DJ Gregory In The Media

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Savannah native D.J. Gregory gives big gift to Center for Autism

SAVANNAH, Ga.  (WJCL)  Back in 2008, Savannah native D.J. Gregory had a dream.  He wanted to walk every single hole of every tournament on the PGA Tour. It was a daunting task for Gregory, who was born with cerebral palsy, but he accomplished his goal.  Gregory would log nearly 1,000 miles on courses around the…

Walking for Kids: Foundation Presents $15,000 to The First Tee of the Sandhills

On a spring day in Greensboro, a 12-year-old D.J. Gregory had a chance encounter with Ken Venturi at the Greater Greensboro Open.

Overcoming obstacles: Golf 'legend' brings his story, and a check, to Denver

Sometimes fate just has a way of pushing people together.

2014 Honda Classic - D.J. Gregory inspires PGA Golfers by walking the walk

Story by John Evenson CBS 12 NEWSPALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - He's a staple on the PGA tour, but he's

VIDEO: Man Walks The Course For A Good Cause

WPTV News feature on walking for kids. Jay Cashmere reports.

Video: Organization Helps PGA Tour Pros Support Kids' Charities

Organization Helps PGA Tour Professionals Support Kids' Charities

Video: Dedicated Golf Fan Walks All PGA Tour Stops

Dedicated golf fan D.J. Gregory walks all 18-holes of every PGA Tour stop even though doctors said he'd have to spend life in a wheelchair due to Cerebral palsy.

How Cerebral Palsy Works

Generally, cerebral palsy is diagnosed by the time a child is 2 or 3 years old. Doctors perform a detailed physical examination and look for certain signs. For example...

Children's Miracle Network Classic presented by Wal-Mart - Round Three

Gregory has been walking every hole on every tournament day this year. His final walk will occur on Sunday as he walks......