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Golf tournament raised $90,000 for local charity

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

By: Jamie Lee

An annual golf tournament raised money for a local charity.

On September 4, the 18th Annual Roy’s Golf Classic took place at the Royal Kaanapali Golf Course. Combined with a donation from Sunil Dharod, a Roy's Restaurant and Applebee's franchise owner, the tournament raised $90,000 for Imua Family Services.

The tournament featured gourmet foods and cocktails served throughout the course in part of the new Hawaii Food and Wine Festival (HFWF)
Kaanapali.

The event concluded with dinner and an award ceremony emceed by Guy Hagi at Roy’s Kaanapali. 

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