April 16, 2019 – Parkersburg, WV – Miller Prosthetics & Orthotics will host a free golf clinic for rehab personnel and those with physical challenges. First Swing Learn to Golf, a program of the National Amputee Golf Association will offer a morning session specifically for area therapists (PTs, OTs, RTs), golf teaching pros and anyone with an interest in adaptive recreation. Clinic will include classroom instruction and hands on driving range work. Continuing education credits and PGA points may apply. Lunch will be provided. Morning attendees are asked to stay for the afternoon clinic session of the day when our clinic participants will learn how to golf or how to return to the game of golf. Instruction will be provided by Don Zommer, an NAGA First Swing Instructor. First Swing Learn to Golf is offered at NO CHARGE to any attendee. Online registration is available for both the morning and afternoon session at https://opaffirstswingwvpart.eventbrite.com or by contacting Miller P & O at 740-421-4211.
The First Swing event will take place on Friday, May 17 at Parkersburg Country Club in Vienna, WV. Morning session begins at 9 am and the afternoon clinic session will begin at 1 pm on the driving range. For more information, you may call 980-819-9404 or contact Robin@opafonline.org. Balance, grip, range of motion, adaptive equipment and techniques will all be part of the day’s instruction.
Miller Prosthetics & Orthotics offer top quality patient care in both Ohio and West Virginia and have been in practice in the Mid Ohio Valley since 1992. First Swing is a chance for them to give back to their community, their patients and their referrals sources with top quality adaptive recreation and education.