Marco Police Foundation Open decided by tiebreaker

Individual winners at the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open, from left, Jim Lane, longest drive, Joan Laimbeer, longest drive, and Mark Doherty, closest to the pin. No woman landed their drive on the green to count for closest to the pin.

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Individual winners at the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open, from left, Jim Lane, longest drive, Joan Laimbeer, longest drive, and Mark Doherty, closest to the pin. No woman landed their drive on the green to count for closest to the pin.

Sutton Shanahan, six months, seems ready to party, while Connor Rice, five months, is a bit more laid back at the luncheon at the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club.

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Sutton Shanahan, six months, seems ready to party, while Connor Rice, five months, is a bit more laid back at the luncheon at the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club.

The team of Bob Holm, left, Jim Bonfitto, Tony Ianotta and Mike Kelly placed third in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club.

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The team of Bob Holm, left, Jim Bonfitto, Tony Ianotta and Mike Kelly placed third in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club.

Mike Kelly follows his ball in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club. His team finished third in a very competitive outing to support the foundation.

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Mike Kelly follows his ball in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club. His team finished third in a very competitive outing to support the foundation.

Below: Jay Harrington, Ed and Taylor Hamilton watch as Pat Hamilton nearly makes a putt at the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open at Island Country Club on Saturday.

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Below: Jay Harrington, Ed and Taylor Hamilton watch as Pat Hamilton nearly makes a putt at the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open at Island Country Club on Saturday.

Joey Benko hits out of a sand trap at the Island Country Club in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday. The event benefited the foundation.

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Joey Benko hits out of a sand trap at the Island Country Club in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday. The event benefited the foundation.

Scott Campbell, CEO of Physicians Regional Healthcare System, announces that Physicians Regional will be the name sponsor for the annual Marco Police Foundation Open. He made the announcement at the luncheon for the 10th annual event on Saturday at Island Country Club.

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Scott Campbell, CEO of Physicians Regional Healthcare System, announces that Physicians Regional will be the name sponsor for the annual Marco Police Foundation Open. He made the announcement at the luncheon for the 10th annual event on Saturday at Island Country Club.

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The team of Scott Gibbs, left, Brian Day, Dave Rice Jr. and Scott Shea, won the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open at Island Country Club on Saturday.

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Roger LaLonde/Staff The team of Scott Gibbs, left, Brian Day, Dave Rice Jr. and Scott Shea, won the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open at Island Country Club on Saturday.

Dick Shanahan, chairman of the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open, thanks those who took part and recognizes "Disco" Dave Bierbrauer (in background) for bringing in 47 raffle gifts for the event.

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Dick Shanahan, chairman of the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open, thanks those who took part and recognizes "Disco" Dave Bierbrauer (in background) for bringing in 47 raffle gifts for the event.

The team of Bill Lyle, Tee McCabe, Jim Lane (not shown, Scott Hendrickson), tied for first, but settled for second after scores on the hardest holes were tabulated to decide the scramble winner.

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The team of Bill Lyle, Tee McCabe, Jim Lane (not shown, Scott Hendrickson), tied for first, but settled for second after scores on the hardest holes were tabulated to decide the scramble winner.

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 Jacquie Koon sinks a putt in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club.

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Roger LaLonde/Staff Jacquie Koon sinks a putt in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open on Saturday at Island Country Club.

Golfers in the 10th annual Marco Police Foundation Open scrambled for a winning score; but a named sponsor for the event was scored on Saturday at the Island Country Club.

Scott Gibbs, Dave Rice Jr., Brian Day and Sean Shea, won the outing, but a tiebreaker had to be used for the decision.

They tied with the foursome of Tee McCabe, Scott Hendrickson, Jim Lane and Bill Lyle at 56 in the scramble event. The scores on the toughest holes were then tabulated with Gibbs' team coming out the winner.

Third place went to the team of Mike Kelly, Jim Bonfitto, Tony Iannotta and Bob Holm with a 59.

Individual winners were, closest to the pin, Mark Doherty, longest drives, Joan Laimbeer and Jim Lane. No woman drove onto the green for the closest to the pin.

Dick Shanahan, event chairman, announced that Physicians Regional Healthcare System will be the name sponsor, beginning next year. It will be named the Physicians Regional Open.

Scott Campbell, CEO, said, "We want to be the major sponsor to show our commitment to Marco and the surrounding the area."

He said the new clinic on Marco Island should be complete in late December or early January. Physicians Regional's new clinic will have 8,500 square feet, with 3,500 for a walk-in clinic. It will have primary care physicians, specialists and rehab services.

Physicians Regional sponsored the lunch, the Marco Eagle, advertising, CJ's on the Bay the hole-in-one prize that wasn't won and Morgan Stanley, golf balls.

"Disco" Dave Bierbrauer was recognized by Shanahan for providing 57 raffle prizes.

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