Country Club was honored to host the United
States Blind Golf Association (USBGA)
National Championship Tournament at Edgmont
Country Club in Edgemont, Pennsylvania,
on September 26 and 27, 2010.
Results Net 2010
The Tournment Event Director and player Sheila
Drummond with coach and husband Keith Drummond. Sheila Drummond is
believed to be the first completely blind female golfer to ever hit
a hole-in-one. She got her ace on
Aug. 19, 2007 at Mahoning Valley Country Club, near her home in Lehighton, Pa.
Recognized and inducted at this event were be:
Charley Boswell from Birmingham, Alabama
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Bo Russell from Birmingham, Alabama
Clint Russell from Duluth, Minnesota
Joe Lazaro from Waltham, Massachusetts
Edgmont Country Club has a rich history
with blind golf.
In 1967 it hosted the 3ed International Blind Golf
Tournment and the
"Hope for the Blind" celebraty fund raiser
Edgmont Country Club also hosted the
USBGA 62 National Championship in