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The Therapeutic Recreation Complex provides a variety of adapted sports for youth and adults so that every person, regardless of ability, has an equal opportunity to participate in sports and recreation in their community. Adapted sports give athletes with physical and visual impairments avenues to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in community sports, including competition, recreation and educational programs. For more information about our current program offerings, see the Upcoming Events and Programs section or contact Diana Holm at (561) 966-7020,  dholm@pbcgov.org.​​ 

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Programs and Upcoming E​vents

You don't have to See it to Tee it​!
golf program
Register today to participate in an 8-week Golf Clinic for People with Visual Impairments​ at the John Prince Park Golf Learning Center. Space is limited. Blind Golf is a team sport where a player and a coach work as one to compete against others in the field.  When a blind or visually impaired person is introduced to the game of golf, labels and barriers disappear.  Goals are attained. Accomplishments are earned. Athletes do not need any prior experience or equipment. With the assistance of the LPGA Master Professional you will learn the fundamentals of golf including chipping, driving, putting, positioning, and club selection. It is recommended to bring a sighted volunteer to assist you in learning the sport. Volunteers will walk the player to the ball, learn to describe the shot and distance, help with club selection, positioning, and aligning the player and the club to the ball. Please notify staff upon registering if you will need us to provide a volunteer to assist you during the clinic.


​Wheelchair Rugby
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Looking for a high contact sport? Want to improve your physical strength and endurance? Join the South Florida Rattlers team! Wheelchair Rugby is a fast-paced sport that will feed a highly competitive spirit. The South Florida Rattlers team travels and competes in games and tournaments throughout the year. Anyone interested in playing the sport or just learning more about it is encouraged to stop by during practice times to check out the action. Equipment is available for use. Ages: 16+


Wheelchair Sports/Equipment Rentals
Interested in participating in Wheelchair Sports?  We are actively recruiting individuals interested in participating in lacrosse​, wheelchair rugby, cycling,  boccia and more. Sports wheelchairs, including hand-cycles are available for use. Call Diana Holm at (561) 966-7020 for information regarding equipment rentals and practice times.​

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