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ICCF golf tourney raises green on the green

Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
Wayne Purvis, Susan Peterson, Douglass Peterson and Chris Laimbeer wait for Sunday's Island  Club Charitable Foundation tournament to start.

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Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent Wayne Purvis, Susan Peterson, Douglass Peterson and Chris Laimbeer wait for Sunday's Island Club Charitable Foundation tournament to start.

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  • Anne Claire Shelton Eagle Correspondent
It was a beautiful day on Sunday for a golf tournament. The lovely Island Country Club provided the perfect setting for a wonderful afternoon of golf, friendship and fundraising at the 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Island Club Charitable Foundation.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
The ICCF charity golf tournament kicked off with a performance by Chuck 'The Hit Man' Hiter, who thrilled the crowd by hitting balls in various ways.
  • Anne Claire Shelton Eagle Correspondent
The crowd take in Chuck 'The Hit Man' Hiter's performance at the Island Club Charitable Foundation's outing o Sunday.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
After a few last minute instructions the teams were off at the 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Island Country Club.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
Wayne Purvis, Susan Peterson, Douglass Peterson and Chris Laimbeer wait for Sunday's Island  Club Charitable Foundation tournament to start.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
Don Kolowsky of Marco and Dave Laube of Naples played in the Island Club Charitable Foundation tourney.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
Grant Taleck and Tommy Jewell of Naples High played  in the 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. High school golf programs were among those to benefit from the tourney.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
Wes Blackwell, chairman of the ICCF Board of Directors, left, with Jerry Smith,  was pleased with Sunday's turnout, Hoping to raise $100,000 to benefit local charities.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspondent
The Island Club Charitable Foundation charity golf tournament kicked off with a performance by Chuck 'The Hit Man' Hiter, who thrilled the crowd by hitting balls in all kinds of odd ways. From lobbing a ball across the green while riding a unicycle, to bouncing a ball repeatedly off the shaft of his driver, Hiter showed he had some serious hand-eye coordination.
  • Anne Claire Shilton Eagle Correspindent
Kaitie Cross and teammate Terry McCreanor pause for a moment before playing in the 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Island Club Charitable Foundation on Sunday.

Under a gorgeous blue sky, the 11th annual Charity Golf Tournament got off to a glorious start on Sunday.

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