Grandfathers For Golf volunteers explain why they do it Photo courtesy of Grandfathers For GolfKids of all ages are taught how to swing like a pro by the tireless volunteers of the Grandfathers For Golf program. ■ By Tony Viola / Contributed Grandfathers For Golf, a nonprofit program, is staffed entirely by volunteers who are typically older than 70 years of age. Volunteers come in all types: men, women, older, younger, liberal and conservative. The core value that unites them all in this single purpose is that they want to make a difference in a child’s life. An interesting phenomenon is taking place among those who volunteer their time with Grandfathers
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