Recently, 11 College of Golf & Sport Management students and one graduate volunteered their time to work at the Disney World Magnolia Golf Course in Orlando to support the 2014 Florida Special Olympics State Golf Tournament. The following students worked as Starters/Announcers, Stagers, Organizers, Caddies, Partners, and Rules Officials during the event: Duane Medlin, Neftali Rivera, Tyler Foley, Kyle Redinger, Justin Legel, Graham Shearer, Robert Tyrol, Ben Anderson, Fred Dancer, Doug Marshall, Christian Leonard, and COG graduate Bradley Neihart. Play commenced Friday at noon for 300 participants from all over the state of Florida – 200 Special Olympics athletes, 80 coaches, 200 volunteers, 30 delegates, and 50 family members. Athletes competed in all five levels of Special Olympics golf. Golf Medal winners in each of the Levels and Divisions will qualify for limited spots in the next Special Olympics National Invitational Golf Tournament. Dinner and Opening Ceremonies were held on Friday evening at 6:30pm following competition, and the Awards Presentation was conducted at the completion of each level of play on Saturday afternoon/evening. Dr. Eric Wilson, Executive Director of Golf Operations for Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management and Chairman of the Special Olympics Golf Committee for North America coordinated the student volunteer activities with Akin Joseph, Special Olympics Florida Senior Director of Sport Training and Competition.