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Lee Seung-min, a professional golfer with autism spectrum disorder, has become a one-day golf coach at Dangpo Elementary School in Mungyeong, North Gyeongsang Province. On the 28th, Lee visited Dangpo Elementary School and taught elementary school students the golf swing one-on-one .Through a Q&A session, he also helped raise awareness of people with disabilities, saying that they can live with friends who are a little different from them. The event was organized at the request of a teacher from Dangpo-cho, who is active in the Gyeongbuk Special Teachers’ Club. The teacher, who was working on educational materials to raise awareness of disability, requested a written interview with Lee, who visited Dangpocho with his golf equipment .Callaway Golf Korea sent a tour van to Dangpo Town to help Lee.”I was happy to meet the young students and teach them about golf,” said Lee. I hope the world will become a society where there are many people with disabilities who dream and fulfill their dreams.” Since qualifying as a professional on the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Tour in 2017, Lee has made four cuts in KPGA Korean Tour events and won the US Adaptive Open last year. This year, he finished runner-up at the US Adaptive 토토사이트 Open.

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