The Criminal Justice Club held a golf tournament at ABAC’s Forrest Lakes Golf club on Saturday, Nov. 9. Several students from across campus showed up to try and putt their way to victory.
The Criminal Justice club did a great job hosting the event, and gave out many prizes for the first, second, and third place winners.
The event was catered by Hog 'n Bones in Tifton, and after nine holes all the golfers were invited to dine in the clubhouse and enjoy food and drinks.
There was also a longest putt competition where all the golfers stood on one side of the green and the one to get the closest won a 25-dollar gift certificate to Wal-Mart. The winner of the putting competition was Matthew Reid.
It was a close match. All teams fought it out till the very end and the first two teams ended in a draw, which led to a sudden death showdown. After four strokes, Jacob Barrett and Kodey Cross pulled off the victory with Nolan Calloway and David Eggett following close behind. The third place winners were Matthew Reid and Austin Morris.
The first place winners won a free round of gold at the Grand Island Golf Course in Albany, Ga.