|Aren't all of the juniors bags so darn cute?|
Within the world of type 1 diabetes, blood sugars and sports can be challenging. That swing of the pendulum from high to low in a blink. There never seems to be enough time to take a break, test bgs, correct with food or insulin, wait, and then start playing again.
Well, until we discovered the world's most perfect sport...
I wrote a bit about it here in anticipation of the girl's starting their lessons.
But after experiencing our first day on the course, I am now absolutely convinced that this guy
|Scott Verplank, PGA Professional and living with type 1 diabetes|
figured out something brilliant.
Both girls have played twice since summer vacation started. Both times, their blood sugars fell at perfect low 100s.
Nothing high and nothing low.
|Oldest daughter, WPGA Hopeful and living with type 1 diabetes|
Instead, golf seemed to live up to it's gentlemen status and completely played by the rules.
|Youngest daughter, Not going to be left behind in golf, and living with with type 1 diabetes|
Golf really is the perfect sport!