Over 30 teams of brave golfers experienced changing weather conditions for the 2012 2-Man Scramble Golf Tournament on October 12. Below are the winners of this years’ tournament that was held at the Kissing Camels Golf Course at the Garden of the Gods Club.
1st place : Jon Dickey & Mark Scheffe
2nd place: Eric Liebold & Michael Suggs
1st place: Rob Willis & Steve Zentz
2nd place: Casey Debusk & Jacqus Delang
Longest Drive men – Kirk Standley
Shortest drive – Rhett Osko
Closest to the Line Jacque Lange
Closest to the Pin – Tom McClung, Jon Dickey and Dylan Fischer
HBA Cares Passport – Danny Devlin
For pictures of the 2Man Scramble Golf Tournament, click here.
This Tournament benefited HBA Cares and the HBA Emerging Leadership Fund.
About HBA Cares: We connect community needs to the skills and abilities of the Housing and Building Industry.
HBA Cares, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded by members of the housing and building industry. HBA Cares is an independent organization with its own Board of Directors and budget responsibility. HBA Cares’ primary mission is to assist other non-profit agencies and programs with construction needs that will further their ability to provide housing and living assistance to Pikes Peak Region families in need. HBA Cares does not make contributions to other non-profits, but rather provides construction expertise and works to solicit donation of goods and services required for a construction project.
HBA Cares also provides support for charitable activities of members of the Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs.
About the HBA Emerging Leadership Fund: Developing the future leaders of the Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs.
One of the five critical success factors of the Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs is to address leadership development.
The HBA and several Past Presidents have been working with the emerging leaders and mentoring them on ways to get involved locally and at the state and national levels based upon their own experience and the interests of each emerging leader.
The Emerging Leadership Fund supports these emerging leaders by showing them the scope of involvement of the Association. This includes providing scholarships to the International Builders Show (IBS) where participants are required to attend educational classes, NAHB committee meetings, Colorado Caucus sessions and spend time on the IBS Show floor. The Fund also supports the emerging leaders at the NAHB Association Leadership
Institute. Emerging leaders are encouraged to become a state or local delegate for their local precinct, attend the Colorado Association of Home Builders (CAHB) Board meetings, as well as be involved on a committee or Council not only at the HBA, but on a city-wide or county-wide committee as well.