Froggy's Drive For Research Charity Golf Tournament!
Benefitting The Brain Aneurysm Foundation.
Monday, November 15th, 2021 at The Palencia Club located at 600 Palencia Club Dr, St. Augustine FL, 32095
11 a.m shotgun start
$300 per golfer, $1000 per foursome, $1,500 to sponsor a hole.
Thanks to iHeartMEDIA,
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Froggy has been a part of the syndicated radio show, Elvis Duran and The Morning Show since 2006 which is currently on many Florida stations including 97.9 KISS FM in Jacksonville, 95.1 KISS FM in Melbourne and 107.1 KISS FM in Tallahassee. You can also hear him on 99.1 WQIK in Jacksonville during the weekends!
Froggy is married to a beautiful woman named Lisa and has a step-daughter, Danielle and a son, Caden. More than anything I love being a husband and a father! During his free time, Froggy enjoys NFL and college football and is a huge Florida Gators and Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan, and of course golf! He also hosts the Playing Through Podcast about golf for iHeartRadio.
In 2010, Froggy was diagnosed with a rare, chronic disease called Acromegaly which he continues to live with today. In 2020 he developed a brain aneurysm and had surgery to have it clipped. Froggy does all he can to advocate for acromegaly and brain aneurysms throughout the year.
ABOUT THE BRAIN ANEURSYM FOUNDATION:
The Brain Aneurysm Foundation was established in Boston in 1994 as a public charity. The foundation developed from a close relationship between patients and healthcare professionals who identified the need for comprehensive information and support for brain aneurysm patients, their families, and the medical community. The Brain Aneurysm Foundation is now the globally recognized leader in brain aneurysm awareness, education, support, advocacy, and research funding.
Their mission is to provide information about and raise awareness of the symptoms and risk factors of brain aneurysms to prevent ruptures and subsequent death and disability. To work with medical communities to provide support networks for patients and families and advance research to improve patients’ outcomes and save lives.
STATS AND FACTS:
• An estimated 6.5 million people in the United States have an un-ruptured brain aneurysm, or 1 in 50 people.
• About 30,000 people in the United States suffer a brain aneurysm rupture each year.
• Ruptured brain aneurysms are fatal in about 50% of cases.
• A brain aneurysm ruptures every 18 minutes.
• Women are more likely than men to have a brain aneurysm (3:2 ratio).
• Brain aneurysms are most prevalent in people ages 35 to 60 but can occur in children as well.
• African-Americans and Hispanics are about twice as likely to have a brain aneurysm rupture compared to whites.
• There are almost 500,000 deaths worldwide each year caused by brain aneurysms.
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