LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A grant from the University of Kentucky is giving a group of paralyzed and amputee veterans the chance to play golf again.

Kentucky-Indiana's chapter of Paralyzed Veterans of America is working with Louisville Metro Parks to give veterans adaptive golf carts and lessons on how to play golf with various injuries.

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