Returning To Golf Following An Amputation? How Can You Adapt?
If you've recently suffered an injury that has left you with a partially amputated limb, you may assume that your golfing days are long behind you as you relearn basic tasks. However, losing a limb doesn't mean giving up the game for good -- in fact, the National Amputee Golf Association (NAGA) boasts more than 2,500 amputee golfer members worldwide, many of whom take part in regional or national tournaments. You may need to make some modifications to your clubs, as well as invest in some new assistive equipment, but rejoining the golf world could be a goal within reach.