Woods University held their fifth annual golf tournament Friday, raising $800
for the Scleroderma Foundation. It was a great performance by the top three
teams, with the final results coming down to the last few holes.
tournament at the Tanglewood Golf Course in Fulton as a fundraiser for the
fraternity, as well as to raise money for a charity. This year they chose to
donate the money raised to the Scleroderma Foundation in memory of Lyndsey
Ellis, a member of Alpha Chi Omega, who died last year. Her brother, Ryan, is a Pike.
tournament, making it a very competitive tournament. There were two divisions,
one for Pikes and alumni and the other for family, friends and faculty.
strokes with Chris Reinert’s team coming out on top with a score of 54. His
father and two other friends made up the rest of the team.
golf tournament for the first time, it could not have been a better
experience,” said Zach Hurst, a member of the second place team. “I had a great
make the day a success by donating money and prizes. Overall the atmosphere was
great. It was a fun and competitive tournament whether you came out on top or
CUTLINE: Chris Reinert’s winning team.