New Orleans Engineer Wins PGA Tour Volunteer Challenge At The Zurich Classic

Stephen Lew
Kevin Block and Allison Laborite, Volunteer Manager Fore!Kids Foundation

NEW ORLEANS – Kevin Block, an engineer from New Orleans who serves as a marshal at the Zurich Classic, was named winner of the 2016 PGA TOUR Volunteer Challenge, sponsored by Myrbetriq® (mirabegron).

         A donation of $10,000 will be made in his name to St. Michael Special School.

         Block was among those who registered in the PGA TOUR Volunteer Challenge and asked friends and family members over the past several months to vote for them at PGATOUR.com/Volunteers.

         The PGA TOUR Volunteer Challenge is a “vote-for-me” competition designed to raise funds for charity while recognizing the talent, passion and commitment of the TOUR’s more than 100,000 tournament volunteers nationwide, including 2,000 from the Houston area, who have helped the TOUR raise $2.4 billion in charitable contributions to date.

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