the LPGA Fan Van on 2nd Avenue

Golf Tips and Other Fun on May 18 as LPGA Fan Van Visits The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary

New York, NY (May 2004) -- Even if you couldn't get to the 2004 Sybase Classic in Wykagyl, the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and excitement of this national event made a stop at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary.

As part of our being the official charity of the golf tournament, the LPGA "Fan Van" was on Second Avenue between 14th and 13th Streets on Tuesday, May 18th. Employees and visitors received golf tips from LPGA teaching professionals, participated in a putting contest, were able to view product demonstrations/displays, receive free gifts, and conveniently buy tickets.

To read more about the Sybase Classic, click here.

Photos from the Event

Joseph Walsh, MD, Alexandra O'Connell, and New York Eye and Ear Infirmary CEO Joseph Corcoran

A passerby stops to find out about the putting contest taking place on the street.

Joseph Walsh, MD (left) with New York Eye and Ear Infirmary CEO Joseph Corcoran (right) and Development Associate, Alexandra O'Connell (center).

A passerby stops to find out about the putting contest taking place on the street.

NYEE employees William Santos (Security), Glorimel Casambre (Volunteer Services), and David Intrabartolo (Human Resources).

Dr. Walsh takes a swing at the putting contest, as Mr. Corcoran looks on.

NYEE employees William Santos (Security), Glorimel Casambre (Volunteer Services), and David Intrabartolo (Human Resources).

Dr. Walsh takes a swing at the putting contest, as Mr. Corcoran looks on.

Alexandra O'Connell sits in front of the LPGA Fan Van, which also serves as a dynamic billboard.

 

Alexandra O'Connell sits in front of the LPGA Fan Van, which also serves as a dynamic billboard.

 

 

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