The Glacier Technology 11th Annual Golf Outing was once again, a smashing success! A worthy cause received some much needed assistance and a great time was had by all who participated.
As in 2018, Glacier turned this highly competitive event into a fundraiser for a local non-profit organization that works to end hopelessness among teenagers. Event co-sponsors included Old National Bank and Imperial Systems. Our apparel supplier QRG donated golf swag for participants, including the caps in the image below. In addition, QRG is nominating TreeHouse for an additional $500 donation beyond what we raised at our event.
The weather this year, unlike last year, was picture perfect with light wind, blue skies, and 80 degree temperatures. The winning score was -2! The winning team was led by Tom Stecker, and included Jon Terry, Patrick Mulligan, Bree Hanson.
Team Stecker had unbelievable luck in drawing Patrick “who-didn’t-need-a” Mulligan (pictured on the right) as a player. Patrick drove the ball almost to the green on most shots (over 300 yards). This feat, along with Tom’s incredible player rotation for the consecutive hole competition, put team members “in the money” with $150 per player!
Earning “Closest to the Pin” was Chris Kenny with an amazing shot of 7 feet from the pin. Whether this shot was amazing, or everyone else’s shots were not so amazing, it was nonetheless a winner! The event’s “Longest Putt” was pulled off by our English friend, Lawrence Graham. Lawrence made an astounding 15 foot straight putt.
Fan-favorite, Iceman, Scott Clausen made a few good shots, but unfortunately most of his chip shots were more of an army style shot (“Over here, over there”).
The evening finished at the Clausen’s house with a gourmet meal prepared by our awesome chefs, Jon and Heather Terry. The overall consensus is that it was a great time and we have a lot to be grateful for!
Glacier Technology is proud to support TreeHouse, a local non-profit that provides invaluable support and services for the community. TreeHouse is on a mission to end hopelessness among teens, with a vision that every teen can be rooted in living hope — unleashing untold potential in communities everywhere.
In addition to hosting this event, Glacier has been a long time sponsor for a sporting clay shooting team that supports TreeHouse. The team, which largely consists of Scott’s childhood neighborhood friends, participated in the “Shoot for Hope” event. Glacier was also proud to participate in TreeHouse’s charity golf event played at Rush Creek Golf Course, which raised $350K. Scott Clausen was a committee member and helped to plan this great event.
Glacier Technology is extremely proud to support this organization and our community.