Pryce Holcombe of Florence, Alabama, has been involved with Special Olympics for 17 years, starting with golf skills in Illinois at the age of 8. In Alabama, Pryce trained and competed in athletics and golf. Pryce will represent Special Olympics USA competing with his father, Les, his Unified partner, in golf. He and his father competed in the 2019 Special Olympics North America Golf Championship in Tennessee and in the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games.
Pryce is involved with the Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine and had the experience of personally meeting Tebow. He attended the University of North Alabama as part of the first Lion Buddies program class, a Collaborative Special Education program for students with intellectual disabilities. After graduation, Pryce is now employed part-time at Foodland, a grocery store chain.
Pryce is excited to, yet again, share the course with his father at the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023.