Charity Golf Tournament Helps Disadvantaged Children
It’s a special day when people come together for a good cause. And that’s just what happened last week when Interstate Restoration’s clients and vendors participated in our 7th annual golf charity tournament in Colorado. We raised more than $34,000 for the Denver 20/30 Active Children’s Foundation.
Amazingly, two records were set that day at Bear Dance Golf Course—one of Colorado’s most challenging courses. Highlights included a first ever hole-in-one on a PAR 4 measuring 380 yards…followed by a double eagle measuring 492 years on a PAR 5. Both are extremely rare and once in a life time occurrences.
A special thanks to all of our sponsors and players for helping raise funds to benefit children in need.