Golf, adaptive – Eagle Lake Golf Course, Plymouth
Spend some time outdoors this summer taking in the views of a beautiful golf course while brushing up your skills and getting exercise. Golf is a sport you can play at any age or ability level, and enjoy with friends and family. The Courage Kenny adaptive golf program offers many options for those interested in the sport of golf. This program is designed to accommodate those who are interested in learning to play golf as well as those who want to return to the game of golf after the onset of a disability.
Join us for a FREE clinic offering at this location - Patrice Cooper First Swing Adaptive Golf Clinic
Adaptive Golf offered at these additional locations:
What it is
With the help of our course staff, volunteers and adaptive golf professionals, you can learn the sport or improve your golf game through lessons and regular play. Equipment can be provided if needed.
Who it is for
This program is for individuals with a physical disability. Family and friends of participants are encouraged to attend and play with the registered golfer. People who have amputations, arthritis, strokes, polio, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities are welcome to join.
Good to know
Multiple class dates and times offered at Eagle Lake Golf Course.
To share your love of golf with our program in the Twin Cities, contact Khara.Hesse@allina.com, 612-775-2724.
Volunteers do not need to have knowledge of golf. Just a willingness to support others.
For information and to register
See registration link for fee information.
No participant will be turned away due to financial hardships. Cost sharing and scholarships are available. Contact CKRIsportsrecreation@allina.com for more information.
What to bring
Bring your own water to help with hydration. Golf clubs are provided, if needed.