The Atlantic General Hospital Foundation held its 2017 Robert E. Warfield Memorial Tournament on Sept. 28 at Ocean City Golf Club in Berlin, Maryland.

More than 200 golfers participated and, with the help of the sponsors and volunteers, the event raised more than $105,000 for the Atlantic General Hospital Foundation.

Proceeds from the tournament enable Atlantic General Hospital, a not-for-profit health care organization, to advance the health of the residents and visitors of our community through a coordinated care delivery system that provides access to quality care, personalized service and education.

Women’s longest drive awards went to Cheryl Nottingham, Seaside Course, and Cindy Hall, Newport Bay Course. Men’s longest drive awards went to Dan Parker, Seaside, and Chris Takacs, Newport Bay.

Women’s closest to the pin were Penny O’linger, Seaside, and Stephanie Digristine, Newport Bay. Men’s closest to the pin were Keith Coffin, Seaside, and Larry Anderson, Newport Bay.

Putting contest winners were Bryan Taylor, first place; Steve Pappas, second place; and Chris Hall, third place.

Seaside, scramble, winning teams were Lou Taylor, Buzz Taylor, Dan Parker and Penny O'linger, first place; Earl Conley, Jason Parker, Eugene Jubber and Josh Fallon, second place; and Keith Mitchell, Brian Lankford, Keith Coffin and Barry Hoffman, third place.

Newport Bay, best ball, winning teams were Jim Prete, Jimmy Long, Gary Burris and King Stade, first place; Greg Shockley, Buddy Dykes, Nick Feichert and Scott Oatman, second place; and Chris Hall, Chris Takacs, Wade Fluckey and Rob Forosisky, third place.