Schaumburg parks big winner at Links Technology Cup

  • From left, Glenn Szurgot of Schaumburg, Roger Smith of Pingree Grove and Ted Gross of South Elgin watch their teammate Darrell Moon of Huntley drain a putt for a birdie Wednesday during the Links Technology Cup golf outing benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation.

      From left, Glenn Szurgot of Schaumburg, Roger Smith of Pingree Grove and Ted Gross of South Elgin watch their teammate Darrell Moon of Huntley drain a putt for a birdie Wednesday during the Links Technology Cup golf outing benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Kyle Schroeder of Schaumburg watches his tee shot Wednesday during the Links Technology Cup golf outing. The event, hosted by the Schaumburg Golf Club in Schaumburg, benefits the Schaumburg Park Foundation.

      Kyle Schroeder of Schaumburg watches his tee shot Wednesday during the Links Technology Cup golf outing. The event, hosted by the Schaumburg Golf Club in Schaumburg, benefits the Schaumburg Park Foundation. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Jonathan Parsons, PGA general manager of golf operations of the Schaumburg Golf Club, doles out instructions Wednesday before the Links Technology Cup golf outing benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation.

      Jonathan Parsons, PGA general manager of golf operations of the Schaumburg Golf Club, doles out instructions Wednesday before the Links Technology Cup golf outing benefiting the Schaumburg Park Foundation. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 8/10/2022 3:27 PM

Great weather helped boost a good cause Wednesday as dozens of golfers teed off at the annual Links Technology Cup golf outing in Schaumburg.

The event, hosted by the Schaumburg Golf Club, benefits the Schaumburg Park Foundation. The foundation supports a variety of Schaumburg Park District efforts and open space initiatives, including scholarships for youth participation in cultural arts and outdoor recreation programs.

 

Besides an 18-hole golf competition, the event Wednesday featured longest putt, closest to the pin and longest drive contests, along with raffles and dinner provided by Chandler's Chophouse. Various holes featured "Taste on the Tee" stops, which included food and/or beverages from local restaurants.

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