P1 Group charity golf tournament breaks fundraising record

P1 Group, Inc. held its annual charity golf tournament on September 8 at Drumm Farm Golf Course in Independence, Mo. The scramble format tournament yet again reached full capacity with 144 participants. This year, all proceeds benefited the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, specifically The University of Kansas Hospital’s Cystic Fibrosis Care Center.

TOP: P1 Group’s Mitch Reed shows his excitement to tee off on the seventeenth hole during the P1 Group Charity Golf Tournament. ABOVE: P1 Group’s Paul Smith presents a $10,000 check to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Participants were encouraged to donate by taking part in several pay-to-play challenges, including a putting contest and multiple par 3 contests challenging participants to hit the green off the tee. P1 Group also raised money by holding a raffle with vendor-donated prizes.

P1’s fundraising efforts resulted in $10,000 that the company was able to give to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the highest amount raised in tournament history.

First place winners of the A-flight included Don Campbell, Greg Sweeney, Ben Sweeney and Carlo Cammisano with a score of 60. Brent Ryan won the putting contest, and Sam Sowle and Terry Nickle each won par 3 contests.