Cannon Building sponsored the 10th hole at the Annual Oceanside Relay-for-Life Golf Tournament sponsored by Genentech. All proceeds from the tournament went to the Genentech American Cancer Society Relay-for-Life team.
When players arrived at the 10th hole, they had the opportunity to play Cannon Building’s popular 16 Penny Pounder game. Players could lower their game strokes by sinking a nail into a board in three swings or less. The game has become a golf tournament favorite. Players enjoyed freshly roasted hot dogs and refreshments at the hole as well, making it an all-round great day.
Playing in the tournament for Cannon Building were Nolan Cannon and Mike Lambrose from Cannon Building with guests Timothy Shiel from GoldenComm, and Melinda Veregge of the Austin Company.
(Pictured in photo) Attending the Genentech Relay-for-Life Golf Tournament, benefiting The American Cancer Society, were Mike Mullerleile (Cannon Building), Tim Shiel (GoldenComm), Nolan Cannon (Cannon Building), Melinda Veregge (The Austin Company, Mike Lambrose, and Dori Paliobagis (both Cannon Building).