Two free golf clinics for all abilities will be held at the Keilor Public Golf Course this week.
The events are held in the run-up to the International Day of People with Disabilities, where councils from all over Melbourne’s West come together to host a week of all-inclusive regional inclusion activities.
The golf course and Brimbank municipality will host two clinics for children, young people and adults.
Led by coach Scott Wearne for all abilities, the clinics will include an introduction to golf and an opportunity for attendees to make new friends.
Course leader Jack McDonald said they were incredibly pleased to be working with the Brimbank Council in the run-up to the International Day of People with Disabilities
“Golf is a great way to stay active and form social connections, so we are very excited to introduce the sport in a framework that will facilitate the next generation of golfers in Brimbank.”
The clinic for young people and adults will be held on 1 December and the children’s clinic on 2 December, both at 11.00.
Caregivers, parents and guardians are welcome to provide support and reservations are essential.
Details: 9390 1538.