Join us for IRG's 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament!
Published - Mar 07, 2019
IRG Physical & Hand Therapy is excited to continue the tradition of our annual charity golf tournament!
For over 20 years, IRG has been embedded in local communities through established neighborhood clinics, athletic training services, sponsoring local high schools, and more. The tournament will be Shotgun Format. We will have prizes, tee box games, a silent auction, and much, much more.
President Shannon O’Kelley said, “IRG’s goal is to provide care and support in all aspects of a person’s life, including those who can’t care for themselves. That’s why we’re so excited to support and donate the proceeds of the golf tournament to the Snohomish County’s Imagine Children Museum.”
Date: Monday, August 12th
Time: Check-in at 1 PM
Location: Everett Golf & Country Club - 1500 52nd St. SE, Everett, WA 98203
Cost: $180 per player | $720 per foursome
Is pain preventing you from your perfect game?
Our certified Titleist Golf Specialists can assess and identify physical restrictions that might be limiting your performance and creating unnecessary discomfort. With golf-specific education in health and fitness, screening techniques, and golf swing mechanics, IRG can help you feel and perform better on the golf course.
Learn about our Charity Golf Tournament proceeds recipient!
Free and guided play builds a child’s social and academic development. At Imagine Children’s Museum, we promote the power of play: learning and growing by doing what every child loves to do best…play! Our interactive exhibits and activities encourage children chronologically (ages 1-12) and their families to role play, experiment, splash, think, wander and create together in a place where they can feel physically and emotionally safe.
Every child and family deserves playtime together at Imagine. Free admission nights and discounted memberships are a few ways we work to ensure that all families have an opportunity to share in the fun. We strive to enrich our community by serving as a resource for schools, family service organizations and other local nonprofits that share the common goal of making children’s lives better.