Benefiting BIAC’s Recreation Programs
Now in its 24th year, the Ed Reinhardt-Tony Bruno Golf Tournament has helped send hundreds of survivors of a brain injury to recreation programs in the Colorado backcountry and Front Range. After green fees, 100% of net proceeds go directly for scholarships for survivors and to the BIAC recreational programs.
BIAC offers Single and Multi-day recreation programs featuring a range of activities such as hiking, climbing, a ropes course, cycling and rafting. Winter activities include skiing, snowboarding, ice fishing and snowshoeing. Music and Art Classes and social activities are held throughout the year.
The tournament will be held at the beautiful Lake Valley Golf Club, 4400 Lake Valley Drive, Longmont, CO, 80503. Registration begins at 7:00 am. Shotgun start at 8:30 am.
Ed was a sophomore tight end for the University of Colorado in 1984. His brain injury occurred during a tackle in a football game between Colorado and Oregon. He was in a coma for 62 days. It was five months before he spoke a word. It was two years before he could walk Ed gives the credit to God for his amazing recovery. Today he volunteers at an elementary school, is a speaker and a singer creates and sells artwork and helps the Brain Injury Alliance to give others an opportunity.
On April 6, 1983, in a boxing incident at the University of Colorado, Tony sustained an acute, subdural hematoma. He survived three brain surgeries in one night, a drug-induced coma to save his life and thirty days on life support systems. This was just the beginning of a long struggle. With severe brain damage and paralysis on his right side, Tony has fought back with years of intensive physical and cognitive therapies. Tony works four days a week in a workshop for the disabled called “SHALOM-INDUSTRIES”.
$175 per person
Covers Green Fees, golf cart, and delicious BBQ lunch
Corporate Buy a Hole Sponsors
Includes four entries into the tournament and a prominent display of the corporate name on a tee box.
Fun Scramble Tournament
Male and female players, of all ability levels, can compete as a team for the best team score.
Score a Hole-In-One and win a $25,000 car.