Tournament raises $2,800 for WhidbeyHealth Foundation / Golf

Winning team member Casey Audette shows off some of the spoils of victory Sunday. (Photo by Mitch Aparicio)

The Bennett Boyles Memorial Golf Tournament, hosted by the Penn Cove Brewing Company, raised nearly $3,000 for the Whidbey Health Foundation Sunday, Aug. 13.

The tournament, named after Coupeville Middle School student Bennett Boyles who died in April of brain tumors, was played at the Whidbey Golf Club.

The Audette Construction team of Casey Audette, Matt Sherman, Todd Melnick and Eric Gentry shot nine-under to win the tournament, edging defending champions Chris Marti, AJ Davis, Christian Lyness and Curtis Ashbey.

This was the second annual tournament sponsored by the Penn Cove Brewing Company, owned by Mitch and Marc Aparicio, to raise money for a local cause.

The Aparicios chose the WhidbeyHealth Foundation to receive the proceeds of this year’s tournament to help support local cancer patients and their families.

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