E.Q. Sylvester, founder of U.S. Adaptive Golf Alliance, talks about USAGA’s ‘life-changing’ initiative for disabled golfers
Host Ann Liguori talks with E.Q. Sylvester, the founder and CEO of the U.S. Adaptive Golf Alliance, about the USAGA’s mission to include golfers with disabilities in the fabric of the game, providing instruction, clinics and tournaments. The USAGA is made up of 38 member organizations and 40,000 disabled golfers, including 26 percent wounded military veterans. They talk about the USAGA's recent book “The Power of Golf: The Game's Positive Impact on the Lives of the Disabled” and the paragolf movement.
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