Posted by WMFY and Brian Hall The Clinic Allows Children With Special Needs To Have A Fun Day Learning Golf
Written by JuliaKate E. Culpepper for Golfweek By now, most know the Amy Bockerstette story. The college golfer captured the hearts of sports fans when she made par on the par-3 16th hole during a practice round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open in January with her father, Joe, and “best friend” Gary Woodland by her side. But Amy’s […]
Written by Helen Ross for PGATour.com Joe Bockerstette didn’t expect the weekend to unfold the way it did. He and his wife Jenny and daughter Amy had just come to Florida’s First Coast to play a little golf, connect with a new friend and attend a dinner where he would receive Golfweek’s Father of the […]
Written by Gary Smits for The Florida Times-Union The FaceTime video of U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland being congratulated after the final round at Pebble Beach by Amy Bockerstette, a special-needs college golfer from Arizona, had a First Coast connection in more ways than one. Amy was sitting in the home of Paul and Michelle […]
Written by Garrett Johnston for The Caddie Network What a celebratory moment last night when Gary Woodland’s putt disappeared into the 18th hole in the U.S. Open and he unleashed a fist pump that looked more like a pitcher’s fastball that rivaled any of Tiger’s in his prime. Woodland’s winning score of 13 under at […]
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Answered prayers. That’s how Paul Tesori sees it, and anyone who knows him knows that’s meant in the most literal sense of the words. The highly-respected caddie was between jobs in the fall of 2010 after being let go — “Fired for the first time in my life,” Tesori said […]
Written by Amber Lake for the Ponte Vedra Recorder The Tesori Family Foundation’s All-Star Kids Clinic teed off for the fourth year at Sawgrass Country Club on the eve of the first round of THE PLAYERS. The March 13 clinic hosted 25 kids with special needs, or “VIPs,” and their families to learn golf […]
Jimmy Roberts talks to Paul Tesori about his family foundation that brings together the professional golf world and the special needs community.