Golf teams from the Midcoast and beyond competed at the first annual Golf Fore Kids’ Sake tournament to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine. The event was held at the Samoset Resort May 31, and raised more than $9,000 for the non-profit agency.

The winners were:

1st Gross – Otis Kneeland, Keith Labeau, Roger Moreau, Brett Fancy (Bank of America) – 59

2nd Gross – Marc Lacasse, John Rosmarin, Conrad Ayotte, Chip Stevens (Augusta Fuel) – 61

3rd Gross – Shawn Doll, Tom Cyr, Paul Kaloustian, Daniel Keene (Bank of America) – 64

1st Net – Charlie Page, Chris Seavey, Mike Marriner, Chris Brownawell (Maritime Energy) – 54

2nd Net – Phil Morrilly, Todd Beacham, Stephen Brooks, Mark Brooks (Brooks Trap Mill) – 55

3rd Net – Mike Frautten, Scott Maccheyne, Steve Carrara, Adam Moran – 64

Longest Drive #18 (Men) – Keith Lebeau; (Women) – Jane Dagley

Closest to the Hole #3 – Phil Morrilly – 20 feet, 3 inches

Closest to the Hole #5 – Dan Wyman – 7 feet, 7 inches

Closest to the Hole #11 – Scott Maccheyne – 2 feet, 1 inch

Closest to the Hole #13 – Ken Aalerud – 6 feet, 7 inches

Putting Contest – Chris Seavey – 5 inches

In the Chipping Contest, Dan Wyman of Appleton beat out six others who had successfully chipped a ball into an Old Town Heron kayak donated by Somerset Stone Center in Oakland to take home the kayak.

A silent auction of donated golf packages, dinners, overnight stays, Red Sox tickets, a biplane ride, and other items donated by local businesses rounded out the day’s event. All proceeds from the event will be used to support Big/Little matches in the Midcoast.