The Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association wants to thank all the people who help make our 2022 Annual MABGA Tournament a success. It is with all your help that MABGA can support our Junior Golf Program and give our members the opportunity to enjoy the great game of golf.
We want to especially thank the Partners Specialty Group for their very generous contribution as our 2022 Signature Sponsor. It was with their help and all our other patrons that we were able to obtain our financial objectives.
Tournament Date & Location
|Date:||Tuesday, August 15, 2023|
|Location:||Talamore Country Club
723 Talamore Drive
Ambler, PA 19002
Dear Friends and Members of MABGA:
Welcome! Once again, we are gathered to celebrate the anniversary of the Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association (MABGA). This year marks a milestone achievement for us – the 75th anniversary of our organization’s inception. Our founding fathers were visionaries who brought the joy of golf to visually impaired and blind people.
Since our beginning in 1948, the MABGA has broadened our scope to include sponsorship to 14 junior golf events a year and in 2021, we proudly announce the completion of the Kritz Golf Course on the grounds of the New York Institute for Special Education.
MABGA is not just a golf association for the blind and visually impaired adults and junior golf program, it is a nonprofit organization that supports our members’ mental health and well-being by giving them the opportunity to get out of their homes and do something fun and enjoyable while spending time with their peers. Our adult program regularly hosts approximately 35 outings each year in addition to our annual fundraising tournament.
Essential to this celebration is a big thank you to our coaches. Without them, we could not play golf at all! Their gifts of time, talent and patience are appreciated by each member of MABGA. Additionally, thank you to every golf club, which welcomes us to its facilities. We appreciate you for the extra dimension you add to our lives.
Our fundraiser relies on the generous support of our advertisers and sponsors, who make it possible for us to host this event. The entry fee that we charge for playing is only a fraction of the actual cost of the venue, and it does not generate any profit for our cause. Where we make our profit is from the ads and sponsorships donations.
The continuing success of MABGA depends on all our members, coaches and friends continuing to support MABGA on our cause to help our blind and visually impaired adult and junior golf programs. Will you help us to keep MABGA strong going forward by purchasing an ad or becoming a significant sponsor?
Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association
P.S. the deadline for ad book submissions is July 31 and tournament registrations is August 1.