Online Image® attended the Vistage Golf Tournament at Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club in Park City, Utah. The representatives from Online Image®, along with 13 other local and national sponsors, spent the day in the sun and fresh mountain air working to benefit the National Abilities Center from Park City. The driving range opened at Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club in Park City at 8 am.
This particular tournament donated a portion of event fees to the National Ability Center. The NAC began in 1985 through a grant that enabled the organization to offer ski lessons to disabled veterans. The same year, founder Meeche White served as Chief of Race in Park City, Utah at the International Special Olympics Winter Games Alpine Venue. After decades of traveling the world for additional Special Olympics games and advocacy for disabled athletes, the National Ability Center has made a name for itself as a beacon of opportunity for athletes of all abilities across the country.
The NAC is, “committed to the development of lifetime skills for people of all ages and abilities by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences in a nurturing environment.” The National Ability Center offers outdoor, summer, winter and extra activities to children and families of all ability levels, including athletes with orthopedic, spinal cord, neuromuscular, visual, hearing, and cognitive or developmental disabilities.
Vistage Utah was the main sponsor of the event. Vistage Utah and Vistage International are organizations that connect key players like CEOs, presidents and other business owners to new ideas, extra training and enrichment opportunities such as charity golf tournaments like the one at Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club.
The tournament was played in a modified scramble format, requiring players to drive from the tee, move to the best drive and keep scores themselves. Russell Burnett and team represented Online Image® on the green. The tournament lasted most of the day with a BBQ reception and awards at the end of the event.