Golf Clinic Raises Money For Service Dog

A group of pint size golfers hit the links this morning for a good cause.
Luke Ross has a severe case of autism and is need of a service dog. To raise the $25,000 for the canine, his family has turned to the Good Fight Foundation who held today’s junior golf clinic.
Kids of different ages grabbed their clubs and teed off at the Shell Landing Golf Course in Gautier. Golf pros were on hand to show these kids the ropes, all in hopes of giving little Luke the help he needs. Mary Ross said, “This dog will change his life dramatically, improve his quality of life and keep him safe. We’re about halfway there to getting his dog. It’s been fun. It’s been a challenge to raise that much money, but we’re getting with that. Once we do meet that goal, they will bring the dog to us.”
The Good Fight Foundation does plan to hold another clinic in July. For more information on that clinic and how to donate for Luke, visit the Puzzle Puppy for Luke Facebook page.
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