Drivers, Start Your Engines
A few dozen golfers representing vendor and partner businesses get ready to hit the links.
That's Carrier Access' Shane Stark getting good iron on the ball and setting his team up for a short putt.
Also pictured are Scott Eaton and Matt Karst of Synnex; and Blake Schwank of Colorado Computer Support.
You'll have to trust us. This putt from about 15 feet away found the bottom of the cup.
Judging by the smiles on these guys' faces, they hadn't had time to make a lot of bad shots by the time our cameras caught up with them.
This foursome consisted of Daniel Guenther, Sunray Cloud Solutions; Thomas Baker, Channel Partners/Informa; and Chris Forte and John Holda of Olmec.
This group was able to record a good score on this hole and move on to the next tee. Here we have Tim Harrod-Davis and Keith Harvey of AT&T; Joe La Viola and Scott Foote of Netwolves.
Here we find Matthew Ragan, Avaya; Scott Kraus, Hunter; Mo Allen, Cisus; and Mike Fogali, Ecomm.
Dana Risley, U.S. Director of Sales at TEM provider Cimpl,
gets ready to smash one off the tee.
David Sonenstein, executive director at Ezwim, another telecom-expense management provider, lines up from the wrong side of the ball. Surprisingly, he hit it well!
We found this team with a good lie right in the middle of the fairway. Featured are Matthew Humphries, Allied Technology Group; Moosavi Qahim, Business Solutions Consulting; and Thomas and David Graham, TMA Consulting.
, which provides advanced online training and certification solutions to give military veterans a competitive advantage in the civilian workforce, was a sponsor of the Evolution Golf Invitational.
Here, TrainOurTroops reps talk with golfers Chris Ichelson and Matt Atkinson of HTG 360, James Gohng of QTS and Michael Kim of Zenlayer.
Coffee With Craig and Kevin's Kevin Morris
Channel Partners' business development director, Kevin Morris, takes a swing on the driving range before hitting the first tee. The co-host of the Channel Partners podcast, "Coffee with Craig and Kevin
," wanted us to tell you it went far.
On to the Next
Here we find another seemingly jovial group, featuring Don McKelvey and Chris Perry of Spectrum, Ken McCormack of Alliance Business Services and Darrin Swan of Infinit Consulting.
Scotland RunScotland Run
, just across the New Jersey border from Philadelphia, is built in and around an old sand quarry, and features a distinctive blend of wooded, quarry and links-style holes. The most unique characteristics include expansive waste areas and an imposing display of cliffs.