Carmel Valley resident Jon Richards named to charity golf tournament committee

Carmel Valley resident Jon Richards has been named as a member of the charity golf tournament committee for the local nonprofit Adaptive Sports and Recreation Association (ASRA). Richards has been working with the special needs population for 15 years and has been the executive director for the nonprofit since 2010.

“Our organization serves hundreds of permanently physically disabled people in San Diego year-round. This tournament is designed to continue our mission of providing new and fun sports programs for our athletes,” said Richards.

The tournament is scheduled for Nov. 6 at the Country Club of Rancho Bernardo. The tournament costs $150 per single player and $550 per foursome. Check-in begins at noon with a 1 p.m. tee time, in shotgun format.

For more information on ASRA or to register for the upcoming charity golf tournament, please visit

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