SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Dr. Stephen Nicholas of Scarsdale and Andrew Verboys of Armonk were on the team that won the National Finals of the National Kidney Foundation’s Golf Classic at Pebble Beach over the weekend.
Dr. Nicholas is also Director of the Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma.
The NKF Golf Classic is the Premiere Amateur Golf Event for Charity and attracts thousands of people annually who compete for a chance to play at the famous Pebble Beach course.
The team, which is also made up of William Bernstein of New York City and James Nicholas of Garden City, finished in first place in the Gross Division at the National Kidney Foundation Golf Classic National Finals.
The team shot rounds of 59-59-57 for a three day total of 175 in the tournament held at the Pebble Beach Resorts.
The foursome qualified for the Pebble Beach finals by finishing in the top 5 of the NKF Golf Classic held in Westchester County last May.
They faced off against 50 other amateur golf teams from across the country over the weekend. Teams played the fairways and holes of the Monterey Peninsula: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Del Monte Golf Course and The Links at Spanish Bay in the four-person scramble format event.
The National Kidney Foundation Golf Classic, a nationwide series of over 30 golf tournaments held in major cities across the country, raises more than $3.5 million annually for the NKF.
The next opportunity to qualify for the National Finals at Pebble Beach will be in October at the Westchester Country Club. To register or for more information, click here .
The National Kidney Foundation is the dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease. For more information about kidney disease, click here .