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The South African Disabled Golf Open in Langebaan tees off

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Neal Merry from Wales approaches the ball before teeing off during the South African Disabled Golf Open in Langebaan, South Africa, on May 10. The South African Disabled Golf Open is one of the top disabled golf tournaments in the world with more than 60 competitors from South Africa, Ireland, Wales, and Sweden competing over the 3 day event. People suffering from any number of physical disabilities including arm and leg amputees, hemiplegics, paraplegics, stroke victims, blind and deaf people that are able to grip the club with at least one hand and hit the ball can compete.

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Daniel Slabbert from South Africa plays a shot during the South African Disabled Golf Open in Langebaan, South Africa, May 10.

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Reinhardt Schuhknecht from South Africa plays a shot during the South African Disabled Golf Open in Langebaan, South Africa, on May 10. The South African Disabled Golf Open is one of the top disabled golf tournaments in the world with more than 60 competitors from South Africa, Ireland, Wales, and Sweden competing over the 3 day event. People suffering from any number of physical disabilities including arm and leg amputees, hemiplegics, paraplegics, stroke victims, blind and deaf people that are able to grip the club with at least one hand and hit the ball can compete.

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Neal Merry from Wales places the ball before putting during the South African Disabled Golf Open in Langebaan, South Africa, on May 10.

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South African Glen Macintosh putts on May 10, during the Nedbank SA Disabled Golf Open in Langebaan, Western Cape Province, about 100 kms north of Cape Town. The competition is one of the top disabled golf tournaments in the world with more than 60 competitors from South Africa, Ireland, Wales, and Sweden competing over the three-day event.

 For more about the tournament including the latest results click here.