PRP scramble winnersMADISONVILLE, Ky. (6/13/18) — The Patrick Rudd Project 4-Man Golf Scramble held over the weekend at Madisonville Country Club raised $12,000 for the Patrick Rudd Project. The actual tournament began Saturday after the National Anthem was performed by Hopkins County Central High School graduate Rebecca Brooks. 

The tournament’s first place winners among 22 teams that competed were Gage Iles, Christian Seaton, John White and Chase Witsman. Second place winners were GR Chandler, Leif Neathery, Lee Riddle and Clint Sharber. Third-place winners were Darrett Brinker, Dylan Brinker, Eric Brinker and Trey Brinker, PRP leader Kelly Forbes announced.

“It was a fantastic tournament,” said participant Lee Riddle. “Great food and drinks, plenty of prizes and opportunities to win for golfers of all skill levels. The PRP Scramble was a way to give back to those that sacrifice for us and we had fun while doing it. How can you beat that?” 

Organizers are making plans to make the 4-Man Golf Scramble an annual event, with dates already set for 2019, Forbes said.

For information about next year’s tournament, contact Madisonville Country Club at 270-821-3700. For 2019 sponsorship opportunities, call Forbes at 270-871-2518 or Bill Rudd at 270-841-7796.

About the Patrick Rudd Project

The Patrick Rudd Project encourages citizens of Hopkins County to embrace local veterans and first responders in honor of Sgt. William Patrick Rudd, to assist veterans through the transitional phases of their lives and to promote a better understanding of veterans’ and first responders’ value the community. Since its inception in 2014, PRP has awarded more than $100,000 to local first responding agencies through Everyday Heroes mini grants.

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