Todd Ramsey

I am middle school science teacher and tennis coach living in Lynchburg, VA. I have a wife and son that indulge my passion for golf at just about every moment. I am hiking this year for my late grandfather who passed away on May 3rd of this year. He was unable to play golf in his retirement due to multiple sclerosis. Many people have their dream foursome, but I just would have liked to play one hole with him.

I'm supporting

National MS Society

The National MS Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about Multiple Sclerosis now—to move together toward a world free of multiple sclerosis. The Society helps people affected by MS by funding cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education, and providing programs and services that help people with MS and their families move their lives forward.

Golfer Blog


509. That is a big number. What's even bigger, the amount of money these 509 strokes raised for the National MS Society. Over $3,000. If we do a little math that's nearly $6 for every stroke.

In the News

I was fortunate enough in a last ditch effort to increase my fundraising by being interviewed by one of the local news stations.

3 Days Out

I cannot believe that my hike is almost here (3 days away). I can honestly say that I am an equal mixture of excited and terrified.

Two Weeks to Go!

In my "training" for my 100 holes on June 19th, I played 27 holes on Monday. What a great day! First I shoot my first ever sub-40 nine holes, then my captain's choice team wins later in the day.

Swing Thought

When I play golf, I tend to only have one swing thought; "keep my weight on my front foot." It doesn't matter if I'm hitting a drive or a pitch, weight on my front foot almost always brings good r

Pensive Play

I am a week into this endeavor, so of course that means I pick up a cold (sniffles and all).

Let's Get Started

My school year is quickly coming to a close and that means that the golf course shouts even louder. I have been able to get in a few nine-hole rounds since my grandfather passed away.