Good Shepherd To Hold Golf Clinic for People with Disabilities

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network will hold its Annual Learn-To-Golf Clinic for people with disabilities on Friday, May 2, at Wedgewood Golf Course, 4875 Limeport Pike, Coopersburg,  Pennsylvania. The clinic will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is being coordinated by Good Shepherd in conjunction with the National Amputee Golf Association (NAGA).

This free program provides instruction for individuals with disabilities on the basics of golf and teaches therapists and golf professionals how to instruct people in adaptive golf techniques. Special equipment for people with disabilities, such as golf clubs and adaptive devices, also will be on display.

The instructional staff includes Bob Buck of Bethlehem, executive director of the Eastern Amputee Golf Association, Bill Lee of Nazareth, PGA professional, Tom Wilson of Emmaus, Wedgewood Golf Course, USGTA, and Adam Benza of Hellertown, 2012 Eastern Regional Amputee Champion who attended Penn State’s Professional Golf Management School.


Emily Eider