Teed Off at Domestic Violence

Fundraising golf event raises money for A New Leaf

A New Leaf’s Third Annual Teed Off at Domestic Violence golf event at Top Golf Scottsdale Riverwalk brought in more than $60,000. The funds from the Oct. 20 tournament benefit the critical services provided through A New Leaf’s domestic violence shelters and programs.

Special guests included Howler and the cheerleaders from the Arizona Coyotes, and the young women from Arizona State University’s Alpha Chi Omega returned with their selfie station. Entertainment was provided by Kyle Sorrell, and Efrain Urias added a Scottish flare to the event with his bagpipes.

PHOTOS BY BRIELLE PATTERSON

Tito’s Handmade Vodka, beverage sponsor

KTAR morning talk show host Bruce St. James and Jen Barraza, A New Leaf event coordinator

Tom Hutchinson Jr. and A New Leaf CEO Michael Hughes with the Arizona Coyotes cheerleaders

Howler, the Arizona Coyotes mascot

The Northern Trust team

Young women from Alpha Chi Omega

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