Agri-Turf Golf Tournament Raises $70,000 for American Cancer Society

Agri-Turf Golf Tournament Raises $70,000 for American Cancer Society

Now in its seventh year, the Agri-Turf Tri-West Malcolm Stack Charity Golf Tournament has raised over $410,000 for the American Cancer Society since its inception.

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SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. — The Agri-Turf Tri-West Seventh Annual Malcolm Stack Charity Golf Tournament, held June 3 at the Tustin Ranch Golf Club in Tustin, Calif., raised $70,000 for the American Cancer Society (ACS). In the past seven years, the tournament has raised over $410,000 for the ACS.   

After a round of 18 holes, including a $10,000 cash prize hole sponsored by Patcraft, guests attended a barbecue dinner and awards ceremony. Agri-Turf President Rich Records announced the evening of the event that the tournament raised $68,500. Post-tournament donations made via the event website brought the final total to $70,000.  

Records acknowledged event co-hosts Allen Gage and Aaron Rhoderick of Tri-West Ltd. and thanked them for their continued partnership.

Kristyn Grime, community development manager for the ACS Western Region, said, “This donation allows ACS to continue serving cancer patients and their families in Orange County. In 2020, the tournament contribution helped us serve over 650 patients in the Orange County area alone. ACS helps patients and their families with their most pressing needs such as getting rides to treatment, navigating the healthcare system or dealing with the side effects of treatment.”

Platinum sponsors of this year’s tournament included Bell Laboratories, MetroFlor Corporation and Paradigm Conquest. All event proceeds benefit the ACS in its mission to provide funding for cancer research and patient support services.