Proceeds benefit Central Kentucky nonprofit health organizations
LEXINGTON On Wednesday, May 24, the Lexington Medical Society Foundation’s (LMSF) 33rd Annual Golf Tournament teed off. At 1pm, 22 teams lined up for the starter’s call at the University of Kentucky Club on Leestown Road in Lexington.
Physicians and other medical community stakeholders and financial partners answered the call. Under sunny skies and near perfect conditions, players “scrambled” their way to the finish. Over $25,000 was raised through player’s fees and corporate sponsorships.
The winning team of David Smyth, Jay Bley, Hal Skinner, and Zach Doyle posted a handicapped scored of 35. The second place team was Kevin Lane, Adam Franklin, Jason Ayers, and Brandon Eason with a score of 39. The third place team was Kaveh Sajadi, MD, Ryan Atkinson, Daniel Hackett, MD, and Seth Christian with a score of 41.
LMSF chair John Collins once again steered the Foundation’s major fundraiser to a successful outcome. LMSF donates funding grants to Central Kentucky healthcare-oriented charities such as Baby Health Services, Bluegrass Council for the Blind, Radio Eye, Camp Horsin’ Around, Kidney Alliance of KY, Ronald McDonald House, Surgery on Sunday, and more.
Presenting sponsor of the 20232 tournament was Stock Yards Bank & Trust.