More than 160 golfers turned out, despite rainy weather, for the 4th Annual UH Alumni Association Homecoming Golf Tournament, presented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1186 on Nov. 3.
This year’s tournament at the Honolulu Country Club was uniquely centered on UH, featuring on-course entertainment with a fruit game by the College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources, a forensic anthropology game by UH West Oʻahu and cold noodles served up by the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Kapiʻolani Community College.
Honolulu Community College set up a pre-tournament display featuring its Construction Academy, and the Wahine basketball team was on hand to sell mulligans as a team fundraiser. The par 3 challenge was a fundraiser for the Men’s volleyball team, and all tournament prizes were from UH.
Special thanks to UHAA board member and ESPN 1420AM general manager Randal Ikeda and his team, who helped secure many of the tournament sponsors, including our title sponsor. ESPN 1420AM did a live broadcast from the course including interviews with our golfers.
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