Clinics Can Help’s cause benefits from biggest golf tournament in their history

Clinics Can Help enjoyed their 5th Annual Clinics Can Help Golf Classic at Madison Green Country Club in Royal Palm Beach on Friday, what was the biggest tournament yet for the nonprofit organization. CCH is a West Palm Beach charity that enables access to healthcare to those who need it, but can’t afford it, through the donation of medical equipment and supplies. CBS12 Sports Director Matt Lincoln was, once again, the honorary Media Chair, as well as the Master of Ceremonies.

“We are thrilled to have grown our event over the past few years,” says Owen O’Neill, executive director of Clinics Can Help. “As our organization grows and we serve even more people, our tournament grows as well. This year, we’ve got fun additions to be announced to the day of tournament activities, and even some surprises for the female participants. I am confident that our golfers and supporters will have an incredible day!”

Golf great Dana Quigley, who became involved with the organization following an accident that left his son disabled, continues to serve in the honorary chair role. Proceeds from the Golf Classic go directly to the CCH’s Kinder Project, the organization’s program supporting families of children with special needs.

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