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Heart and Stroke Iron-Person tournament raises $1,250 to help the heart health of P.E.I. residents

Peter Norton, left, Heart & Stroke P.E.I. board chairman, accepts the cheque from Sam MacPhail, the Clyde River golf course manager. The Heart and Stroke Iron-Person tournament raised $1,250. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Peter Norton, left, Heart & Stroke P.E.I. board chairman, accepts the cheque from Sam MacPhail, the Clyde River golf course manager. The Heart and Stroke Iron-Person tournament raised $1,250. SUBMITTED PHOTO

 


CLYDE RIVER, P.E.I. – On Saturday, Oct. 14, golfers hit the green for the final time this season at Clyde River Golf Course to participate in the first annual Heart and Stroke Iron-Person tournament.

The format was a four-person scramble with the team of Cody Doyle, Tristan Saw, Patrick Vanderzwaag and Alex Vanderswaag winning the tournament with a score of 60.

And, with the course set up to make the tournament extra challenging, participants proved their mettle by rising to the challenge. By the time the last players had packed up their clubs, $1,250 had been raised for Heart & Stroke’s mission to prevent disease, save lives and promote recovery.

Crystal Cobb, Heart & Stroke P.E.I.’s Community Fund Development co-ordinator, was thrilled with the support from the Clyde River Golf Course.

“We are delighted with the results of the tournament and thank management and staff for an amazing day. Thanks to the commitment of community-minded businesses like Clyde River Golf Course, Heart & Stroke is able to give Islanders more moments with their loved ones.”

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