The 24th annual Reinhardt University Dave Henritze Scholarship Golf Classic, played at Hawks Ridge Golf Club in Ball Ground, Ga., on May 14, was an enormous success.
“This was a very successful golf tournament,” said Barbara Manous, Reinhardt’s director of fund raising and church relations. “Under the leadership of Chairman Glenn Warren of Warren Capital Corporation, we were able to raise funds for our work/study program, which provides work-on-campus opportunities for more than 180 students, and our Reinhardt scholarship fund. We do it all for our deserving students."
First Low Net Winners: Max Reeves (from left), Drew Tutton, Frank Sobeck and Steve Goins.
The Golf Classic included 103 players, 31 major sponsors—who contributed from $20,000 to $1,500 each—and 19 hole sponsors.
One team was awarded top honors. Taking First Low Net was the team representing Ed Voyles Dealerships, which included Max Reeves, from left, Drew Tutton, Frank Sobeck and Steve Goins.
David Durham Henritze (1923-2000), one of the founders of the Reinhardt University Scholarship Golf Classic in 1989, chaired the Classic for 10 years. Just prior to his death, he was honored by having the tournament named for him. Dave, a dedicated Reinhardt trustee, was a strong believer in and supporter of educational assistance for young people. Although Dave passed on May 4, 2000, his legacy lives forever through the Reinhardt students he helped.
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