When Hitting The Tee Becomes A Team Sport
Today is National Golf Day and in honor of today we bring you Guiding Eyes For the Blind.
Eli Manning hosts Guiding Eyes For The Blind's 36th Annual Golf Classic where legally blind golfer, Dick Pomo and his wife Sharon, compete with a teamwork 20 years in the making. The assistance of Guiding Eyes for the Blind extends beyond the invaluable service of providing service dogs to the blind. Their Golf Classic provides Dick Pomo and other visually impaired athletes the opportunity to play, compete, and enjoy the thrill of sport despite the handicap they were dealt. With a trusted partner on the green, they achieve the particular kind of independence known to the competitor. For more information about Guiding Eyes for The Blind, check out their website.
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