Specialized Adaptive Golf Coach
February 7, 2023
ParaGolf Canada is very fortunate to announce Natalie Gleadall as a ParaGolf Canada Specialized Adaptive Golf Coach.
“Natalie Gleadall has a passion for growing the game of golf and making the sport fun for all. Natalie is a Class A PGA Professional – Director of Skills Development at Golfplay and a Teaching Professional at London Hunt and Country Club.Her recent accomplishments include the 2021 PGA of Ontario Apprentice Professional of the Year and the 2022 PGA of Ontario Women’s Player of the Year,” says Todd Keirstead, CEO and Founder of ParaGolf Canada. “Natalie while working for the City of Kitchener as an Inclusion Support Coordinator in Older Adult Services was fortunate to help pilot an adaptive golf program “Golf Fore Life”, a dementia-friendly golf program for persons living with dementia. We are proud to announce Natalie Gleadall as a ParaGolf Canada Specialized Adaptive Golf Coach.“
“The game of golf has been a part of my life for over 20 years. I am so grateful for all the amazing opportunities and experiences. Golf Fore Life provided me with the opportunity to provide individuals with the necessary tools to get back out on the golf course in a supportive, inclusive, and safe environment,” says Natalie. “The program made me realize that there are people in our community who are in need of a supportive hand to participate in the sport we love. Making a difference in the communities I am a part of is a huge passion of mine, and I can’t wait to continue to grow the sport of adaptive golf in Canada. Thank you to Todd and the ParaGolf Canada Team for this incredible opportunity”.