NPW Shares Details from 32nd Annual Charity Golf Event

NPW Shares Details from 32nd Annual Charity Golf Event 

More than 100 players received tips from PGA’s Erik Compton during the event.

National Performance Warehouse (NPW) has shared highlights form its 32nd annual charity golf event, held Dec. 11 at the Miami Lakes Golf Club.

In addition to having more than 100 players from the automotive industry, PGA’s Erik Compton was there to offer advice and inspire the teams. Compton, who is a Miami native with several professional PGA wins, held a clinic before the shotgun start to help improve the players handicaps and offer guidance. Erik was also stationed on the 18th hole with his Trakman showing player’s their individual swing metrics while blasting drives on the closing par 4.

At the end of play, an event was held at the Miami Lakes Golf Club’s facility. Following cocktails and dinner there were awards and recognition. Door prizes were presented to everyone who played. The winner was CAM Automotive with 16 under par. The event culminated with $6,000 pledged to First Tee Miami.

Chris Pacey, CEO of NPW, commented, “We are very grateful for the support of all our sponsors who make this event possible. We certainly know that both our customers and our suppliers create business opportunities here as well as friendships as they spend time outside the normal business process. We are also glad to have the proceeds benefit The First Tee of Miami. We look forward to our 33rd event next year.”

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