November 1 2020 Update
Golf still remains one of the safest leisure activities in today's crazy environment. We also realize that in these crazy times, it's important to stay engaged, stay safe and stay distanced. We're rolling out new protocols, new technology, our new RV/portable systems, and some major initiatives involving adaptive golf and philanthropic programs in which we will be getting more deeply involved.
All of our products have been completely reconfigured to allow for DIY installations (as long as you can use a bubble level, tape measure and a cordless screwdriver you've got this covered!). Not only can we all observe safety protocols, but you end up saving thousands on installation services!
TIU V1/2 Upgrades
For all existing TIU users, we have put together some new packages featuring our V4 technology which is now driven by a combination of doppler radars and cameras. As we no longer support V1/2 TIU technology, you can get upgraded to the latest in groundbreaking technology at a price that is a fraction of the pricing offered by our competition. We offer three levels of upgraded base packages from which you can still build an all custom system, all the time.
Our New RV & Mobile Packages
University of Arizona Adaptive Golf Program
The heart and focus of our activities focus on the UArizona Adaptive Sports program. The UArizona adaptive sports program is not only the largest in the US but the first to offer golf as a scholarship eligible program. We take great pride in our involvement and remain steadfast in promoting golf within the UArizona program and will assist in recruiting more qualified individuals who are not only looking to improve their golf future, but most importantly, wanting to advance their education and becoming a positive impact on their community.
We are also pleased to announce that Managing Partner, Jon Moore, has agreed to take over duties from former UArizona Adaptive Golf Head Coach, Matt Chandler, as a non-compensated member of the program. We're hoping to be an integral part of the success of this awesome program!!
TIU4ALL envisions a world in which the most vulnerable people will have the power to lift themselves through realized self esteem and the values of golf, to create vital, healthy lives for themselves and their communities, now and for the future.
We are currently conducting youth and veteran golf clinics throughout Arizona, Southern Nevada, and Southern California to start. We are also beginning a golf education program, targeting Native American youth in Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado starting this coming spring. By this next summer, we're hoping to expand our programs to other locations throughout the Western US.
The Invisible Shield
Under the banner, Invisible Shield, several select nonprofits have formed a strategic alliance to provide increased support and exposure to the critical causes that match with their missions. The Heart of a Lion John Daly – Major Ed Foundation, the Patriot Golf Foundation, the Uncommon Grit Foundation, St. Andrews Legacy, and TIU4ALL comprise the current organizations of Invisible Shield.
“Invisible Shield is based on the definition of invisible as ‘someone or something that cannot be seen’, and shield as ‘one that protects or defends’”, states Chick Linski, President of the John Daly – Major Ed Foundation and one of the drivers behind this collaborative effort. “The term ‘Invisible Shield’ was coined during a conversation with Darren McBurnett, US Navy SEAL (Ret), leader of the Uncommon Grit Foundation. We feel that we are providing the recipients of our missions with a sense of protection from their personal challenges by providing valuable resources, support, and opportunities. Each of the foundations involved want our benefactors to be the focal point of our efforts, not the organizations per se.”
"The Quest for the Shield" Golf Championship is a "one of a kind" virtual golf championship for ALL golfers that is structured perfectly for our current and future situations. You must play 22 rounds through September 2021 at a course of your choosing (can be your regular or competition rounds during the month but competitions need to be a minimum of two rounds (at the same course). You will need a valid GHIN/USGA index and an WGR4D access pass to qualify for the finals - (it's free). More information on the Invisible Shield by clicking the button below.
The Conquistador Paragolf Championships
We are hosting a 54 hole "all" disability open championship followed by an 18 hole Scramble fundraiser (benefitting the UArizona Adaptive Sports Program ) in an "adaptive pro am" type format in which each foursome would optionally feature an internationally ranked adaptive golfer. We will be hosting a variety of adaptive golfers, including many world ranked players in the amputee, single limb, spinal, TBI, cognitive and vision impaired divisions. We intend the Conquistador to be a WG4DG (World Golf Ranking for Disabled Golfers) Premier and Challenge event that will be sanctioned by the USGA, R&A and EDGA.
We are hosting a 54 hole "all" disability open championship followed by an 18 hole Scramble fundraiser (benefitting the UArizona Adaptive Sports Program ) in an "adaptive pro am" type format in which each foursome would optionally feature an internationally ranked adaptive golfer. We will be hosting a variety of adaptive golfers, including many world ranked players in the amputee, single limb, spinal, TBI, cognitive and vision impaired divisions. We intend the Conquistador to be a WR4GD (World Golf Ranking for Disabled Golfers) Premier and Challenge event that will be sanctioned by the USGA, R&A and EDGA.
The 2nd Annual TIU4ALL Shootout
Bring your "A" game and get involved in one of the most unique golf events ever to hit Tucson.
The 2nd annual TeeItUp Spring Shootout will take place on April 23, 2021 at the Ventana Golf and Tennis Resort in Tucson. This year's event will feature some of the finest adaptive golfers in the nation participating in a "tournament within a tournament" for some unbelievable prizes. This year's event will benefit the University of Arizona's adaptive golf team, the first in US Collegiate sports, all of whom will be participating in the tournament and who will be paired with able bodied golfers. There are many new facets to this year's tournament...take a look, this is going to be GREAT!!!!
April 23, 2021 at Ventana Golf and Tennis Club