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The Prize

Here’s your chance to win tournament worn shoes signed by Michelle Wie West, who was the youngest player ever to qualify for a USGA amateur championship – at the age of 10! Wie also became the youngest winner of the US Women’s Amateur Public Links and youngest to qualify for an LPGA Tour event. Turning pro shortly before her 16th birthday, Michelle won her first major at the 2014 US Women’s Open.
Take home a piece of golf history, while helping others at the same time. Net proceeds from this auction help Walking With Anthony provide rehabilitation, care giving, special equipment and emergency funds directly to individuals and families impacted by Spinal Cord Injuries.

The Cause

Walking With Anthony believes that everyone with a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) should have equal access to life-altering medical care. We provide direct and immediate assistance to individuals and families through our granting programs.

Although proven therapies and solutions for those with SCI are already in existence, they are largely unavailable to the average person. The cost to get just one person out of a wheelchair is exorbitant, and insurance doesn’t cover it. We are here to change that. Our focus: RECOVERY through REHAB.

With your help, our heroes with SCI can get through the hopeless despair and get financial assistance for the treatment they desperately need. Much hard work lies ahead for families affected by SCI. With your help, our heroes can get stronger, live healthier, and have the opportunity to walk again. Let's take these first steps… together.

Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
  • This item will be shipping from the United States. Shipments outside the U.S. are subject to additional shipping, customs fees and potentially others taxes that are the full responsibility of the winning bidder. These additional costs are not able to be calculated in their entirety.
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