It was another beautiful day at Malibu Country Club as the audio industry came to play at the 11th Annual Mix L.A. Open last June and support the causes of the Mix Foundation. First-place honors went to The Village team with a score of 56. Second place went to Team Ed Cherney with a score of 58, followed by third-place finishers The Document Room with a score of 60. Closest to the Pin honors went to Gabe Whyel. Craig Rovello won the Longest Drive contest and Chris Rossasen walked away with the Longest Putt Award.
First-time participants, The Document Room, finishes in third place.
Through the generous support of the event’s sponsors, the Mix L.A. Open was once again a huge success. Proceeds from the golf tournament and silent auction will go to the House Ear Institute’s Sound Partners program and the Sound Art program of Los Angeles. For more information and photos, please visit www.mixfoundation.org.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:
Beverage Cart Sponsors
Sound Design Corporation
Closest to the Pin Sponsor
Producers & Engineers Wing/Recording Academy
Eddie Money practices his putting.
Golf Ball Sponsor/Yamaha Corp. of America
The Document Room
The Pass Studios
Longest Drive Sponsor
Longest Putt Sponsor
19th Hole Sponsor
Quantegy Recording Solutions