A disabled golf society in Wiltshire has proved popular with sports fans who have regularly been donning their golf clothes for a few rounds.
The Disabled Golf Society was founded by Chris Smith, who was badly injured following a car crash and wanted to play golf to help him regain his fitness.
"I really thought hard about it. I wanted to play golf to the best I could and I knew I couldn't," he told BBC Wiltshire.
He then set up a website to try and find other disabled players and received requests from across the UK as well as from as far away as India and America.
"It's a sport that a lot of people find a lot of enjoyment from. If you are disabled and want to try a sport, try golf," Mr Smith continued.
The society organises tournaments throughout the year, including nine and 18 hole events as well as pitch and putt and club three competitions.