This year's BTS Open,
Honoring the Memory of Carolyn Gold-Mintz
was a huge success!




Between the generous sponsorships, the participants, the volunteers, and the general camaraderie felt throughout the day, it was certainly one to remember.

100 degree weather did not keep 100 players from making it to the El Cab course. We rallied for a good cause and beat the heat with a coffee truck blending fresh smoothies and iced lattes all day, neck and back massages on the course, and a brand new pair of Footjoy shoes for everyone, and contests and giveaways all day.

Congratulations to our tournament winners, Alan Dorn, Gabriel Horton, Ryan Schiffman and Greg Dyne! We want to recognize the Golf Committee and the Development Team for their hard work putting this fun and memorable event together. And we especially want to thank Gary Mintz, our Title Sponsor, for his generosity and endearing speech. We are certain Carolyn would be proud of the incredible day. We raised a record $185,000 for the golf tournament, which is no doubt a testament to her memory.

We're already looking forward to next year, so mark your calendars and put your clubs aside for June 18, 2018.

Thank you so much to all of you who came out to support Beit T'Shuvah's life saving mission.

Check out our highlights from the day in our photo album!



2017 Golf Committee
Andy Besser
Rabbi Mark Borovitz
Warren Breslow
Sam Delug
David Elston
Barbara Friedman
Ryan Gagerman
Michael Kamenir
Russell Kern
Craig Miller
Gary Mintz
David Ruderman
Neil Solarz




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