28th September 2001 at 01:00
Scotland's commitment to introduce all children as young as nine to golf by 2009 as part of its Ryder Cup bid will include children with disabilities. Studies undertaken over the past two years have looked into how young people with disabilities can gain access to the game and a sports think tank has been established. Coaches are to be offered disability awareness training, and facility designs, equipment and competition structures are being reviewed.

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