September 5, 2023
For the second year in a row, Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is proud to be the orthopedic partner of the LPGA Queen City Championship taking place on September 6-10, 2023 at the Kenwood Country Club in Cincinnati.
“Beacon is super excited to be a part of the LPGA tournament and for the chance to offer female high school athletes the opportunity to meet and engage professional athletes,” said Beacon’s Tim Kremchek, MD, a Kenwood Country Club member. “It is a real honor to be a part of this tournament and to give back to student athletes, especially those who play golf.”
This event brings together many of the LPGA tour’s best, playing on a beautiful local course. In addition, young female amateur athletes from across Greater Cincinnati will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interact with the finest women golfers in the world. “High school students don’t often get the chance to meet, talk to and learn from pro athletes,” Dr. Kremchek continued. “These pro golfers are tremendous role models who can teach the students a great deal about not just golf but also the commitment it takes to join and play on the professional tour and achieve success in life.”
More than 60 million people play golf worldwide. Some statistics show that more than a third of all amateur golfers get injured annually when hitting the links. So, whether you are a scratch golfer or use your “mulligans” early and often, if you rank among those injured, make an appointment to see one of the professionals at Beacon to get back to good health and the game you love.
During the LPGA Queen City Championship, Beacon will have an onsite booth sharing information and giveaways with the more than 50,000 spectators expected to enjoy the event. In addition, our Beacon team will host a Girls High School Clinic on Saturday September 9th from 3:30-4:30 pm.