Ditch Witch Hospitality Event Coincides With Tournament

Thu June 20, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY’s Bill Coakley, Andrew Lazzaro and Jim Pape were on hand to catch up with customers who attended to Hospitality House event.
(L-R): Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY’s Bill Coakley, Andrew Lazzaro and Jim Pape were on hand to catch up with customers who attended to Hospitality House event.
(L-R): Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY’s Bill Coakley, Andrew Lazzaro and Jim Pape were on hand to catch up with customers who attended to Hospitality House event. (L-R): Steve Norris of Columbia Gas, Richard Anderson of Production Construction, Jeff Fricke of Team Fishel and Chris Gibson of Production Construction enjoy a day of PGA golf activities. (L-R): Matt and Tania DiIorio of Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY welcome the crew from R&R Pipeline to the Memorial Tournament hospitality house event. (L-R): Jarrett Gary and Rick Chaffin of George J. Igel Co. Inc. catch up with Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY’s Bill Coakley and Pat Murphy of George J. Igel Co.

Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western PA & Western NY hosted a hospitality house event for its customers and associates to coincide with the Memorial Tournament at the Muirfield Village Golf Course near Columbus, Ohio, on May 31.

Guests were treated to food and beverages at the hospitality house, situated on the seventh hole fairway, and PGA badges were provided, allowing access to the course where guests could follow the progress of their favorite players.

Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western PA & Western NY owner, Matt DiIorio said the event was an excellent way to mix business with pleasure, allowing his sales team and Ditch Witch factory representatives to visit with customers in a relaxed setting while taking in one of the premier golf events of the year.

Founded by Jack Nicklaus in 1976, the Memorial Tournament is held annually at the course he designed at Muirfield Village Golf Club. The PGA Tour event is an invitation-only tournament with only the first 75 players on the previous year’s money-list guaranteed invites. With a final round 68, Matt Kuchar was the winner of this year’s Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance. The tournament raises money for charitable contributions provided to organizations benefiting needy families throughout Columbus and Ohio. The primary charitable beneficiary of the tournament is Nationwide Children’s Hospital.