Tunica County Sheriff's Office hosted 4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Tunica, Miss. - The Tunica County Sheriff's Office hosted its 4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, October 4, 2019 at the Tunica National Golf and Tennis in Robinsonville, Mississippi. Proceeds from the tournament benefit Le Bonheur's Children Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Le Bonheur functions as the region's primary Level 1 pediatric trauma center. This year, the golf tournament was in honor of Tunica native, Madysen Acey, who received life-saving care from Le Bonheur in 2010.
There were seven teams to participate. The tournament was a four-man 18 hole scramble. First place, with a score of 58, was Big Six Farm's team of Tommy Swindoll, Jeff Bailey, David Graves, and Greg Arnold. Second place, with a tie-breaking score of 60, was Chuck Graves, Jack Clayton, Donny Flowers, and John Graves. Third place, with a score of 60 was Rodney Whitl, Lance Hardison, Mark Mask, and Kerry Parker. Beau Gregory won the closest to the pin contest.
This years sponsors were Gephart Electrical Construction Company, Howard Industries, Inc., Canon Farms, Planters Bank, Mississippi Supply Company, Inc., Joseph and Barbara Aycock, Canines & Crooks Law Enforcement Supplis, McDonald Outdoor Advertising, Tunica Pharmacy, Citizens Bank & Trust Company, and Delta Southern UAS.
The Sheriff's Office thanks all of the tournament participants and sponsors for their contributions to make this year's tournament a success. We are so appreciative of the support shown and given from our community. We look forward to seeing you all next year, and invite everyone to join us to support this great cause!