Testimonials

 

“The On Course Foundation to me is something that I am immensely proud to be a part of…on top of all the great things they do, they also help us with employment in the golf industry; I myself have recently secured a work placement with American Golf and also a promising meeting with Titleist. I personally can’t thank them enough in the way they have helped me with my recovery.”

Richard Webb

 

“Through the OCF I have developed my confidence as well as my golf skills. I have joined a local golf club and now play with other people. PTSD is a hidden wound, it is not a clearly visible injury, golf is an ideal sport where you can find temporary peace from issues in your mind.”

Andy Stevens

 

“The On Course Foundation could potentially offer a job in the golfing industry and on golf courses which is something I’m really keen about. My military career is winding to an end now due to my injuries, the On Course Foundation now gives me a stepping stone.”

David Benfell

“As a proud and devoted soldier, the British Army was my life. I was completely lost and devastated when I realised that my military career had to come to an end. Through the On Course Foundation, I have found a new lease of life with a clear sense of direction. With their help and understanding, I am about to embark on a very different but equally rewarding career.”

Gregg Stevenson

“The coaching was first class, pitched at the right level for all that were taking part, whatever the level of play. It was the best week I have had since my accident in 2001 and I can’t tell you how much difference this makes to not only me, but also my family, as a happy Daddy is a good Daddy!!!”

Jason Evans

“I first became aware of On Course through the BLESMA Magazine and I fully recommend the Foundation to every amputee who thinks they are unable to take part in the world anymore. You will find that you can compete on a level par with fully fit people, this is the advantage of golf.”

Stuart Ellis

“The On Course Foundation provides excellent coaching to learn and improve your golf. However, I believe the most important are the strong and likely chances for future employment and a new career.

At a time when I and many others are apprehensive about the future this is a unique and welcome opportunity.”

Stewart Hill