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2014-06-13 23:07:16

Guiding Eyes, the nonprofit known for its outstanding guide and service dogs, recently welcomed the return of NY Giants Quarterback Eli Manning as host of their 37th annual Guiding Eyes Golf Classic. More than 250 golfers teed off, raising significant funds for the organization. Westchester County, NY (PRWEB) June 13, 2014 Guiding Eyes, the nonprofit known for its outstanding guide and service dogs, recently welcomed the return of NY Giants Quarterback Eli Manning as host of their 37th...

2014-04-16 23:14:15

NY Giants quarterback Eli Manning returns on Monday, June 9, to host Guiding Eyes for the Blind’s 37th annual Golf Classic alongside the country’s best blind golfers and magnificent Guiding Eyes dogs. The two-day outing, anticipated to raise more than $700,000, will be held at two of the region’s most esteemed courses – Mount Kisco Country Club in Mount Kisco, NY and Fairview Country Club in Greenwich, CT. Westchester County, N.Y. (PRWEB) April 16, 2014 NY Giants quarterback Eli...

2013-08-05 23:04:10

Jefferies Solicitors is a Cheshire-based law firm that specializes in handling personal injury cases and works on a ‘no win - no fee’ basis for its clients. (PRWEB) August 05, 2013 Jefferies Solicitors, a Cheshire-based law firm, is sponsoring a leading blind golfer named William McAllister, at the World Championships in Australia in 2014. Jefferies Solicitors is a reputed law firm based in Cheshire that specializes in personal injury cases. The company is now supporting one of the...

2013-05-03 23:17:34

NY Giants quarterback Eli Manning returns on Monday, June 10 to host Guiding Eyes for the Blind´s 36th Annual Golf Classic alongside the country´s best blind golfers and magnificent Guiding Eyes dogs. The two-day outing, anticipated to raise more than $500,000, will be held at two of the region´s most esteemed courses — Mount Kisco Country Club in Mount Kisco, NY and Fairview Country Club in Greenwich, CT. Westchester County, NY (PRWEB) May 03, 2013 NY Giants...

2006-04-20 04:57:25

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Three groups of blind golfers teamed up in Hong Kong this week to promote their motto, "you don't have to see it to tee it." The groups will train and pay for the cost of 13 visually impaired athletes to learn the sport, the South China Morning Post reported on Thursday. David Morris, a three-time world champion blind golfer who lost his sight in a motorbike crash, was among participants at the Discovery Bay golf course to raise awareness of the International...


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