Strictly Business on the Golf Course

By Justine Gaskamp on 05/20/2013 Sean Livengood, Anthony Randle, and Devin McDonald took first place in the PBL Golf Scramble-Justine Gaskamp photoSean Livengood, Anthony Randle, and Devin McDonald took first place in the PBL Golf Scramble-Justine Gaskamp photo Goodwell, Okla.—Sunny skies and light wind made it a great day for golf as members of the OPSU chapter of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda hosted a 3-person golf scramble on Saturday, May 11 at the OPSU Golf Course.

The group raised approximately $850.00 for their upcoming trip to the FBLA-PBL national competition in Anaheim, Calif. in June. Faculty advisors Davin Winger and Sara Hitch agreed that the tournament was a success and would like to thank everyone who participated.

Out of the field of eight teams, first place went to Anthony Randle, Sean Livengood, and Devin McDonald; the second place winners included Jerry Behne, Jeremiah Johnson, and Vincent Lemming; Mike Stephens, Roger McKinnon, and Jimmy Mull took third place by winning a playoff hole.

The PBL students planned and organized the entire event, which is a source of pride for their advisors. Winger and Hitch feel that this alone offered a great learning experience for the business students.


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