REACH golf outing raises $40K
The amount was a new record for the pandemic-altered tournament.
Twenty-seven teams and 125 players gathered for the 15th annual REACH Mentoring Golf Scramble Friday, Sept. 18, at Cloquet Country Club.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced a socially-distanced tournament, but Executive Director Dakota Koski said the event raised more than $40,000 for the Cloquet-based youth mentoring program — a new record.
The scramble featured 18 holes and players were provided dinner while out on the course, Koski said, with the team from Cloquet Bar and Lounge taking the top spot in the tournament.
“We want to thank everyone who was involved in this event, from the sponsors, golfers and volunteers to the staff at the CCC,” Koski said.
1/2: The Cloquet Bar and Lounge team was the top team at the 15th annual REACH Mentoring Golf Scramble Friday, Sept. 18, at Cloquet Country Club. (Photo ocourtesy of Dakota Koski)
2/2: The "Bogey Men," a team sponsored by Pedro's Grill & Cantina in Cloquet, was one of 27 teams to play in the 15th annual REACH Mentoring Golf Scramble Friday, Sept. 18. (Photo courtesy of Dakota Koski)