Celebrating our 24th Annual Golf Classic

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of KU Students Receive Financial Aid

Kingswood Golf Classic

June 13, 2020

Join us for our 24th Annual Kingswood Golf Classic. It’s a tournament of fun, friendly competition. It’s about bragging rights and creating future legacies. It’s about raising funds for Kingswood students by hitting the golf course with your favourite foursome.

As our biggest fundraising event of the year, the Kingswood Golf Classic’s purpose is to provide further financial aid and scholarships to Kingswood students – men and women being equipped to become servant leaders who will make a global impact for the Church and ultimately for Christ!

What’s the 2020 goal?  – 100 golfers (men & women) raising over $25,000 in scholarships for our students here at Kingswood University.

For general information or if you wish to be a corporate sponsor please contact us below.
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Event Schedule

Saturday June 13, 2020

7:00 – 7:45 AM
Golfer Registration & Check-in at Sussex Golf and Curling Club

7:45 AM
Cart Talk & Review of Rules

8:00 AM
Assigned Hole for Shotgun Start

After Golf
Kingswood Golf Classic Awards Banquet held at Kingswood University, Wesley Hall (lower level of Saunders Irving Chapel). Great food, prizes, and a university update from President Steve Lennox.

Tournament Rules
  • Each team member tees off on every hole. The best of the tee shots is selected and all players play their second shots from that spot. Each team member may place their ball within one club-length of the selected shot, no nearer to the hole.  The best of the second  shots is determined, then all play their third shots from that spot, and so on until the ball is holed.
  • A minimum of 3 drives must be used from each team member.
  • If the selected shot is in a hazard, the ball may be placed within one club-length, but must remain in the hazard and placed no nearer to the hole.
  • If the selected shot is on the fringe of the green, the ball may be placed within one club-length, but cannot be placed onto the putting surface.
  • When putting, the ball must be placed within one putter head length of the selected shot, no nearer to the hole.
  • Most important rule of the day – HAVE FUN!
Prizes and Awards

Build your Team Legacy!

Scholarship Naming Rights will be awarded to the top 3 fundraising teams.

  • 1st place Fundraising Team will have the privilege and honour of naming a $3000 scholarship to be awarded in the fall.
  • 2nd place Fundraising Team will have the privilege and honour of naming a $2000 scholarship to be awarded in the fall.
  • 3rd place Fundraising Team will have the privilege and honour of naming a $1000 scholarship to be awarded in the fall.

Traditional Tournament Categories

  • Team with Best Score
  • Longest Drive (men’s & women’s)
  • Most Honest Team

Hole Prizes 

  • Hole 1: Longest Drive contest
  • Hole 4: $15,000 towards a car at City Auto
  • Hole 6: Closest to the Pin contest
  • Hole 13: $10,000 cash prize from Source for Sports Sussex
  • Hole 15: $5,000 vacation from Expedia Cruise Ship Centre Saint John
  • Putting Green: Visit before you tee off on Hole 1.  Successful putts will be entered in a draw for a great prize
  • Driving Range: Visit before you tee off on Hole 10. All shot landing in the swimming pool will be entered in a draw for a great prize
Golfers Pledge Sheet

Directions:
Print off the pledge form below to record and track your fundraising efforts – cash, cheques and on-line support.

You must bring this sheet with you (along with corresponding cash and cheques) when you check-in at Sussex Golf Club.

On-line pledge support can be made by directing your sponsors to the Sponsor a Golfer page.  You’ll be notified by Debbie Benson when someone has made an online contribution of support for you.

Download Your Pledge Support Record Sheet

Kingswood Classic 2017 Results
 

The 21st Kingswood Golf Classic held on June 3, 2017, saw 78 golfers on the Sussex Golf Course to Play with the Purpose of raising funds for financial aid and scholarships for Kingswood University.

Individual Achievement

Longest Drive on Hole # 1 – Bill Moore (Green Diamond Equipment)

Closest to Pin on Hole # 6 –John Wesselius (Fundy Agriculture)

Closest to Hole on Putting Green – Rod Guptill, AJ Guptill (Team Guptill)

The Top Church Trophy given for number teams in the tournament, distance travelled and funds raised goes to Saint John First who fielded three teams and raised over $3,000 for the Golf Classic.  Congratulations to Lead Pastor Graham Perry.

Top Three Fundraising Teams

The top three fundraising teams earn Naming rights to Scholarships to be awarded to Kingswood University students in the fall semester. 

  1. The top Scholarship valued at $3,000 is awarded to Team Sussex comprised of Tony Benson, Jeff Fuller, Hugh Hogg and Steve Moffett, raising a total of $7,880. The Donald R. Moffett Memorial Golf Scholarship is named in memory of long-time member of the team, Don Moffett.
  2. The Brown’s Flat Community Scholarship valued at $2,000 is named by the Brown’s Flat team of Anne MacNeill, Heather Gray, and Mike & Jennifer Veres, raising a total of $3,120.
  3. The Wayne “Chappy” Cook Honourary Golf Scholarship valued at $1,000 is named by the Grand Manan team of Michael Park, Casey Benson, Roger Morse, and Leon Quick.
    Funds Raised:  $2,857.

Top Three Fundraising Individuals

Top Individual Fundraiser:  Anne MacNeill, raising $2,595.

