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Will you take on a golfing challenge with your local club? Or how about a 3 course challenge for Par for Parkinson's, playing 54 holes over 3 courses in a day? You could hold a golf quiz with friends? Or get sponsored to dress up in your snazziest golf clothing at work? It's up to you!
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After his Parkinson’s diagnosis, Andy didn’t think he could play golf anymore. He didn't play for 4 years until a chance meeting with Jarlath, another golfer with Parkinson’s.
Jarlath kindly invited him to play a few rounds at the club where he had been a member for several years to see how he got on.
Andy says: "I very quickly realised I had made a big mistake and that I could play perfectly well. I was kicking myself for just giving up playing without trying to see if I could play or not.
"Jarlath is now one of my best friends. We are regular golfing partners and often play as a pair and it is thanks to him that I got back into playing golf. Playing golf is a major part of my social life and my coping mechanism. It gets me out there on the course with other people. I get the social interaction and the physical benefit."