The Ohio Lawmen – Annual Golf Outing

Elk & Elk is a proud sponsor of the Ohio Lawmen, a nationally ranked police softball team that competes in safety force softball tournaments throughout the country. The team has played in the Police Softball World Series four times and won numerous championship titles. Off the field, the Lawmen give back to the community by hosting fundraisers throughout the year. On September 6, the Lawmen won the 2014 USSSA Corporate World Tournament in the Slow-Pitch Men’s Corporate A Division.

"The Ohio Lawmen will continue to grow and move in a positive direction," says Team Manager, Brady Borowy. "We will always make Ohio proud and hopefully brighten the day for those that have lost someone special."

Ohio Lawmen 2014 Golf Outing

Golf ‘fore’ a good cause

Grab your clubs and hit the links at the Ohio Lawmen’s Annual Golf Outing, held in conjunction with the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team.

Ohio Lawmen 2014 Golf Outing
Sunday, September 28; 9:00 a.m. Shot-Gun Start
Coppertop at Cherokee Hills Golf Course, 5740 Center Rd., Valley City, Ohio 44280
Call 216-374-8528 for tickets and more information.

About the Ohio Lawmen

Ohio Lawmen is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports law enforcement officers who participate in police-related athletic and charitable events. These events provide officers with the opportunity to take a break away from their everyday work-related stresses and participate in some worthy and positive events. These events help raise awareness, generate funds and retain memories of those special law enforcement officers or families, who are often forgotten as time passes. For more information, or to donate to the Ohio Lawmen charity, contact the team at [email protected]. You can also make donations through

About the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team

The Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team represents some of our nation’s bravest and most determined heroes, soldiers and veterans. These young extremely athletic men have sustained severe injuries resulting in amputation while serving in the military/war, and through extensive rehabilitation, they have become competitive athletes again. Their armor now includes prosthetic legs and arms, along with extreme perseverance and attitude. Visit to learn more.