The team of Zimmerman, Spotloe, McGee, and Bowers, at left above, took home the winnings from the annual Barbour Chamber of Commerce golf tournament at the Barbour Country Club. 

Also pictured on their left are the runners-up from Barbour Community Health, including J Rogers, T Rogers, Bibey and Richardson.  There were no winners from the Hole-in-One Contest.

The Barbour County Chamber’s Annual Golf Tournament was held on Friday, September 9th.  Hole sponsors included Dr. Tim and Ronda Barry, Alderson Broaddus University, Mountain State Quilting, Cvechko Insurance, Ed and Karen Larry, Sheriff Brett Carpenter, Dave’s Plumbing & Heating, Freedom Bank, the Barbour County Development Authority, Snyder Industries, Arch Coal, Mullens & Mullens Attorneys, Country Roads Wellness, the Dr. Terry Jones family, Kaiser’s Coffee & Candy, Arch Coal, and the Community Health Association.  The latter provided Melissa Foy and Amy Chenoweth as witnesses for the Hole-in-One contest sponsored by Allegheny Insurance, which could have earned $ 10,000.

Katherine and Lori Cunningham from Country Roads Wellness helped with registration, Broaddus Hospital provided lunches, the Barbour Health Association beverages, and the Barbour Country Club several important services.  Mike Cvechko from Cvechko Insurance served as Master of Ceremonies.  

Participating teams included Snyder Industries, winners Greg Zimmerman, two teams from Country Roads Wellness, Cvechko Insurance, Arch Coal, and Alderson Broaddus UniversityThe winning team earned $500 cash, the runners-up $300. Mountain Hospice, Cvechko Insurance, Country Roads Wellness, Barbour Community Health, and Alderson Broaddus University donated multiple door prizes.  Tyler Rogers won the 50/50 drawing. 

Complimentary golf certificates presented as prizes were received from Stonewall Resort, Pipestem State Park, Tygart Lake State Park, Lake Floyd Golf Course, Canaan Valley State Park, Highlands Golf Course in Franklin, and Holly Meadows. Larry Spotloe had the longest drive, Greg Zimmerman was closest to the pin, and Mike Richardson had the longest putt. Proceeds from the tournament fund student activities at Philip Barbour High School.