SPEAKER: Bob Buck, Eastern Amputee Golf Association
     Adaptive sports have given many people of all ages with a new lease on life. In 1970 Bob had a below
     the  knee amputation but continued playing golf.
      In 1986, he founded the Eastern Amputee Golf  Association (EAGA) which benefits the amputee community.
      EAGA's objective is" to assist in the rehabilitation of amputees and  provide for their general welfare, both physical and psychological, through the medium of golf and its associated activities". They also provide scholarships to qualified applicants who are amputee students and/or children of amputee members. EAGA provides clinics and seminars for both golfers and for rehab and golf professionals . I urge you to follow the link to the EAGA website. It is extremely informative and will give you better insight into the organization and what it does. http://eagagolf.org/index.html   Be sure to click on the Officers tab and read about Bob and the others who run this organization. Thanks Bob, we definitely enjoyed your program!