You might not have heard of Natascha Tennent, but you should know her story.

The Brisbane teenager is the No.13-ranked female golfer on the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability and last year brought home a gold medal from the Special Olympics World Games in an emphatic victory. At a young age, she was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, Tourette syndrome, a genetic heart condition and a physical condition called ligamentous laxity, which affects her ankles and knees – yet the 9-handicapper aspires to someday become a professional.

The European Disabled Golf Association (EDGA) recently sat down with Natascha during an EDGA All Abilities Development Camp in Portugal: