ⓘ Paralyzed Veterans Golf Open

                                     

ⓘ Paralyzed Veterans Golf Open

The Paralyzed Veterans Golf Open is an annual charity golf tournament. Proceeds from the tournament support PAVE, Paralyzed Veterans of Americas vocational rehabilitation program. The mission of the program is to pave a path for employment, economic self-sufficiency and vocational fulfillment for any veteran seeking better quality of life.

10th PVGO event was held on 19 June 2017, in Lansdowne, Virginia.

                                     
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