After nearly 10 years of struggle with a debilitating neck and spine injury in 2012, Rich White explains that through golf he has rediscovered an absorbing sport from his childhood: that has boosted, significantly, his body and soul. Physically it has given him a way back, made him stronger, while the mental tonic has been “exceptional” for him. With three EDGA events under his belt by July, Rich says he feels like he has found a place to ‘belong’ again for the first time in many years. After the very darkest of times, golf, and the golfers around him, are the medicine.
Rich discovered EDGA when watching Sky TV and golfers with disability playing the new ‘G4D Tour’, staged by the DP World Tour. This is his story.
Originally published as Rich White at EDGA - Leading the way for golfers with disability
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