Scramble benefits Autism Society of Indiana



The fourth annual Cummins Midrange Engine Plant golf scramble was May 4 at Shadowood Golf Course in Seymour.

A total of 26 four-person teams took part in the event, which raised $8,254 for the Autism Society of Indiana.

The team of Mark Ries, Nelson Reyes, Mike Rude and Rohit Bedida placed first with a 21-under-par 51. The team of Joe Carr, Dave Hodapp, Matt Wood and Keith Laine placed second, while the team of Bob Clark, Dave Hoffert, Jim Muciarelli and Scott Martin placed third.

Prizes were given to Hodapp for the longest drive, Matt Kirby for the longest putt and Rude for closest to the pin.

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