Judy Alvarez (second from right) at a recent women's clinic. Courtesy Judy Alvarez
In the PGA of America’s extensive work serving veterans and people with disabilities, few individuals have displayed more determination than Judy Alvarez.
Alvarez, who splits her time as the head professional at busy 27-hole Sunken Meadow Golf Course in Kings Park, New York, and as the director of instruction at Monarch Country Club in Palm City, Florida, has spent much of the past three decades building a legacy as a friend and instructor to wounded warriors.
The evidence of her tireless work is everywhere. Alvarez has established six PGA HOPE programs in the South Florida Section that have impacted more than 500 veterans; she leads a free weekly golf clinic for local military organizations; and since 2007, she has spearheaded the PGA’s efforts as a trainer of the ...
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