Golf event supports those suffering from spinal cord injuries

The HeadNorth Golf Invitational was held at The Crosby in Rancho Santa Fe on June 14. The event featured a golf tournament, dinner and auction. The HeadNorth Foundation was founded in 2006 by Eric Northbrook and is committed to supporting individuals and families affected by spinal cord injuries. After a motorcycle accident severed his spinal cord almost three years ago, Northbrook became a champion in the effort to cure paralysis.

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