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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Disabled Golf Clubs for All Disabilities

This busy sports section of Ableize provides details of disabled golf clubs and golf for all disabilities along with information plus golf courses offering access and catering for the disabled golfer. We are working hard to promote golf for the disabled, the sites listed here also include details of accessible adapted golf buggies to assist play for the disabled plus golfing equipment and clubs.

We will also attempt to highlight aids to assist play including standing devices for wheelchair users and those unsteady on their feet. Also find details of golfing associations for a range of disabilities to enjoy the sport listed in this section including deaf and blind golf clubs with contacts and details of how to get involved.

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People with hand dexterity's and weaknesses such as spinal injury or stroke can now fully enjoy golf by use of this innovative gripping glove designed by people with disabilities. Site offers video clips, reviews and purchasing details. Return to golf today with the Gripeeze golf glove.
Head golfer and PGA professional at Bristol and Clifton Golf Club offering dedicated disability golf sessions for all disabled people with 45 minute tuition for just £5 per session. Check out the site to find out how you can begin or improve your golf despite your disability or call 01275 393031 for full details.
Highlighting the golf facilities, clubs and coaching for the disabled wanting to participating golf in Bedfordshire. Site provides details of future events with contacts and information about how to get involved.
An active club located in Huddersfield providing details of how they are currently helping disabled people play golf team details, membership forms and fixtures for the year. Includes contacts and testimonials.
The official website of the Disabled British Open Golf Championship with yearly results and images and details of how to compete or train for future competitions.
The main purpose of the EBGA is to provide visually handicapped people with the facility to train and compete in the game of golf.
Promotes and defends the common interests of golfers with disabilities. Site offers tournament details and a list of gold organisations.
Founded to promote golf for deaf and hard of hearing golfers in Scotland with events details, membership and an overview of the rules of the game.
Details for disabled golfers, the equipment, golf buggies, clubs and future tournaments.
Golf charity set up to promote the sport for people with disabilities. Includes information about playing golf from disabled buggies plus the charities contact.
A registered charity and driving force behind disability golf in Scotland. View training and competition details, membership and how to get involved.