Highlights From 13th Annual GSB Golf Classic

More than 75 golfers turned out for the 13th annual GSB Classic yesterday. Amid beautiful weather, the players shot 27 holes (nine on the championship par-three Hickory course and 18 on the traditional Highlands). Among the 27 holes, 13 offered chances to win a new car with a hole-in-one. The hole-in-one challenge was once again sponsored by Tom Maoli’s, P '16, '20, family of dealerships.
 
Although no one managed a hole-in-one this year, John de Grandpre P '20 and Kevin Giordano P '14, '19 took the honors for closest to the pin. Other highlights included first place (low gross) for Scott Barbrack's P '25 foursome and first place (low net) for the foursome from Linde-Griffith Construction.
 
A full day on the course was followed by dinner in the clubhouse and awards. During that time, the winners of the GSB Classic raffle were pulled, with Greg Niccolai P '16 winning the Jerry Seinfeld tickets and Julie Bliss Chan P '22 '20 taking home tickets to Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen.
 
A special thanks to all of our golfers who came out yesterday to support Gill St. Bernard's and help make the event a success. All proceeds from the tournament benefit the endowment for need-based financial aid.
 
 
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Gill St. Bernard’s is a private, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a vigorous, meaningful and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.