Adaptive Sports Program

HFSC Ivan Lendl Golf Classic

It’s a Hole-In-One Fore Adaptive Sports!

We believe that people living with disabilities should have every opportunity to pursue their dreams. You can help get them there.

May 18, 2020 POSTPONED:
August 17, 2020

NEW DATE: August 31, 2020

Tournament Day Information

TPC River Highlands
1 Golf Club Rd
Cromwell, CT 06416

The TPC River Highlands’ championship golf course hosts the PGA TOUR’s Travelers Championship, which was announced as the PGA TOUR’s 2018 Player’s Choice Award winner for the second consecutive year and was honored as the 2017 Tournament of the Year. The course is situated on a bluff overlooking the Connecticut River and is ranked in the Top 10 Courses in the State by Connecticut Golfer Online.

Honorary Chair

Jonathan Slifka


Bob Maxon, NBC Connecticut


Our modified tournament schedule will keep you safe – and still let you enjoy the best course in Connecticut!

Thank you to our Titanium and Platinum Sponsors


Kaestle Boos


If you have sponsorship inquiries, or have any other questions please contact:

Linda Glovna

Thank you for a sold-out 2019 Golf Classic!

Thank you for participating in the Hospital for Special Care Ivan Lendl 2019 Golf Classic! With your help we can allow children living with disabilities to have the opportunity to pursue their dreams.

Your generous support makes the Ivan Lendl Adaptive Sports Camp possible. At camp, children living with physical disabilities participate in a variety of adaptive sports, bringing them friendships, independence and the confidence to reach levels they never thought possible. Thank you for participating!

Together you set a new record, raising more than $175,000 gross revenue to support competitive athletic programs for children, adolescents and adults with physical disabilities! “The adaptive sports program has allowed me to change how I view myself and my disability,” said Adaptive Sports athlete David, addressing guests over dinner. “I felt accepted and like I was more than just David in the wheelchair. All kids want to be around others who are like them and all kids need a sense of community. The hospital’s adaptive sports program gave me just that – and continues to do so. ” David received a standing ovation – a first in the brand new TPC River Highlands facility.

Take a look at your foursome and candid photos from the 2019 tournament!

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