Tue, 10 Oct|
FREE BEGINNERS GOLF TUITION
Join the Sport Parkinson's golf community for two hours of FREE beginner's golf tuition with a PGA Pro @ The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield
Time & Location
10 Oct 2023, 14:00 – 11 Oct 2023, 16:00
The Belfry, Lichfield Rd, The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield B76 9PR, UK
About The Event
Do you have Parkinson's Disease and are you interested in playing golf? Or, are you a partner, friend or family member of someone with Parkinson's and would like to join them on the golf course but need to grasp the basics?
If this is you, then why not come and join our friendly & supportive golf community and give the game of golf a try!
Find your way to play and take part in two hours of FREE beginner's golf tuition with a PGA Pro at The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, in their start-of-the-art Golf Academy on Tuesday 10th October 2023.
There are many plus sides to golf for people with Parkinson's and their family & friends.
-It's a great form of exercise
-It's a great way to meet new people and have a shared experience
-It's a great way to socialise whilst keeping healthy, fit & strong
-It builds confidence, strength, balance & agility
Places are limited, so please register your interest to take part or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcoming as many new people from the Parkinson's community to The Belfry on Tuesday 10th October for what promises to be a great golfing experience.
Also taking place at The Belfry on Tuesday 10th October is the Sport Parkinson's Four Nations Golf Tournament 2023 - experienced golfers with Parkinson's representing their country for the trophy! Ireland are the defending Champions - but each nation is hungry for the title! It's a day not to be missed. Spectators encouraged to walk the course with our nations teams.
If you would like to make a donation to Sport Parkinson's please click the donate button below & thank you for your continued support!
Join The Fun
"It has been clinically proven that just 2 ½ hours of vigorous exercise per week slows down the progression of PD and can decrease symptoms".
Miriam R Rafferty, of Northwestern University and Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Journal of Parkinson’s Disease
Our events foster community spirit, provide support, and offer forums for expert advice. We stage events throughout the year to encourage people of all abilities, experiences, and PD progression to participate, and to find the courage to continue or re-start sports that may have been given up because of a Parkinson’s diagnosis.
All events provide a safe, inclusive, and fun environment.