Success Stories

and a bit of history ...

 

Back in 1989, Nan Wolbert, a registered nurse, sustained a severe head injury in an automobile accident.  Looking for a recreational activity to improve her concentration and balance that she would also enjoy with her husband, she elected to give golf a try.  In the process, Nan discovered that the experience offered a renewed sense of self-confidence in life.  And the fun, friendship and improved self-esteem she found on the practice green carried over into her non golf-related activities.  Due to her success with golf as therapy, Nan decided to offer lessons to others with disabilities!  Hence, Golf 4 The Disabled was born!

 

 

 

Golf 4 The Disabled

"Golf 4 The Disabled is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission of improving the lives of people with disabilities through the game of golf. The core of our program is teaching golf to people with disabilities and raising money for that purpose."

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Regan Linton, 2011

  • "I honestly never expected to find such joy in such a simple activity, but between the game and the lovely volunteers and participants I’ve men, my morning sessions with Golf 4 Fun have become like a spiritual exercise that I can’t bear to miss.  (And, it doesn’t hurt that my game has improved to the point where I actually DO get an occasional birdie

 

Percy Fry

  • “Golf 4 Fun was fun for several reasons.  I received excellent instruction and was able to use the special golf cart.  I enjoyed the volunteers who added pleasure and humor to the experience.  Thank you all!”

 

Mary Frances Carroll

  • “Golf 4 Fun gives me the freedom to express myself that may not be shown or seen. It gives an individual independence and self-assurance as well as self-respect. These attributes are essential in leading a complete and happy life.”

 

Sondra Pappas

  • “I want to tell you how much Golf 4 Fun has meant to Peter.  It has given him such a joy and sense of accomplishment and fulfillment to see what he is capable of doing against all odds.  What a wonderful opportunity your organization provides people—to  challenge themselves in the most caring and supportive environment.”

 

 

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