2011 U.S. Deaf Golf Championships – Day One

2011 U.S. Deaf Golf Championships – Day One

The Golf Club at Yankee Trace has been selected as the championship course for the 2011 United States Deaf Golf Championships to be held on July 12-15, 2011. The club is a premier upscale public golf course in southwestern Ohio. It features 18-Hole championship golf course and a 9-hole Vintage courses, along with a 32,000 square foot clubhouse, a complete practice facility, and friendly and professional staff. Yankee Trace Golf Club has been awarded the “Best Public Golf Course in Dayton and in Miami Valley” for five consecutive years. The course hosted the Nationwide Tour’s Dayton Open from 1999 to 2003.

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0 thoughts on “2011 U.S. Deaf Golf Championships – Day One”

  1. Hey.. thanks for the coverage! What ever happens to that Deaf African-American guy who played for Ohio State? Where is he now? Why isnt he playing in this tournament?

    1. Kevin Hall is playing in mini tours right now. There is a tournament happening this week in Ohio. He showed up yesterday for few hours.

  2. Aaah thats Kevin Hall! Sure hope he will get on Pro Tour and win some tourneys especially a major!

  3. Pono Tokioka,
    We, Kauaian, are so proud of you for participated DeafNation Golf Tourney recently BUT congratulation to you all golfers for being wonderful sportsmanship! 🙂