Golf tournament a success

LIHUE — Danny Cremer was being paged as the golf carts were filled and the shotgun start about to take place Sunday during the Easter Seals golf tournament at the Kauai Lagoons Golf Club.

The page must have worked because Cremer finished the tournament earning the B Flight Closest to the Pin honors at the Mauka Par 3 Hole No. 5 at 26 feet, 8 inches. He was joined by Lincoln Kakutani earning Closest to the Pin for the A Flight at the Mauka Par 3 Hole No. 5, his ball rolling to within 11 feet, 8 inches.

Amy Stewart took the Women Flight honors when her ball settled at 42 feet, 1 inch.

Art Fujita copped Closest to the Pin honors for the A Flight on the Mauka Par 3, Hole No. 8 with his shot landing 8 feet, 4 inches from the puka.

Clarence Ishida was the closest on the Mauka Par 3, Hole No. 8 for the B Flight, his ball settling at 14 feet, 3 inches, and Sharon Kuwae took the Women Flight on the same hole at 14 feet, 1 inch.

Craig Watanabe took the Closest to the Pin honors for the A Flight at the Moana Par 3, Hole 5 with a lie of 13 feet, 10 inches. Mario Rendon took the B Flight honors at 19 feet, 11 inches and Claire Morishige got the Women Flight honors on a lie of 9 feet.

Todd Ozaki was the A Flight Closest to the Hole at the Moana Par 3, Hole No. 8 at 10 feet, 4 inches with Mike Laureta getting the B Flight honors at 10 feet, 5 inches and Shirleen Marzo getting the Women Flight honor at 8 feet, 2 inches.

The team of Alton Spencer and Calvin Threat carded a net 65 to earn 20th place and a pair of 1-night accomodations in a Premium Island View Studio Villa at the Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas.

Scott Guynes and Tim Langen followed a stroke back at 66 to earn the 31st place prize of two rounds of golf and lunch for two at The Club at Kukuiula.

Kent Tomimoto and Scott Kouchi teamed for a 55 to win first place which includes a round of golf at the Poipu Bay Golf Course and two nights’ stay in a one-bedroom unit at the Lawai Beach Resort.

Ozaki got his second prize of the day, teaming with Brant Fuchigami to net 63 for 10th place honors and a night’s accomodation in a luxury one-bedroom garden view condo suite at the Outrigger Kiahuna Plantation Resort and a round of golf at the Kiahuna Golf Course.

Janet Largusa had the first ball falling into the specially-designated hole for the golf ball drop conducted by Jack Harter Helicopters, earning the round trip for two trip to Las Vegas for five nights with hotel accomodations at the California, Freemont, or Main Street Station with three meals daily, courtesy of Mokihana Travel.

Dean Toyofuku earned the $500 shopping spree by the Kukui Grove Center, and Alanna Lind was the recipient of the $300 jewelry certificate by A&B Jewelry.

Hawaiian Insurance and Guaranty, celebrating its 100th anniversary as one of Hawaii’s oldest insurance companies, was the title sponsor.


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