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Spring Break Photo Contest: Winner!

Update: With approximately 46% of the votes, Picture #3, sent in by Derrick Palecek, is the winner! Coming in at 25% of the votes, Picture #10 takes second place. The names and locations of the photos have been added below. Thanks to everyone who submitted!

We had a lot of great submissions for our spring break photo contest, but in the end, there can only be one. Check out the finalists below, and make sure to vote for your favorite. Voting will last until Thursday at 11:59 p.m, and the winner will receive a $50 gift card to Zola New World Bistro.

 

1. Dougie Fresh (Füssen, Germany)

2. Amy Grossberg (Lagos, Portugal)

3. Derrick Palecek (Panama City Beach, Florida)

4. Gabby Spero (Clearwater, Florida)

5. Erin Kitzmiller

6. Daniel Cardenas (Key West, Florida)

7. Ali Wykis (Forsyth Park Fountain, Savannah, GA)

8. Mark Rynn (Cocoa Beach, Florida)

9. Kayla Larkin (London, England)

10. Wolfgang Woods (a group of Professional Golf Management students, taken in St. Andrews, Scotland)

Which spring break photo do you like the most?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Click through each photo to see the original sizes. These photos were submitted (in no specific order) by Wolfgang Woods, Mark A. Rynn, Ali Wykis, Gabby Spero, Erin Kitzmiller, Kayla Larkin, Amy Grossberg, Dougie Fresh, Daniel Cardenas, and Derrick Palacek.

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