Disabled golfers compete with pros in English Challenge
Golfers with disabilities have linked up with professionals for the English Challenge at Stoke-by-Nayland in Suffolk.
It is the biggest professional tournament in the eastern region and it's the first time the Tour has hosted a pro-am for golfers with disabilities.
One of them, Stan Bembenek, is described as "the best most disabled one-legged golfer in the world".
He was once told he would never walk again and now plays golf for England.
- 24 July 2012
- BBC News