• San Antonio Regional Hospital

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    Contact:
    Cathy Rebman
    Vice President, Business Development & Community Outreach
    909.920.4802 or crebman@sarh.org


    GOLFER MAKES HOLE-IN-ONE, WINS CAR AT
    33RD ANNUAL SAN ANTONIO CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT!


    UPLAND, CA (June 26, 2018) – The odds of making a hole-in-one in golf are about 12,500 for the average golfer, and 2,500 to 1 for a professional. Amateur golfer Honzen Ou, MD, defied the odds as he landed a perfect hole-in-one shot at the 2018 San Antonio Golf Classic Tournament held at Red Hill Country Club on June 18 and 19.


    Up for grabs was a brand new Chevy Malibu Red Line Edition, courtesy of Rotolo Chevrolet in Fontana. “We provide cars for about 100 golf tournaments per year,” remarked Tony Jones, Fleet Manager for Rotolo Chevrolet. “This is the first time in 10 years that that someone has actually won a car.” It was also the first time in the 33-year history of the tournament. The San Antonio Golf Classic is organized by San Antonio Hospital Foundation each year, and is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the Inland Valley. The tournament raises funds for the enhanced cancer care and outpatient services at San Antonio Regional Hospital
    Congratulations to Dr. Ou who drove off in his brand new Chevy!


    Accompanying Photo: SA Golf Classic IMG_2303
    Caption: (L to R:) Michael Tracey, President, San Antonio Hospital Foundation; Harris F. Koenig,
    President & Chief Executive Officer, San Antonio Regional Hospital; Tony Jones, Rotolo
    Chevrolet; Honzen Ou, MD.


    About San Antonio Regional Hospital
    San Antonio Regional Hospital in Upland, California is a 363-bed, nonprofit, acute care hospital that
    combines excellent clinical care with exceptional compassion. Since 1907, San Antonio Regional Hospital
    has emerged as a premier regional medical facility with satellite locations across the rapidly expanding
    Inland Empire. The opening of its new Vineyard Tower represents the culmination of a major expansion
    project that added a new 52-bed emergency department and a 92-bed patient tower comprised of 80
    private rooms and 12 critical care beds on its main hospital campus. The expansion has positioned San
    Antonio as a hospital of the future, offering state-of-the-art healthcare services in a healing environment
    that is focused on the patient and family. To learn more, visit sarh.org.
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