9th Annual UNC Division of Physical Therapy Golf Tournament at the Golf Club at Chapel Ridge

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Friday, September 12, 2014

12:30 PM

8:00 PM


The 9th Annual UNC Division of Physical Therapy Golf Tournament

will be held on September 12, 2014 at The Golf Club at Chapel Ridge.

Registration starts at 10:45am ~ Shotgun start at 12:30pm


For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.med.unc.edu/ahs/physical/spta/golf_tournament

Entry fee includes: lunch, green fees, golf cart, range balls, award ceremony, and dinner.

If you have questions, please contact Deidra Debnam at deidra_debnam@med.unc.edu or (910) 818-9493. 

*The golf tournament raises funds for the Foundation for Physical Therapy and UNC’s Student Physical Therapy Association (SPTA). The Foundation for Physical Therapy is a non-profit organization dedicated to obtaining grants and scholarships to support research and development in physical therapy. Research is a significant asset to progressing the body of knowledge that guides physical therapy practice, to help ensure the delivery of quality care to all patients.

UNC’s SPTA  is a student organization on the campus of UNC that provides physical therapy students with opportunities for professional and personal development through community service and outreach programs, as well as continuing education. In the last year, members of UNC’s SPTA have volunteered with a student-run health clinic, N.C. Special Olympics, N.C. Therapeutic Riding Center, United Way of the Greater Triangle, and various community health fairs. SPTA members have also attended local and national conferences to take advantage of additional learning opportunities and to facilitate further professional development.

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