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Gorham Savings Bank Maine Amputee Open Ready to Tee Off

9 Jul, 2021


The 2021 Gorham Savings Bank Maine Amputee Open takes place July 11-14 at the Brunswick Golf Club, Brunswick Maine.

The event is looking forward to welcoming amputees and friends from around the US and Canada.

The Gorham Savings Bank Maine Amputee Open is a 36 Hole Stroke play event run by the Amputee Association of Maine. The event is a ranking event for WR4GD and the USAGA.

We are a tournament for amputees and able-bodied golfers with an overall champion and able bodied and amputee winners. We hope that golfers from away will use the Scramble to play Brunswick prior to the Maine Amputee Open.

For our friends in Maine, the scramble is an easy, convenient way to support the Amputee Association of Maine while having fun with friends, clients and co-workers.

In conjunction with the tournament, the Amputee Association of Maine and Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation are once again sponsoring a free Adaptive Golf Clinic from 1 – 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 12 at Brunswick GC. Register at www.maineadaptive.org

Register at www.maineadaptive.org Maine in July is spectacular, and the greater Portland/ Mid Coast area combines the rocky coast with woods and mountains along with world-class restaurants in one of the most livable areas on the east coast.

Maine in July is spectacular, and the greater Portland/ Mid Coast area combines the rocky coast with woods and mountains along with world-class restaurants in one of the most livable areas on the east coast. We hope you will arrive in Maine to spend some time before the tournament or stay and visit after.

One important thing to consider is that Maine is a very popular place in the summer, and you will want to make your lodging plans early. There are a variety of hotels, motels and B&B’s within 30 minutes of the Brunswick Golf Club in both urban and small-town settings.

Portland is a 25-minute drive while Freeport is only 15 minutes from the club.

Contact John Lemieux directly at jlemieux@antonlemieux.com with any questions.

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