Israel Cancer Association USA raises $100,000 at golf classic
Some 112 golfers participated in the Israel Cancer Association USA’s second annual ‘Pitch In for Cancer Research’ Golf Classic, raising $100,000 to support cancer research in Israel. The tournament was held April 11 at the Banyan Golf Club in West Palm Beach.
“We are so appreciative of the support our golf patrons provided Israel Cancer Association this year,” said 2011 event chairmen Lauren and Jeremy Schneider. “Because of the overwhelming response to the tournament, we will be able to fund 2-year fellowships to support cancer research by distinguished Israeli scientists – among the best in the world – developing earlier diagnostic methods and groundbreaking cancer treatments and therapies.”
Participants enjoyed a BBQ lunch prior to the shotgun start of the shambles format, then reconvened after play for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres during the silent auction and awards ceremony.
The first place Gross Score Team was comprised of Steve Bobrow, Richard Bornstein, Wally Feldman, and Barry Rubin. The first place Net Score Team included Lee Goldstein, Steve Grace, Lionel Greenbaum, and Bill Noel. Alan Safir won $100 as the finalist in the Putting Contest.
Serving on the 2011 Golf Committee were: Roy Apple, Nancy Berkley, Howard Brown, Peter Brown, Shari Cirkus, David Cohen, Lori Gendelman, Lee Goldstein, David Hirsch, Gene Hoffman, John Kessler, Fran Kittredge, David Markin, Dianne Meckler, Wilma Mooney, Yael Morris, Harvey L. Poppel, Barry Rubin and Peter Wohlgemuth.