On June 13, dozens of golf enthusiasts descended upon the Town of Wallkill Golf Club in Middletown, N.Y. and braved early rains for a good cause as Pine Bush Equipment's 12th annual golf outing went off without a hitch despite Mother Nature's brief interference. The yearly event, which benefits the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, has raised more than $260,000 over the past decade-plus. In addition to 18 challenging holes, guests were treated to three meals throughout the day as well as raffles, auctions, fabulous door prizes and more.
Tom Waterborn, Christine Reich and Joe Banach of Steven Willand Inc.
Jillian Schneider and Tim Bardin of Edward Jones with Sam Brelefski.
(L-R) are: Gerald Ketcham, Chris Ketcham and Kurt Ketcham, all of Ketcham Fencing – Otisville, N.Y.
Chris Raymond and Lauren Van Housen.
The field of players gathered in the golf club’s elegant dining room space for a buffet dinner prior to the announcement of who won the event.
Kurt Ketcham (L) and Chris Ketcham of Ketcham Fencing in Otisville, N.Y., pose before making their wagers at the blackjack table.
A look at the door prizes available to bidders who participated in the golf outing’s raffle.
One of Aunt Rhoda’s famous pies sold for more than $100 during the live auction portion of Pine Bush Equipment/Komatsu’s 12th annual Relay for Life Golf Outing at the Town of Walkill Golf Club in New York.
A look at some of the Komatsu apparel made available for the event’s silent auction.
Denise Harrison (L), American Cancer Society volunteer, and Holly Bodnar, marketing manager of Komatsu.
Spoony Martini, Anthony Guzzo, Derrick Baily and Carl Sherman Sr.
Armand Pizza of Komatsu (L) and Mark Hufcut of Pine Bush Equipment (R) take a break to chat with CEG Executive Publisher Teddy McKeon before teeing off.
(L-R) are: Mike Toth of American Express – Newburgh, N.Y., Sean Curran of Thompson Insurance – Pine Bush, N.Y., Pat Connell of Newburgh Winwater – Walden, N.Y. and Dick Daver of Jacobs Engineering – Fishkill, N.Y.
Kathy Trojahn of Pine Bush Equipment.
Bill Tucker of Komatsu Northeast putts on hole 18 as the rest of his team — Pat Mollo and Adam Wegener of Komatsu Financial and Andy Jett of Komatsu Northeast — watches in anticipation.
(L-R) are: Kevin Muntz of Komatsu – Pine Bush with Ed Conklin, Zach Axtell and Chris Dziengiel, all of Otterkill Golf Course.