Muscles for Romito

PDGA logoSaturday, August 18, 2018 at Adams Hollow in Brighton, Colorado
C-tier · PDGA sanctioned singles tournament


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Tournament DirectorRuss Birdsall
Assistant DirectorRay Woodruff
Tournament DirectorJosh Kreutzer

About this tournament

Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy (DMD) is an inherited muscle wasting disease characterized by progressive muscle weakness. This muscle weakness occurs when an affected child’s muscle tissue is unable to produce a structural protein called dystrophin. Without this vital protein, muscles suffer significant damage and eventually die.

The progression of DMD causes orthopedic complications, respiratory failure, and heart failure. Boys with DMD are diagnosed in early childhood and are confined to a wheelchair by early adolescence. Because there is no cure for DMD, the life expectancy for a diagnosed child is the late twenties.

The mission of the Romito Foundation is to improve the treatment and quality of life for all persons living with Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy. We will aid current and future medical research and support established non-profit organizations with like interests.

Thank you for participating in the first annual Muscles for Romito tournament. All proceeds go directly to the foundation to give these boys an opportunity to participate in activities that most of us take for granted.

Open and advanced divisions play 2 rounds, Rec divisions play 1 round in the morning.
Trophy only event.

Refund policy

If you can't make it to the tournament Birdsall Chiropractic Hand & Foot Clinic / Romito Foundation is responsible for all refunds/cancelations. If you don't want a refund and would like to donate your entry fee to the Romito Foundation please let us know.