Adaptive Golf Cart

This video is about adaptive golf carts for people with disabilities

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Putting a new spin on the old game

Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Dick Clark, a client of Turnstone, tries out a new adaptive golf cart Thursday during a demonstration at McMillen Park Golf Course. The modified cart has a 360-degree swivel seat with adjustable height and forward-position capabilities for children and adults, an adjustable restraint system for stability and a wraparound bar for easy access and positioning. Turnstone and the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department were able to buy the golf cart with a grant from the National Alliance for Accessible Golf.

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