FARMINGTON — Davis golfers, and supporters of the game, have raised $17,500 for various educational programs looking for a little extra help in these tight times.
The 14th annual Davis Commissioners’ Cup golf tournament was Aug. 15 at Davis Park Golf Course in Kaysville.
The tournament has been held annually since 1999 to benefit the young people of Davis County through various educational programs that apply annually for the funds, county officials said.
Grant applications for the funds are now being accepted by the county. Applications are available at www.daviscountyutah.gov or at the commission office, 61 S. Main St., Farmington.
The deadline for applications is 5 p.m. Nov. 2.
The county does appreciate those businesses supporting area youths by being participating sponsors of the event, officials said.
This year’s tournament winner was the team representing Lewis Young Robertson & Burningham, Inc. Members of that team were Jason Burningham, Tom Rose and Justin McMurtrey.
The tournament also recognized Brent Moyes, of the North Salt Lake city team. Moyes made the first hole-in-one in tournament history, winning a three-night stay in Texas at the JW Marriott in San Antonio. The prize package, which included rounds of golf, was sponsored by Cutrubus Volkswagen of Layton, Davis County Community and Economic Development Director Kent Sulser said.
The 15th annual Commissioners’ Cup golf tournament will be held Aug. 14, 2013, at Valley View Golf Course in Layton.