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PHOTOS: 25th Annual Golf Tournament Tees Off

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Melanie Ziems

The sun broke through the morning clouds just in time for over 120 golfers to tee off at the 25th annual Cullen College of Engineering golf tournament on Monday, April 7.

The golf tournament, sponsored this year by LJA Engineering, is an annual event bringing golfers from engineering firms all over the Houston area together to rub elbows and compete for prizes including a Harley Davidson.

Check out the pictures from this year’s tournament here, and check out the highlight video below!

 

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