Adaptive Golf Carts Help Disabled Golfers On City Courses (NBC33 VIDEO)

By Kent Hormann - NBC33
By Eric Dutkiewicz - NBC33

May 22, 2014 Updated May 22, 2014 at 9:09 PM EST

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - An innovative new golf cart will allow players with disabilities to play courses in Fort Wayne.

Adaptive golf carts are being used at McMillen Park golf course. The carts, a joint venture between Turnstone an Parks & Recreation, allow players the flexiability to move anywhere on the course while being able to play their shots with more balance and comfort.

Officials hope to eventually add carts at both Foster and Shoaff Parks soon.




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