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May 2, 2011 Uncategorized No Comments

On the Tee Americans United

September 11, 2001 created chaos in the world; it took 24 hours for Americans to come together in unity getting involved in working together to create a passion for helping one another overcome the attack on our country.   This year on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 American Golfers will stand united to celebrate, remember and engage with each other in Standing United.  Join Golf 9/12 for the week starting with 9/5 America’s Labor Day of rekindling the spirit of unity we all felt on 9/12/2001

Go to www.golf912.org and register to play a round of golf at your local course, club or resort during that week.  Your $12.00 registration fee will go towards helping many of the military organizations that have come on board to assist our country overcome the trials of losing loved ones, healing lives and creating a legacy for future generations. Invite your friends, family and colleagues to join you in Standing United to make a Better World.

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