Durango man starts golf clinic for those with disabilities

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Durango man starts golf clinic for those with disabilities

Andy Asmuth, right, spends more than 40 hours a week volunteering to help people with cognitive and physical disabilities, mostly through Adaptive Sports Association, but also through a weekly golf clinic he started four years ago at Hillcrest Golf Club. To his left are Alexandra Rodriquez and Ryan Zollinger, two of his students.
Andy Asmuth, left, works on chipping with Kristin Ingle at the Hillcrest Golf Course. Asmuth attributes his ability to help people with disabilities improve their golf games to his own experience recovering from a traumatic brain injury he suffered in a car accident when he was a 6-year-old.
Andy Asmuth watches one of his golf clinic students hit a shot at Hillcrest Golf Course. Asmuth’s program to help those with disabilities improve their golf games meets from 9 a.m. to noon every Thursday, from July to mid-October, on the far end of the driving range at Hillcrest.

Durango man starts golf clinic for those with disabilities

Andy Asmuth, right, spends more than 40 hours a week volunteering to help people with cognitive and physical disabilities, mostly through Adaptive Sports Association, but also through a weekly golf clinic he started four years ago at Hillcrest Golf Club. To his left are Alexandra Rodriquez and Ryan Zollinger, two of his students.
Andy Asmuth, left, works on chipping with Kristin Ingle at the Hillcrest Golf Course. Asmuth attributes his ability to help people with disabilities improve their golf games to his own experience recovering from a traumatic brain injury he suffered in a car accident when he was a 6-year-old.
Andy Asmuth watches one of his golf clinic students hit a shot at Hillcrest Golf Course. Asmuth’s program to help those with disabilities improve their golf games meets from 9 a.m. to noon every Thursday, from July to mid-October, on the far end of the driving range at Hillcrest.
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