The annual Triumph on the Greens Golf Tournament gives individuals with disabilities the opportunity to practice or learn the game of golf. Participants are taught to use adaptive golfing equipment and techniques, enhancing their skills and building a
sense of success.
Individuals and local businesses are encouraged to participate in the all-day golf tournament. Each team consists of three able-bodied golfers and one golfer with a disability.
The tournament is captain’s choice with mulligans available for purchase before tee-off, and great food and several prizes afterward. It serves as a fundraising event with proceeds benefiting Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital’s year-round adaptive
sports programs featuring golf, water skiing, sled hockey, alpine skiing, cycling, sailing, basketball, tennis and fencing.
For more information, including sponsorship opportunities, contact Danielle Fitzmorris at (864) 455-7711 or email@example.com.
When: Thursday, October 4 at 9 a.m.
Where: The Furman Golf Club, Greenville, SC
Fee: $125 for able-bodied player and $30 for disabled player
Deadline: September 20
19 years and still going strong…
All proceeds from this golf tournament, now in its 19th year, benefit the UCAN Adaptive Sports Program at Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital.
This program is 100% donor supported and offers community-based functions that give people with disabilities an opportunity
to enjoy adaptive sports and recreational activities at low or no cost.
Adaptive sports help people with disabilities develop independence, confidence and fitness.
Take N. Pleasantburg Drive exit (Hwy. 291 N.). Continue on 291 North until you reach the Poinsett Highway (Hwy. 276) intersection at Cherrydale Point Shopping Center. Turn right (north) onto Poinsett Highway and pass the Furman University exit. At the next stoplight, turn left onto New Roe Ford Road. At the next stoplight, turn left onto White Horse Road (Hwy. 25). Golf course entrance is on the left after approximately a block.
From I-85 North
Take Exit 44 (White Horse Road). Turn left at stoplight. Travel approximately 10 miles north on White Horse Road/Hwy. 25. The road will become six lanes. Furman Golf Course will be on the right after approximately a mile.