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HELLERTOWN, Pa., September 24, 2019 – Moving Foreward will conduct a unique dual clinic for amputee golfers and the therapists and golf professionals who work with them on October 2, 2019, at the Preakness Valley Golf Club, in Wayne, New Jersey. Golfers of any playing level are welcome and encouraged to attend the clinics, which are being sponsored by the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.
The First Swing Seminar will offer physical, occupational, and recreation therapists, as well as golf professionals, the education and training needed to help their clients get on the green with independence and confidence. The Learn to Golf Clinic will feature a hands-on program teaching amputees of all ages and abilities the basics of golf, adaptive techniques that will strengthen their play, and strategies to help improve their game.
Adam Benza—certified NAGA instructor, three-time Eastern Regional Golf Champion, and Moving Foreward co-founder—will lead the clinics, which will comprise a morning session (8.30-11:30 am) for the First Swing Seminar and afternoon session (12.30-3:00 pm) for the Learn to Golf Clinic.
Joining Adam will be Marty Vybihal, Golf Pro, Preakness Valley Golf Course; Anne Marie Chesterman, CTRS, recreation therapist, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, Saddle Brook, NJ; Katie Byrnes, CTRS, recreation therapist, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, West Orange, NJ; and Victoria Abbaticola, CTRS, recreation therapist, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, Chester, NJ.
To register, or for more information, call Anne Marie Chesterman, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation at (201) 368-6012 or email email@example.com.
Moving Foreward is a non-profit, 501 C3 organization dedicated to empowering persons with disabilities through the game of golf. Our associates provide education, assistance, and motivation to people with disabilities and professionals who work with people with disabilities.
In addition to hosting golf clinics, Moving Foreward conducts seminars with golf professionals and physical therapists to explain the different golf swings of people with disabilities, prosthetics, and adaptive equipment; provides motivation to people with disabilities through individual, small group, or major event interactions; and raises awareness through speaking engagements at sporting events and business conferences.
Contributions to Moving Foreward are tax-deductible. To learn more, visit www.movingforeward.org.
- On September 25, 2019