San Diego’s only golf tournament that pairs abled-bodied golfers from with neurologically and/or physically challenged golfers TODAY
TODAY, SEPT. 8, 1-5 PM – SINGING HILL GOLF RESORT AT SYCUAN
WHAT: San Diego’s only golf tournament to pair physically challenged golfers (stroke, brain injury, MS survivors, wounded warriors, amputees, etc.) with able-bodied players to showcase golf as a therapy tool. Great human-interest stories and visuals for uplifting new stories.
WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 8, Putting Contest 1 PM / Shotgun Start 3 PM
WHERE: Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan, 3007 Dehesa Road, San Diego 92108
WHO: Great human interest stories and visuals. All types of golfers participate including survivors of traumatic brain injury and stroke, amputees, wounded warriors, etc. A great uplifting story for today’s news cycle. Interviewees can discuss how restorative golf has changed their lives and PGA Golf Professional John Klein can discuss how he adaptive golf so golfers can work around their challenges to get out of the house. Adaptive golf requires balance, hand-eye coordination, stamina, and commitment
MEDIA CONTACT: Ben Macapugay at (619) 890-0784 (mobile phone)