Local Residents Rohl and Willis Win Second Annual “Monday After The Masters” at South Seas Island Resort
Par 3 Golf Event, Sunset Community Celebration Benefited the Captiva Community Panel
Captiva, Fla. – April 23, 2013 – Recently voted a Top 20 Florida Golf Resort by Condé Nast Traveler, South Seas Island Resort hosted Captiva’s “Monday After the Masters” event to benefit the Captiva Community Panel. This year’s winners were Sanibel resident Bob Rohl, who shot a tournament low 28 on the par 27 executive course, and 9th hole shootout winner Mark Willis of the Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille team.
The par-3 golf event on the award-winning nine-hole course was a sunset community celebration that included chances to win a variety of prizes, including five $10,000 hole-in-one prizes. Over 100 attendees enjoyed golf, cocktails and a closest to the pin shootout on the 9th hole. Monies raised from the event benefited the Captiva Community Panel.
“South Seaspulled out every stop to make this second annual Monday after the Masters a huge success,” said Captiva Community Panel President Mike Mullins. “Speaking for my wife Cannella and I, we appreciate every painstaking effort that made this such a fun and overwhelmingly successful event. Monies raised will go to fund the Captiva Community Panel's initiatives, which include reviewing and updating the Captiva Plan portion of the Lee Plan to protect the long-term interests of the island.”
“It was a pleasure for the staff of South Seas Island Resort to host the second annual Monday after the Masters,” said Shawn Farrell, general manager of South Seas. “The resort is deeply entrenched in both protecting and furthering theisland ofCaptiva and remains dedicated to serving its community.”
ABOUT SOUTH SEAS ISLAND RESORT
Seemingly set adrift off the FloridaGulfCoast, South Seas Island Resort is an engaging unspoiled haven, encompassing a wildlife preserve and two-and-half miles of shell-strewn beaches, lapped by turquoise tides. Recently recognized by MSNBC as a ‘Top 10 Best Place in the World to Experience Local Wildlife’, South Seas Island Resort is a 330-acre resort village and wildlife sanctuary with boundless opportunity for adventure and relaxation. The resort boasts a “Family. Nature. Comfort.” approach to hospitality, which is why for decades generations of families have made the resort village the destination of choice to share treasured moments and make lasting memories. Following a multi-million dollar revitalization, this tropical oasis is the ideal setting for an unforgettable vacation offering a variety of accommodations including villas, condominiums, cottages and homes. Enjoy world-class shelling along the beach and a round of golf on the newly designed 9-hole executive course, play at H2Whoa! Water Park, discover South Seas through ScoutAbout and enjoy a bevy of family-oriented water sports, activities and interactive educational programs through the Sanibel Sea School. Ideal for events, this resort features a variety of venues and over 31,000 square feet of flexible function space. All amenities are designed to take full advantage of the existing landscape, allowing guests to discover and experience native Florida, while relaxing at a Parents Magazine “Top 10 Beach Resort for Families.”
About the Inns of Sanibel
Along the serene coast of Southwest Florida, The Inns of Sanibel offers four distinct properties that are stunning laid-back escapes amidst the natural beauty of the Gulf of Mexico. Welcoming couples and families of any size, accommodations range from charming guestrooms, and suites to condos and cottages. From world-class shelling and endless water adventure, to championship golf and challenging tennis, we invite you to enjoy the many treasures of Florida at these dynamic destinations that capture the spirit of this breathtaking location; Sanibel Sunset Beach Resort, Song of the Sea, Sanibel Inn and Seaside Inn. www.innsofsanibel.com
About the Captiva Community Panel
The Captiva Community Panel was authorized byLeeCountycommissioners in January 2002 to act in an advisory role concerning land use and zoning issues on Captiva. The 10-member panel has overseen the adoption of a Captiva section in the Lee Plan, with a goal, objective and 14 initial policies adopted by the county in January 2003, October 2005, August 2007 and September 2011. The Captiva Community Panel provides a public forum for islandwide issues, a place for positive interaction with county staff and officials and a regular public meeting where Captiva property owners can present projects requiring variances and get feedback from and answer questions of the panel members and other Captiva neighbors.
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