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These players come with a wide variety of challenges. We must be prepared with ideas for each different issue. Not unlike players without adaptive needs we must assess them and work with their strengths.

I was teaching a gentleman with CP a few years back. When he used both hands to grip the club he struggled to hold on, however when he went to gripping only with his less affected arm he could control the club, and was much more successful.

We all have challenges, some more complicated than others. As an instructor I see golf as a game most can participate in and with proper coaching can get great joy from.