The 15th Annual Tiger Golf Classic was a huge success!

This year’s tournament was held at the Windsor Golf Club, with a record 143 participants teeing off at the shotgun start.

Before the tournament, Jeremy Freitas dominated the putting contest with a rather impressive hole in one. At the Closest to the Hole contest, Dion Noonan beat out the competition with a distance of 6 feet 10 inches.

When tee time came around at 1:00, the weather was perfect for a golf tournament. The competition was fierce and fun and everyone played their hearts out for a good cause.

The tournament awarded prizes for two categories: the team with the best net score and the team with the best gross score.

In the end, Curt Nommson, Barry Wong, Ryan LaRoque, and Jeremy Freitas net score of 65 beat out the competition. Mike Woodbury, Dion Noonan Shannon Hash, Brian Ogston, and Jeff Ogston won for best gross score with a total of 54.

After the business of the tournament was finished, the party at Charlie’s Grill could start. Dinner, drinks, a raffle, and auctions entertained the 179 guests, many of whom were former Tigers.

Both the silent auction and the live auction attracted many participants, with great prizes ranging from golf clubs to sports memorabilia to wine to an airplane flight over Sonoma County—even a chicken coop built by the Analy woodshop.

This year, all of the money raised from the tournament and auctions goes toward landscaping and signage on High School Road and embellishments to the new Analy stadium.

Want to get in on the action next year and help raise money for the Tigers? Friday, May 6, 2016 is the date for the next Tiger Golf Classic. Space is limited, so don’t wait to sign up!