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LPGA: Ladies Professional Golf Association golfer Megan Khang, second from right, makes a guest appearance at the Day Kimball Hospital Putnam Bank Golf Classic with three members of the Woodstock Academy Girls' Golf Team, left to right: Maria Santucci, Ciara McKinnon, and Kaily LaChapelle..

PUTNAM — The 35th Annual Day Kimball Hospital (DKH) Putnam Bank Golf Classic raised more than $104,000. The net proceeds of which will support technology upgrades and cancer care at Day Kimball Hospital.
“We couldn’t have asked for a better turnout to celebrate the 35th year of our tournament,” said Day Kimball Healthcare Director of Development Kristen Willis. “It’s amazing to see the combination of dedicated donors, hospital staff, volunteers and business partners come together to help us exceed our fund-raising goal of $80,000 and enable us to continue to provide high quality care to our patients and their families.”
A special highlight from the day was a guest appearance by Ladies Professional Golf Association golfer Megan Khang from Rockland, Mass. The up-and-coming 21 year old has placed in the top 10 in her last two LPGA tournaments and is well on her way to representing the U.S. on the 2019 Soleheim Cup team with a current ranking of sixth out of the eight top players who qualify. As part of her guest appearance at the DKH Putnam Bank Golf Classic, three lucky members of the Woodstock Academy Girls’ Golf Team were given the unique and exciting opportunity to play alongside Khang in the afternoon. Kaily LaChapelle, Ciara McKinnon, and Maria Santucci described their day as an “experience of a lifetime,” learning first-hand about what it takes to become a professional golfer on the LPGA tour. 
Putnam Bank partnered with Day Kimball Hospital as the title sponsor for the third year in a row, contributing another $25,000 toward Day Kimball Hospital initiatives over the next year.
“Putnam Bank is pleased to partner with Day Kimball Hospital in support of the annual golf tournament, which over the years has raised more than $1.9 million dollars, which assists the important mission of Day Kimball Hospital in providing needed medical care to residents of northeastern Connecticut. With the unwavering support of the many volunteers and other sponsors of this event, it demonstrates that Together We Make a Difference,” said Thomas A. Borner president and CEO of Putnam Bank.
Other major sponsors for the event included Wheelabrator as a Gold Sponsor; and Silver Sponsors Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Athenahealth, Claflin Company, Colonial Health Rehab Center of Plainfield, Downes Construction Co., NES Healthcare Group, Northeast Development Company, Putnam Plastics Corporation, Putnam Rotary Club, Reid & Riege P.C., Shipman & Goodwin, LLP, Weiss, Hale & Zahansky Strategic Wealth Advisors. More than 130 other local and regional businesses and organizations participated in the event to support the provision of healthcare in northeastern Connecticut.
Since its founding 35 years ago, the golf tournament has raised more than $1,974,000 to benefit Day Kimball Healthcare’s mission.
Golf Classic Results
Gross results: First place with a score of 41.5 was Verizon Wireless team of Dave Haggett, Josh Paul, Rich Denesha and Joe Salan; second place (on matching cards) with a score of 43 was Wheelabrator team of Mike Gregory, George Kelly, Steve Peluso, and Jim DiNoia.
Net results: First place with a score of 54 was Walmart team of Roger Noll, Pat Kozelka, Jonah Dupuis, and Sean Vigue; second place with a score of 57 was ERW Inc. team of Eric Whittenburg, Ray Underwood, John D’Amico, and Jim Ransford.
Closest to the pin honors went to Eric Schulman, Ray Underwood, Megan Khang, Jonah Dupuis, and Pat O’Brien.
Eagle on 5 – Roger Knoll, Pat Kozelka, Jonah Dupuis, Sean Vigue
Eagle on 8 – Ed Griffin, Kevin Griffin, Mike Klosowski, Brandon Griffin
Eagle on 13 – Dick Loomis, John Miller, Gary Rawson, Treavor Smith
Eagle on 14 – Ed Griffin, Kevin Griffin, Mike Klosowski, Brandon Griffin



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