2011 U.S. Deaf Golf Championships – Day Four

The Golf Club at Yankee Trace has been selected as the championship course for the 2011 United States Deaf Golf Championships to be held on July 12-15, 2011. The club is a premier upscale public golf course in southwestern Ohio. It features 18-Hole championship golf course and a 9-hole Vintage courses, along with a 32,000 square foot clubhouse, a complete practice facility, and friendly and professional staff. Yankee Trace Golf Club has been awarded the “Best Public Golf Course in Dayton and in Miami Valley” for five consecutive years. The course hosted the Nationwide Tour’s Dayton Open from 1999 to 2003.


  • Great video, Jed! I was there on the 15th shooting over 300 pictures including Banquet and awards. Check it out my photo albums in Facebook.

  • Great coverage! Nice jobs for your “Through Jed’s eyes” story. Encourage youth to chase the dream. Looking forward to WDGC coverage. Keep dreams and goals going…

  • Great video! Jed, can you contact me about playing golf course at Stonewall Golf Club on Lake Manassas with experience this challenging Tom Jackson-designed, 18-hole championship golf course over 7,000 yards thatÂ’s filled with history and excitement included golf cart with GPS. Ping me when you are available. Keep in touch, Jason Ingraham

  • Hello Jed, I really very impressive that you have a wonderful show & demo what they have many inventing designed and creative golf things and new productions. Wow. I really enjoyed to watch your videos. It’s remarkable. Hope all Deaf golfer love it as a Demo Day. Good day, Curtis D.