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    A car accident put him in a chair 32 years ago. His unstoppable charge at every adaptive sport possible turned him into Quadzilla.

  • Alternative Adaptive: A look at cycling, fishing and more at the TEE Tournament

    Besides building bonds with one another, the annual TEE Tournament exposes Veterans to a other adaptive sports they can use long after the event is over.

  • Army Veteran’s ‘can do’ attitude helps him on golf course

    The Iowa City Veterans Healthcare System and DAV hosted the National Disabled Veterans TEE (Train, Expose, Experience) Tournament (NDVTEE), a week-long adaptive golf program that rehabilitates Veterans with life-changing disabilities.

  • TEE Tournament teaches golf for blind, amputees, paralyzed

    Adaptive golf at the TEE Tournament teaches the blind, paralyzed and those with PTSD to heal and see their full potential on the golf greens of Iowa.

  • VA, para-mobile partners help Veterans swing for the greens

    Josh Maley was in a deep depression and never thought he'd golf again. The para-mobile gave him back the game he loves and got him back to the game of life.

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