The event was a success, and for its return to the club last weekend, the Lonkarts went a step further, also sponsoring the sixth hole. “We’ll enjoy the view even more,” he said. “The cooperation of the club has been great. It’s certainly a fantastic place to have it,” he said, during the post-tournament awards luncheon that was moved to the Worthington clubhouse this time from the Lions Club headquarters last year. A total of 56 participants — foursomes of Lions Club and Worthington Club members plus friends and guests — played in a scramble format the 18-hole, 6,867-yard, par 72 course that was designed by the renowned Gordon Lewis. Special long drive, closest to pin and longest putt contests and challenges along with many raffles and silent auctions of valuable prizes during the lunch added to the excitement and fundraising.