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Consider making golf one of your favorite activities; it's very easy to adapt for seated players—just use shorter putters and a ball retriever! See the companies below that sell adapted golf equipment.
There are many wheelchairs that will stand a player upright and enable him/her to putt. The ParaGolfer from Ottobock is designed to navigagate golf terrain and enables the player to stand upright and use a normal two-handed swing.
You'll of course, consider miniature golf courses because it requires less rolling, but if that gets old, consider borrowing or renting a power chair to play nine holes at a regular course. Or, if you can make the transfers okay, rent a golf cart! Below are two companies that sell adaptive golf equipment. You may also obtain additional information about adapting your sport from the folks at Access to Recreation.
Access to Recreation
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