Clinics Can Help close to heart of Quigley

Dana Quigley prepares for this year's Clinics Can Help Golf Classic.

Golfer Dana Quigley was known as the "Iron Man of the Champions Tour", but he stopped teeing it up professionally, after his son Devon was paralyzed in a car accident in 2011.

Quigley still plays as a member at Bear Lakes Country Club in West Palm Beach, and now he leads a charity golf tournament - to help get the word out about a group that helped his family in a time of need.

Friday he'll host the fourth annual Clinics Can Help Golf Classic at Madison Green Country Club in Royal Palm Beach.

Clinics Can Help is a non-profit, that helps Palm Beach Country residents who need and can't afford hospital equipment in their home.

Former hospice nurse Owen O'Neill started Clinics Can Help out of his closet 12 years ago to help everyone from young children with special needs, to older citizens.

In October, Clinics Can Help moved into a new facility in West Palm Beach, and as O'Neill showed us, he had no problem filling it with donated hospital equipment

You can help Clinics Can Help, by being a part of the golf classic this Friday at 1pm at Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach. To find out more information go to Also go to the website if you have something to donate, or need the help that Clinics Can Help can provide.