Golfer crossing country raising money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation stops in Tulsa

Man crossing country raising money for juvenile diabetes research stops in Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — QUICK FACTS:

  • Pete Crozier decided for his 50th birthday to play 50 golf courses in 50 states in 50 days.
  • Wednesday was day ten, and he played at Stone Creek in Tulsa.
  • Crozier's father died of a stroke as a complication from Type II Diabetes, and then his four-year-old son was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes.
  • Crozier said his dad used to golf with him all of the time before he died.
  • Pete will finish his 50th day on the final fairway which will be the course his father learned to play on in Massachusetts.
  • His goal was to raise $50,000 for JDRF, and this is only day ten and he's already more than halfway there.
  • To donate go to https://fiftyforfather.com/donate

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