Golfer with disabilities finds niche on team
GENOA – It was a struggle for Julie Craig to get her daughter Kayla Craig, who has cerebral palsy, onto the high school golf team.
“She did the practices with them but she didn’t feel like she was part of the team,” Julie Craig said.
Kayla has played golf with Special Olympics for years, but her desire to play golf with the high school team put a strain on her, her family and the school. But Julie Craig’s persistence paid off, and this year, Kayla, a junior, is competing with her school’s team.
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