2nd Place Fundraiser:  Tony Benson, raising $2,580

3rd Place Fundraiser:  Michael Park, raising $2,217

Best Team Scores

1st Place: Grand Manan:  Michael Park, Casey Benson, Roger Morse, Leon Quick – 66

2nd Place (tie): Fredericton:  Peter Beckwith, Ken Hooper, Ron McArthur, Bob Wood – 68

2nd Place (tie): City Auto:  Mark Muscroft, Mike Swift, Kevin Bernard, Kevin Wynn – 68

Over $56,000 was raised through corporate sponsorships and golfers raising support.  Thank you to all who participated, making this a very successful Golf Classic.

Kingswood Classic 2018 Results
 

The 22nd Kingswood Golf Classic held on June 2, 2018, saw 80 golfers on the Sussex Golf Course to Play with the Purpose of raising funds for financial aid and scholarships for Kingswood University.

Individual Achievement

Longest Drive on Hole # 1 – Rod Guptill

Closest to Pin on Hole # 6 –Ralph Manzer

Closest to Hole on Putting Green –  Mike Doiron

The Top Church Trophy given for number teams in the tournament and funds raised goes to Sussex Wesleyan who fielded three teams and raised over $5,500 for the Golf Classic.  Congratulations to Lead Pastor Don Ingersoll.

Top Three Fundraising Teams

The top three fundraising teams earn Naming rights to Scholarships to be awarded to Kingswood University students in the fall semester. 

  1. The top Scholarship valued at $3,000 is named by Team Sussex comprised of Tony Benson, Margaret Crothers, Steve Moffett, and Linda McGuigan. This team raised a total of $4,510.  The Donald R. Moffett Memorial Golf Scholarship is named in memory of long-time member of the team Don Moffett.
  2. The Brown’s Flat Community Scholarship valued at $2,000 is named by the Browns Flat team of Anne MacNeill, Heather Gray, and Mike & Jennifer Veres, raising a total of $3,465.
  3. The second team from Browns Flat will name the third scholarship p valued at $1,000. Members of this team are Russell Hall, Terry Hurd, Walter Long, and Ken McGeorge. Funds Raised:  $3,000.

The top three fundraising individuals

Top Individual Fundraiser:  Tony Benson, raising $3,810

2nd Place Fundraiser:  Anne MacNeill, raising $2,580

3rd Place Fundraiser:  Michael Park, raising $2,217

Best Team Scores

1st Place: Woods Harbour/Harvest House – 69
Jason Parker, Cal Maskery, Thomas Flemmicks, Randy Pirie.

2nd Place (tie):  Excel Terminix– 70
Shaun Ricker, Dexter Lyons, Joe Banks, Ryan Belding

2nd Place (tie):  Saint John 1 – 70
Graham Perry, Mike Doiron, Bentley Boucher, James Smith

Over $50,000 was raised through corporate sponsorships and golfers raising support.  Thank you to all who participated, making this a very successful Golf Classic.

 
Kingswood Classic 2019 Results
 

The 23rd Kingswood Golf Classic held on June 2, 2018, saw 80 golfers on the Sussex Golf Course to Play with the Purpose of raising funds for financial aid and scholarships for Kingswood University.

Individual Achievement

Longest Drive on Hole # 1 – Matt Veysey

Closest to Pin on Hole # 6 – Rod Guptill

Longest Putt – James Carpenter

Into the Pool – James Carpenter

The Top Church Trophy given for number teams in the tournament and funds raised goes to Saint John First Wesleyan who fielded three teams and raised over $2,300 for the Golf Classic.  Congratulations to Lead Pastor Graham Perry.

Top Three Fundraising Teams

The top three fundraising teams earn Naming rights to Scholarships to be awarded to Kingswood University students in the fall semester. 

  1. The top Scholarship valued at $3,000 is named by Team Sussex comprised of Tony Benson, Margaret Crothers, Linda McGuigan, and Cully Robinson.  This team raised a total of $4,285.  The Donald R. Moffett Memorial Golf Scholarship is named in memory of previous long-time member of the team Don Moffett.
  2. The Brown’s Flat Putters have the honour of naming a scholarship valued at $2,000 for achieving 2nd place in fundraising with $3,913 raised.  Members of this team are Russell Hall, Terry Hurd, Walter Long, and Ken McGeorge.  They have named this scholarship in memory of Rev. Jack MacKenzie, a godly servant who faithfully served in ministry until his death in May of 2019.
  3. The Grand Manan team of Michael Park, Casey Benson, and Leon Quick won 3rd place in fundraising, and have chosen to name their scholarship the Chappy Cook Honourary Golf Scholarship valued at $1,000.  Funds Raised:  $2,075.

The top three fundraising individuals

Top Individual Fundraiser:  Tony Benson, raising $3,810

2nd Place Fundraiser:  Anne MacNeill, raising $2,580

3rd Place Fundraiser:  Michael Park, raising $2,217

Best Team Scores

1st Place: Bob Whitters Team – 62
Blake Kyle, Marcus Norrad, Bob Whitters, Nick Whitters

2nd Place: Aramark Team – 63
Tom Burrell, Brian Slemming, Matt Veysey, David Weatherby

3rd Place: City Auto
Kevin Bernard, James Carpenter, Mark Muscroft, Mike Swift  (5725)

Over $43,000 was raised through corporate sponsorships and golfers raising support.  Thank you to all who participated, making the Golf Classic a success!

Your participation makes a difference!