The Osceola Council on Aging (OCOA) hosted its annual Swing for All Generations Golf Tournament on Friday, April 28th, at the Celebration Golf Club. The event was a tremendous success, with dozens of golfers hitting the links to support the OCOA’s mission of helping seniors and families in need in Osceola County.
The tournament began with registration and breakfast at 7:00 am, followed by a shotgun start at 8:00 am. Participants played 18 holes of golf and enjoyed various contests and competitions throughout the day, including longest drive, and closest to the pin. After the tournament, there was a lunch reception, awards ceremony, and raffle drawing.
Here are the winners in the 2023 Osceola Council On Aging Golf Tournament:
- 1st Place – Kissimmee Police Department
- 2nd Place – Osceola County Sheriff’s Office
- 3rd Place – Osceola County Commissioner for District 3 Brandon Arrington
- Longest Drive Man – Rene Gonzalez
- Longest Drive Woman – SouthState, Amber Adams (Featured in top photo)
The Swing for All Generations Golf Tournament is the OCOA’s largest annual fundraiser, with proceeds going toward providing vital services and programs for seniors in Osceola County. These services include home-delivered meals, transportation assistance, caregiver support, and more. The event was made possible by the generous support of sponsors, volunteers, and participants who share the OCOA’s commitment to helping seniors live healthy, independent lives.
For more information about the Osceola Council On Aging, visit OsceolaGenerations.com.