2012 Tournament Recap


April 16, 2012, was one of those perfect Texas spring days, and the Stonebriar Country Club in Frisco was the perfect setting for the first Annual Mary Kay Charity Golf Classic.  Over 134 golfers teed off at 12:30 for an afternoon of fun and competition.  The inaugural event raised over $138,000 from event sponsorships, and a silent auction, which featured a signed jersey from Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks.


The Awards Banquet featured guest speaker Bob Stoops, Head Football Coach of The University of Oklahoma, and husband of Independent National Sales Director Carol Stoops.  As Bob told an attentive audience, he believes in the Mary Kay principles and tries to teach his players the importance of faith, family, and then competition!





Jerry Isenhart Team:

Birdies Only

The Winning Team with a score of 59 was comprised of Independent National Sales Director family members and Ryan Rogers. For the honor of playing with Ryan, the team had to raise the highest donation amount for the Foundation for their sponsorship fee.  The team raised a total of $3,771.00. Congratulations to these double winners – raising the most money and achieving the lowest golf score:


- Charles Fortenberry,

   Husband of NSD Emeritus, Pat Fortenberry

- Craig Fortenberry,

   Son of NSD Emeritus, Pat Fortenberry

- Bryce and Bryan Isenhart,
  Sons of Independent Senior National

  Sales Director, Karlee Isenhart


Jerry Isenhart Team:

Birdies Only

The Second Place Team was from Sewell Lexus – Bobby Whitney, Heath Fell, Brent Vest and Ted Nash.


Jerry Isenhart Team:

Birdies Only

Taking Third Place was Culture Red – BJ McDonald, Adam Blake, Ronald Schielke, and Ty Walsworth

Special thanks to all the sponsors, players and dedicated employees for helping make the event so successful.  We are looking forward to an even bigger year in 2013!

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