July 1, 2016
Augusta, GA - Club Car recently presented a check for $5,000 to PGA REACH, a charitable foundation dedicated to positively impacting the lives of veterans, youth and diverse populations through the game of golf. The funds will benefit the Aloha PGA Section Foundation.
Kevin Hayashi's seventh career ace captured the "Club Car Closest to the Hole Section Challenge" at the 49th PGA Professional Championship at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York. Presented by Club Car, Mercedes-Benz and OMEGA, the 2016 Championship concluded June 29.
Hayashi, a PGA Teaching Professional at Hilo (Hawaii) Municipal Golf Course, used a 6-iron to record his hole-in-one on Hole No. 16, a 182-yard, par-3 at Atunyote Golf Club, during a June 24 practice round.
Mark Brown of Oyster Bay, New York, was runner-up, with a shot to 3 feet and Joshua Rackley of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, third at 3 feet 7 inches.
Club Car's Vice President of Global Marketing Jason Goldberg presented the check for PGA Reach to PGA of America President Derek Sprague.
As the maker of the Precedent golf car -- the Official Golf Car of the PGA of America -- Club Car is proud to partner with the association and PGA Professionals to help grow interest and participation in the game of golf.
Club Car's focus on experience-centric technology and innovation has resulted in a portfolio of products and services designed to benefit both the operator and golfer.
These products include the Precedent i3, the world's first golf car with Connected™ technology engineered to enhance the golf experience and help operators manage the many facets of their business and differentiate their course.