2015 Eagle Alliance Golf Tournament
Friday, May 15th, 2015 was a gorgeous, sunny day with temperatures in the high 70s. The 14th Annual Eagle Alliance CryptoCup began with registration and breakfast at 7:30 a.m. and a Shotgun Start and Tee-Off (many dressed as spies! - see below) at 8:30 a.m. After 18 holes of play, everyone gathered for a country buffet lunch and awards! Get all the award info and see PHOTO GALLERIES below.
There were 140 players who gathered at the Patuxent Greens Golf Course, in Laurel, MD, to enjoy a day of fun and competition. Volunteers distributed goodie bags, manned two beverage stations, and photographed the event.
This year's tournament featured a "Spy Tee-Off" fundraiser which many enjoyed.
Many golfers and some who were just out to support the event, made a contribution and put on a disguise for their tee-off. We still knew who they were, especially by their golf swing! See more photos of our "spy" golfers and tournament crashers below!
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First place: Ron Hurley, Marc Crumpler, Danny Pflieger, and Bobby Sheahin of Superior Communications, Inc. (SCI)
Second place: Fran Moran, Tammy Wistos, Mike Bausch, and Scott Dunlap of World Wide Technologies (WWTAS)
Third place: Ron Wade, Brian Coleman, Danny Palumbo, and Dave Coburn representing EMC.
Other contests were held during play and the winners were:
Longest Drive – Ladies: Tammy Marks
Longest Drive - Mens: Steve Dewberry
Closest to the Pin: Fran Moran
Mega-Putt Contest (held before tee-off): Kevin Lauffer
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Eagle Alliance Check Presentation to NCMF
We cannot adequately express our gratitude to Eagle Alliance for their continued support. The annual CryptoCup golf tournament has proven to be a vital fundraiser for the NCMF, and helps make it possible for us to continue supporting the efforts of the National Cryptologic Museum.
Sponsors, Donors, & Volunteers
The NCMF would like to thank the following companies, organizations, and individuals. The event was a success because of each of them!
SCI (Superior Communications, Inc.
CNI (Chesapeake Network Installations)
Intel Security (McAfee)
MCO Computer Supplies
SEL (Schweitzer Engineering Labs)
WWTAS (World Wide Technology Advanced Solutions)
Baltimore Orioles (Barry Bingaman)
Cutco Cutlery (Ian Conners)
Medieval Times at Arundel Mills Mall
Mission BBQ in Glen Burnie
National Cryptologic Museum
Tower Federal Credit Union
VOLUNTEERS: Many thanks to the wonderful volunteers for their special touches that helped to make this event successful & memorable!
Jessica Furey from CyberCore
Jim Taylor (photos)
and a SPECIAL note of gratitude to Stephanie Agostinelli, our amazing, dedicated, & tireless Event Manager!
2015 VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION & AWARDS LUNCHEON
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