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Husome Named to IOWA AMPUTEE GOLF ASSOCIATION Board of Directors

July 7, 2020

News Release

Husome Named to IOWA AMPUTEE GOLF ASSOCIATION Board of Directors

Cedar Falls, Iowa (July 7, 2020) -- Cedar Falls native Steve Husome, President of Adaptive Golf Iowa was recently named to the Iowa Amputee Golf Association Board of Directors. The IAGA is a non-profit organization established to promote the game of golf to amputees across the state. The IAGA organizes an annual golf tournament in Des Moines, IA. attracting amputee golfers from all over the Midwest. Established in 1992, the IAGA provides an inclusive environment for players suffering from limb loss or limb difference as well as providing scholarships for qualifying students who apply each year.

Steve said that he looks forward to contributing to the continued successes already established of the Iowa Amputee Golf Association. He looks forward to continuing their work collaboratively to help promote the game of golf to amputees in Iowa.

“It is an honor to be named to the IAGA board, and I look forward to helping coordinate one of the best amputee golf tournaments in the country.”

Husome established Adaptive Golf Iowa to provide opportunities for people with all types of disabilities to learn or return to the game of golf. For more information about adaptive golf opportunities, refer to the web site;

About Adaptive Golf Iowa: Adaptive Golf Iowa is a division supported by the Husome Strong Foundation, a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization located in Cedar Falls Iowa. The mission of Adaptive Golf Iowa is to spread joy through the game of golf to those living with disabilities throughout Iowa. More information can be found at

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