SUU Community at the Go and the Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games have partnered to convey golfing again in 2018 with a event for all ability ranges. Limited area may be to be had for individuals who wish to build up their possibilities at a gold medal in a golfing health facility to be held at Cedar Ridge Golf path towards the scenic purple rock mountains.

Professional Byron Casper, son of Professional Golfers Association legend Billy Casper, is teaching a health facility in Cedar City on June 15, and can function host to the Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games golfing event.

Byron started his profession in the golfing international as a teen whilst serving as a caddy at the SPGA (now Champions Tour) and PGA Tours. He then attended the Golf Academy of America (San Diego) and Southwestern College, and moved directly to paintings for Carbite Golf because the Senior PGA Tour Representative, then because the Player Liaison for the International Golf Tour and the International PGA.

In the 90s, Byron moved to Scotland and served because the Head Club Fitter and Teaching Professional for Heritage Golf of St. Andrews after which the St. Andrews Golf Company, each producers of golfing apparatus. Byron moved again to Utah in 2007 and used to be the primary golfing skilled with GolfTEC Utah. During this time he become a Certified Coach and Master Club Fitter for all primary golfing manufacturers.

“I have been fortunate to have had many unique life experiences due to my father,” Casper stated. “My strategy in teaching is simple — helping my students to understand their own swings and making them the best golfer they can be with the minimum amount of changes to their game.”

The Byron Casper Putt, Chip and Swing Clinic will happen on June 15 from Eight-10 a.m. The Cost is $40 in line with particular person. For extra details about the Byron Casper Putt, Chip and Swing health facility, talk over with suu.edu/sensible, e mail bewise@suu.edu or name 435-865-8529.

Findlay Subaru ‘Shares the Love’ with Southwest Wildlife Foundation

Findlay Subaru St. George is inviting the group to sign up for them as they have fun the Southwest Wildlife Foundation’s founder, Martin Tyner, in his 50th 12 months of carrier on April 20 at 10 a.m. on the Findlay Subaru St. George dealership. Proceeds from the national Subaru Share the Love program can be donated.

The Share the Love program allowed shoppers the way to donate a portion in their acquire to a collection of charities, or a “hometown charity,” which used to be designated for 2017 because the Southwest Wildlife Foundation. Findlay Subaru St. George will donate a complete of $nine,707.91 to assist strengthen Tyner’s flora and fauna rescue and flora and fauna tutorial outreach techniques. Call, textual content or e mail Susan Tyner at 435-590-4790 or styner@qwestoffice.internet for info. 

SUU bringing swing dance to lifestyles

Southern Utah University is bringing swing dancing to lifestyles with a night of dance classes and jazz tune. The Spring Swing Thing will hit the dance flooring April 23 on the Gilbert Great Hall positioned in the Hunter Conference Center. Dance classes can be supplied at 7 p.m. through SUU Provost, James Sage, and his wonderful spouse, Toni Sage, who works because the Director of Student Success. The live performance and dance will start at 7:30 p.m. Semi-formal get dressed is inspired. This tournament is loose and open to the general public.

Dr. Adam Lambert, Director of Bands at SUU, stated: “This is something new for our campus and community…a night of swing dancing. The Jazz Ensemble has been preparing 60+ tunes for the event. It’s going to be a blast!”

“We have been teaching dance lessons for SUU employees for the last four years and just recently were able to expand to community members through the new SUU Community Education program,” stated Toni Sage. “With this event, we are hoping to gauge the community’s interest in participating in a more formal dinner and dance club. We were part of one in our prior community that had been around since 1928. We found it was a good way to meet new people, learn a new dance step or two, and enjoy an elegant evening of music performed by talented musicians. It was a wonderful date night.”

For additional info, talk over with suu.edu/pva/tune.

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