The annual Loudoun Education Foundation Pro-Am Golf Classic raised $112,000 to help further opportunities for students in the county’s public schools.
The best-ball tournament was held Oct. 1 at The Club at Creighton Farms and drew 108 golfers on 27 teams, including 24 PGA professionals.
The Stu Fedderson team of Stu Fedderson, Mike Miller, Jon Haynie and Vince Scheivert finished first with a score of 54. The Virts-Miller Family Foundation team of Conley Bartlett, Hunter Stone, Justin Woolridge and Corbin Brown placed second at 57. Finishing third was the Belfort Furniture team of Mike Huber, George Van Tassel, Bob Reeve and Chris Doran at 58.
Greg Pieczynski won among the PGA pros with a score of 67.
Stu Fedderson won the Men’s Closest to the Hole competition, and Sue DeWitt won the Women’s Closest to the Hole competition. Jim Bishoff won the longest-drive competition for the men, and Brooke Wenger captured this honor for the women.
The Golf Classic is the Loudoun Education Foundation’s largest fundraiser of the year. The money raised stays entirely in the local community, supporting teacher grants, STEM education and teachers’ professional development. The foundation’s mission is to help teachers and students make Loudoun County Public Schools the best school division in America.