Clinics Can Help’s Golf Classic Will Take Place In Wellington

Matt Lincoln, Gil Martinez and Dennis Martinez. Photo courtesy Tracey Benson Photography

Clinics Can Help (CCH) recently announced the date and location of the nonprofit’s 10th annual Golf Classic. Presented by the Gil Martinez Agency/State Farm, the tournament will take place on Friday, Oct. 27 at the Wanderer’s Club in Wellington and will feature exciting contests and a new morning start time.

Returning in the role of chair is CBS 12’s morning anchor, Matt Lincoln. PGA Tour champion Dana Quigley, whose personal experience after a tragic accident involving his son brought him to Clinics Can Help, will also return as honorary chair.

“We are fortunate that each year, as this event grows and evolves, that individual and community commitments remain,” Clinics Can Help CEO Owen O’Neill said. “We are grateful for the continued support and love that golfers not only enjoy the day of golf, but meet and spend time with some of our youngest clients, seeing firsthand the impact our work has on families.”

The format for the tournament will remain a scramble with mixed, men’s and women’s divisions. Best dressed team (sun and fun golf attire), hole-in-one, closest-to-the-pin (men and women) and longest drive (men and women) contests will add to the excitement of the day and will feature incredible prizes.

Proceeds from the event support the KINDER (Kids in Need of Durable Equipment Right Now) Project, CCH’s program supporting families of children with special needs. Many of the children are affected by serious medical conditions, and the families struggle to afford the equipment that enables them to lead more independent lives.

Sponsors to date include the Gil Martinez Agency/State Farm; the Nicholas Group; Rosenthal, Levy, Simon and Sosa, Attorneys at Law; the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb; and the Paving Lady.

Tickets for the tournament range from $325 to $1,300 for golf. Lunch-only tickets are available this year for guests not golfing for $100. Sponsorship opportunities remain and can be seen at

To learn more about the 10th annual Clinics Can Help Golf Classic presented by the Gil Martinez Agency/State Farm, visit or call (561) 640-2995.

A vital resource in Palm Beach County and throughout southeast Florida for families in search of medical equipment, such as hospital beds, wheelchairs, nebulizers and more, CCH provides access to critical equipment for thousands of children and adults who cannot afford it.

The only organization of its kind in Florida and one of only four in the U.S. that provide a vast and diverse array of equipment, CCH makes a difference through a simple process of organized recycling. To learn more, visit or call (561) 640-2995.