Rod Corbit (Street Articles Author)
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I began playing golf at the age of 13. I have continued to play off and on since then. About ten years ago I had to have my left leg amputated due to infections after a bunion surgery. I am pasionate about golf and usualy play twice a week. I feel strongly that golf is a sport that can be enjoyed by most disabled individuals.My articlrs are intended to help disabled golfers enjoy and improve their game. I write from my own personal experience as an above the knee amputee fortunate enough to be able to play golf no a regular basis.

Golf Ball That's Right for You
If you watch all of the TV ads every golf ball manufacturer makes the best golf ball for you. You will hit it farther and straighter than you ever have and your slice or hook will magically disappear. So you go out to buy them and they are over $40…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Golf   Mar 17, 2012  
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Disabled Golf: Hybrids Might Help Your Game
Do you have at least one or two hybrid clubs in your bag? Have you ever tried hitting hybrid irons to improve your game? Well depending on your amputation, disability or limitations you may find these clubs can improve your score and enjoyment on the golf course. Over the past…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Golf   Mar 17, 2012  
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Disabled Golf My Way
Did you know there golfers all over the world who enjoy golf in spite of amputations, spinal injuries even blindness. Have you ever played golf in the past or wanted to play and think you can’t because of a disability? Well it’s time to get out and do something about…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Disability   Feb 26, 2012  
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Disabled Golf: Rehab And Fitness
Playing golf with a disability is not difficult if you are in shape and have some degree of mobility. Even more than an able bodied person an individual with a disability must do some physical training before attempting any sport. This article will show you how I was able to…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Golf   Feb 26, 2012  
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Golf for Amputees And Disabled #1
So you are disabled in some way and want to start playing golf again or want to learn the game. Let’s start with golf equipment. You need some clubs and some balls, and a golf bag to carry them in. If you have played in the past you may have…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Golf   Feb 26, 2012  
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Disabled Golf: The Basic Swing
For the disabled individual swinging a golf club and hitting a golf ball can be a real challenge. But then golf is a challenge for anyone taking up the game. As an amputee golfer, I feel the most important thing to learn is to swing in balance. In other words…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Golf   Feb 26, 2012  
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Playing Golf Disabled Lesson 2
Well are you ready to start swinging a “real” golf club, and play golf with a disability? Hopefully you have been practicing with your putter as described in the last lesson because we are going to build on that lesson to start this one# Swinging an iron starts with a…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports  >  Golf   Dec 21, 2011  
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