FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (6/28/23) – CINCINNATI, OH – Special Olympics Ohio is thrilled to announce its upcoming golf outing on Monday, August 28, 2023. The event will take place at the prestigious TPC River’s Bend, 316 Winding River Blvd in Maineville, renowned for its immaculate fairways and breathtaking views. With a format designed to ensure a thrilling day of golf, participants will engage in friendly competition while fostering camaraderie among fellow golfers.

The Tee it Up Golf Outing promises an exceptional day on the greens, bringing together passionate golfers, Special Olympics Ohio athletes, and dedicated sponsors in supporting our mission of empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities through sports and competition.

The Tee it Up Golf Outing offers an incredible opportunity for golf enthusiasts to showcase their skills while making a meaningful impact in their community.

In addition to an extraordinary day on the golf course, Tee it Up offers various sponsorship opportunities that provide businesses with valuable exposure and community engagement. Sponsors will have the chance to showcase their commitment to philanthropy while gaining visibility among a diverse audience of golf enthusiasts and community leaders.

Special Olympics Ohio provides year-round athletic training and competition, health education, and leadership programs for over 20,000 athletes across the state. The Southwest region, ranging from Adams County up to Logan County, serves over 4,500 athletes from ages 8 and up. By registering to play, participants help provide opportunities for athletes at no cost to themselves while creating a greater sense of belonging for everyone in the community. Local sponsors for this event include Pilgrim’s, Earthwave Technologies and Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Back by popular demand, Foxtails “Cocktails for the Cunning” will be on-site with refreshments.

To ensure the success of the Tee it Up Golf Outing, we are actively seeking both foursome sign-ups and sponsorships. Join us in supporting Special Olympics athletes and be a part of a truly memorable day. Secure your place today by visiting

Event Contact: Alison Bloomer, Director of Development- Special Olympics Ohio SW Region


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About Special Olympics Ohio

Special Olympics Ohio is part of the global inclusion movement using sport, health, education, and leadership programs to empower people with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics Ohio provides year-round sports training and competition in 19 different sports for 20,000 children and adults, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.