Created by Cédric Lescut, a professional disabled golfer who suffered an amputation to his lower right leg in 2011, the aim of the Androïd 34 project is to encourage people with disabilities to play sport and realise that they can still be competitive despite being “different”.
A genuine message of hope based on successful role models such as Cédric Lescut, the initiative aims to promote golf as well as all other sports played by disabled players with able-bodied players and vice versa.
Through various events, dinners, clinics and encounters, particularly in junior golf schools, disabled players of Androïd 34 will communicate their enthusiasm and the fulfilment they feel as a result of playing sport. Through this positive message, they will encourage a maximum number of disabled players to join them and continue to enjoy their lives to the full.
If you have any questions or are interested by our initiative, do not hesitate to contact us to talk about it.