Examples would include: the GAIN (Golf: Accessible and Inclusive Networks) initiative of the Ohio Junior Golf Association, the Not Far From Par program for autistic children in the Bergenfield (N.J.) Public School District, a golf-based rehabilitation effort for young men with substance abuse and mental health problems run by The Therapeutic Center at Fox Chase in Philadelphia, and a program for physically or visually impaired golfers organized by the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association in Lake Forest, Ill., near Chicago.
The USGA Grants Initiative has given more than $65 million to worthy golf causes since 1997.
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