Norwegian Paragolf - Norwegian Golf Federation
04 September 2018
- The whole of my life I’ve been a female version of Tarzan. A proper fitness junkie. All this changed a beautiful winter day, says Benedicte Finnema, who crushed her leg in an alpine accident three years ago. Meet Benedicte Finnema (in Norwegian) who plays paragolf. This video series is produced for the Norwegian Golf Federation and Norsk Golf.
- I love the feeling of being able to hear nothing. No sound from the birds, the wind or people talking. Just being able to live my life here and now, says Andrea Hjellegjerde. Andrea, who’s deaf and plays golf, competed in the Deaflympics for Norway the summer of 2017. Meet her in this video portrait, made before she travelled to the Deaflympics (in Norwegian). This video series is produced for the Norwegian Golf Federation and Norsk Golf.
- I don’t believe in the bad, I only believe in the good – that everything has a happy end, says André Toth. At the age of 23 he survived a stroke which paralyzed the right side of his body. The autumn of 2016 he was to compete in the Norwegian Golf Championship for the disabled. Meet André in this video portrait (in Norwegian).
- Golf makes me feel happy, especially when I play well. I love playing with other people, says Marthe Karoline Grina (25). Marthe was born with cerebral palsy and is now one of four Norwegian golf athletes who will be competing in Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi in 2019. Meet Marthe and her personal assistent, Ann Bente in this video portrait (in Norwegian).