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Photo gallery: Ingram Micro Cure Kids Charity Golf Tournament

10 Apr 17

Ingram Micro New Zealand and its resellers and partners raised $59,000 for Cure Kids at the distributors annual Cure Kids Charity Golf Tournament, with resellers revelling in a day of golf, networking and fun.

While Cure Kids was the big winner of the day, there were plenty of other winners:

1st Place: Team Philips (Neil Ludlam, Karyn Gillespie, Bridget Bezencon and Melanie Wrann)

2nd Place: Team Randoms (Dean Van der Heever, Rob Fergusson, John Kinloch and Jarrod Watson)

 3rd Place: Team Origin IT (Jason Baynhan, Stuart Alexander, Craig Burston, and Chris Lessel)

 Last Place:  Team Oriental Pacific (Brad Findlay, Wade Booth, Dave Mackenzie and Philip Sainton)

Nearest to the pin:  Michael Duffin and Rob Fergusson

Longest Drive Front 9: Lana MacDonald and Craig Peyper

Longest Drive Back 9: Callie Fell and Peter Taylor

Straightest Drive: Rob Brawn

 Marshmallow Drive: Jeff Partridge

Tennis ball in a bucket: Dash Ingram Team

 Closest to Mike Z: Neil Ludlam

Closest to Whisky: Neil Ludlam

 Closest to Verve: John Wiltshire

Closest to Moet: Dave Ball

Closest to Pin: 1st Glen Witchy, 2nd Khalad Razi

3 out of 3 chip: Craig Burston

Best sponsored hole went to Ingram Micro Supplier, NZ Post, as selected by the team from Cure Kids.

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