The Ridgeview Alumni Charitable Corporation’s 2021 Golf Tournament


Does your team have what it takes to play with the pros?
Join former NFL players for a day of friendly competition and fun!

The Ridgeview Charitable Corporation has been assisting those in need of Mental Health / Addiction treatment, education, medication, and housing.
All proceeds will help continue to make recovery accessible for everyone.



Ridgeview Institute Smyrna is proud to support the Ridgeview Alumni Charitable Corporation. We have helped those in need of Inpatient, Outpatient, and Recovery Residence Programs for both mental Health and Addiction for over 40yrs.




9:00am Registration
10:00 am Shotgun start

Registration includes a light breakfast, a round of golf, range, balls, snacks, soft drinks, and water.
Lunch will be provided after the round.

$380 per team and $95 per person
Cooperate packages available, call for details.

Prizes awarded to top three teams for…
Closest to pin
Longest drive

$1,000.00 in raffle prizes
Silent auction

*All Registrations and sponsorships are tax-deductible




The Gold sponsor receives tournament entry for a four-person team, a hole sponsorship and four Supertickets. The Supertickets include four mulligans, a free hybrid club or wedge, a chance to win a three-day vacation and entry into a drawing for the chance to win a $25,000 shootout following the tournament. The sponsor also receives their company logo on all flyers and tournament documents and recognition in the RVAA semi-annual publication “The View”. That publication reaches about 4,000 addresses across the USA. The Gold sponsor may also hang a company banner on the clubhouse, and will receive verbal recognition during pre-tournament announcements.

SILVER – $700
The Silver sponsor receives entry for a four-person team, a hole sponsorship, banner for clubhouse and verbal recognition.

BRONZE – $350
The Bronze sponsor receives a hole sponsorship, banner for clubhouse and verbal recognition.

Company name and logo will appear on a sign at one of the 18 tee boxes.



Stan Dixon (404-210-1740) or
Eddie Chinal (470-606-2071)



Mental Health Takes Gold at Tokyo Olympics

Standing on the podium, the national anthem playing, your country’s flag being lifted and a shiny medal hanging around your neck. That is the traditional “gold medal moment” every four years at the Olympic games. However, much like the year 2020 as a whole, this Olympic games had a different moment.

United States Gymnast Simone Biles is widely considered the best in the world and potentially the greatest of all-time. After a successful 2016 Olympic Games and World Championship campaign, Biles was expected to climb the podium multiple times during the 2020 Olympic games. Instead, she shined the spotlight on something far more important than a medal: mental health.

Biles unexpectedly pulled out of four individual finals events (all-around, vault, uneven bars and floor) because of a disorienting condition known to gymnasts as “the twisties”. This condition affects an athlete’s ability to control their body while in the air as their mind and body are not in sync.

Gymnastics Coach Cecile Canqueteau-Landi said that Biles is “first [athlete] at a meet at the biggest stage, to say ‘I’m not okay’”. Landi added that she would not have had the guts to say, ‘I’m not okay’.

“I don’t think I would have [imagined], no. I never would have imagined someone saying it, but I know I would have not said a word. I would have just pretended to be okay, and keep going and probably not end well.”

Coach Cecile Canqueteau-Landi

Biles’ courage drew applause from around the world and started a conversation on mental health in sports.

Naomi Osaka, a Japanese Tennis Player, withdrew from the French Open for mental health reasons and went on to lite the torch at the Tokyo Olympic Games. She later graced the cover of TIME magazine titled It’s OK to not be OK as she too opened up the door for a conversation on mental health.

“I say put your mental health first,” Biles said. “Because if you don’t, you’re not going to enjoy your sport and you’re not going to succeed as much as you want to.”

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We are in-network with most insurance companies.

Come in today for a free assessment, 24/7, at
3995 South Cobb Dr
Smyrna, GA 30080

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