A former Royal Marine who lost a leg in an IED blast is aiming to get onto the European PGA tour after he turned pro.
Aaron Moon was serving in Afghanistan in 2009 when he was severely injured.
With the help of the forces golfing charity On Course Foundation he started taking golf seriously, and recently turned professional.
Fellow golfing veterans can meet up and improve their game at the charity’s golf days, but On Course also aims to help members find employment in the golfing industry.
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