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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.
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.
No arms and no legs are no problem for this Coast Guard Vet who still skis and golfs with the best of them through adaptive sports.
Army Veteran Joni Mulvania is back for this year’s TEE Tournament in Iowa, an annual event for blind Veterans and those with other disabilities. She exemplifies the spirit of the games.
More than 200 Veterans with visual impairments, severe illness or injury are set to tee up for the 2018 National Disabled Veterans Training, Exposure and Experience (TEE) Tournament, which will take place Sept. 9-14 near Iowa City, Iowa.
More than 260 Veterans will demonstrate their resilience as they participate in the 2017 National Disabled Veterans Training, Exposure and Experience Golf Tournament.
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Last updated October 1, 2022
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