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