Industry Duffers Take On One of Vegas Best

May 5, 2005

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Industry Duffers Take On One of Vegas Best


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Industry Duffers Take On One of Vegas Best

The 9th Annual SupplySide West Golf Classic, sponsored by Pharmachem Laboratories, saw more than 220 golfers playing on the Sun Mountain and Wolf courses at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, the second time the tournament has been held there. The course selection of Paiute, in my opinion, is the best golf complex in the region for multi players since it has three courses for activity, said Dick Beitel, Pharmachems vice president of sales.

Over a luncheon at the clubhouse that featured hamburgers, chicken, salads and dessert, Beitel helped draw for raffle prizes that included Ping drivers, golf shoes, Paiute course shirts and a putter. Following the raffle, awards were given individually for each course. In third place on the Sun Mountain course, with a score of 61, were David Barnes; and ADMs Greg Dodson, Spurgeon Hendrick and Tony Lucia. In second place, with a score of 60, were Brick Chambers, Seventeen Plus; Jerry Cochern, Pure Essence; Keith Hensley, Formulation Technologies; and Dave Strawbridge. And, in first place, also with a score of 60, were Paul Brady, Particle Dynamics; Mark Lebovitz, Learned Industries; and Marco Hi- Techs David Garner and Mark Levitt.

Also on the Sun Mountain course, Closest to the Pin honors went to Lynda Hammons, Natures Sunshine, and Charlie Kotani, Kyowa Hakko USA. Longest Drive winners were Kimberly Austin, Natural Health Science, and Bill Van Dyke from B&D Nutritional Ingredients.

In third place on the Wolf course, with a score of 60, were Paul Faganel, Embria Health Sciences; TKTKTKTKTKTKTKTK; and consultant Tim Schaafsma. In second place, with a score of 58, were Kevin Matuozzi, Plus Pharma; Andy Rodriquez, Pinnacle Labs; and John Allison and Eric Barber, Valentine Enterprises. In first place, with a score of 57, were Blake Christiansen and Matt Larsen from Natures Sunshine with Ken Bender and John Musselman from GTC Nutrition.

As for individual prizes on the Wolf course, Longest Drive was Lucie Nicholls, Carmi, and Natures Sunshines Christiansen. Closest to the Pin was Emile Henein, BASF, and John Delgrosso, Cornerstone Nutritional Labs.

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