Swingin’ for a good cause: Golf tournament benefits nonprofit North Kohala Community Resource Center

  • Participants among the more than 30 teams in the 3rd Annual North Kohala Community Resource Center golf tournament held at Hapuna golf course at Mauna Kea Resort on Saturday line up their putts on the green. (Kaya-Lee Galan/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Participants among the more than 30 teams in the 3rd Annual North Kohala Community Resource Center golf tournament held at Hapuna golf course at Mauna Kea Resort on Saturday line up their putts on the green. (Kaya-Lee Galan/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Golfers head to their tees at Hapuna Golf Course at Mauna Kea Resort for start of the third annual North Kohala Community Resource Center tournament held Saturday. (Photos by Kaya-Lee Galan/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Golfers head to their carts at Hapuna Golf Course at Mauna Kea Resort for start of the 3rd annual North Kohala Community Resource Center tournament held Saturday. (Kaya-Lee Galan/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Golfers queue up at Hapuna Golf Course at Mauna Kea Resort for registration in the 3rd Annual North Kohala Community Resource Center tournament held Saturday. (Kaya-Lee Galan/Special to West Hawaii Today)

The North Kohala Community Resource Center hosted its third annual golf tournament at Hapuna Golf Course at Mauna Kea Resort on Saturday in South Kohala.

The golf tournament was a two-person scramble, highlighted by camaraderie, food, fun, and prizes. The annual event raises funds to help the nonprofit North Kohala Community Resource Center provide its support to as many as 90 active projects and programs in the rural North Kohala community it serves.

Since the center’s founding nearly 17 years ago, more than 185 community improvement projects have been sponsored.

For more information, visit www.northkohala.org or call 889-5523.

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