“Beat the Pro” with Retired Professional Golfer Carling Nolan; Still Room for Foursomes

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The 2nd Annual Tee Up for Diabetes Golf Tournament, presented by Georgia Natural Gas, is only two weeks away and we’re excited to have retired professional golfer, Carling Nolan, in town to support this event. Hosted by Jim Winchester and co-chaired by Jeff Brown and John Kampfe, teams will enjoy a breakfast buffet, cart lunch, 18 holes of golf, silent auction, raffle & a post-tournament celebration. But the biggest thrill of the day will come for the players who are brave enough to challenge Carling!

Think you have what it takes to beat Carling? Get your foursome together and register now for Tee Up for Diabetes on Monday, June 13th at the prestigious Peachtree Golf Club. For more information, please contact Brett Mangum at bmangum@jdrf.org.

About Carling Nolan
Carling Nolan is a retired professional golfer and golf TV host, and has had type 1 diabetes for 26 years. After graduating from The Ohio State University, she became a professional golfer in 2008. Carling won Golf Channel’s Big Break reality TV show in 2010, and then went on to play on the LPGA, Symetra, and Ladies European Tour for 6 years. In 2012, she became the co-host and executive producer of Fox Sport’s Emmy nominated show 18 Holes with Jimmy Hanlin. Carling now works as the Outreach Manager at JDRF Western Pennsylvania Chapter, helping to find a cure and motivating others with type 1 to follow their dreams.