EHT's miniature golfers meet LPGA professionals as contest prize

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Submitted/From left are Miller School fifth graders Gus Buzby, Patrick Lam, Nashid Ellis, and Thomas Deng, the winning team of the Goofy Golf miniature golf course design contest, with LPGA golfers Kelly Villarreal and Joanna Coe, in front of the students’ permanent sign at the Ocean City Boardwalk course. Submitted/From left are Miller School fifth graders Gus Buzby, Patrick Lam, Nashid Ellis, and Thomas Deng, the winning team of the Goofy Golf miniature golf course design contest, with LPGA golfers Kelly Villarreal and Joanna Coe, in front of the students’ permanent sign at the Ocean City Boardwalk course.

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - The winners of the Dr. Joyanne D. Miller School miniature golf hole contest sponsored by Goofy Golf in Ocean City were treated to a day of golf and special treats on Tuesday, May 27. All of the contest participants travelled to the boardwalk for the hole’s dedication as well as to meet special guests LPGA golfers Kelly Villarreal and Joanna Coe, who were on hand to try out the new hole at the course owned by Randy Kohr.

According to teacher Kelly Hunt, all of the students received a hat, a round of golf, ice cream and pizza and the winners - fifth-graders Gus Buzby, Patrick Lam, Nashid Ellis, and Thomas Deng - received a lifetime pass to the course. 

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EHT students get big reward for winning minature golf design

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