Disabled Golf Clubs for All Disabilities
This busy sports section of ABLEize provides details of golf for the disabled including disability golf clubs and golf for all disabilities along with information about getting involved in the sport including returning to golf after a disability. Due to the popularity of this category we have included disability golf resources from around the world.
Find 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 are also proud to highlight aids to assist play including standing devices for wheelchair users and those unsteady on their feet, gripping aids and numerous clubs providing dedicated tuition to match your disability. Also find details of golfing associations for a range of disabilities in England, Scotland and Wales to enjoy the sport including deaf and blind golf clubs with contacts and details of how to get involved.
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.
The main purpose of the EBGA is to provide visually handicapped people with the facility to train and compete in the game of golf.
A registered charity that actively brings disabled and non-disabled golfers together through taster sessions and events. Site includes details of upcoming fixtures and how to assist this worthy charity.
Facebook page of the DGA Providing details of accessible golf events taking place throughout the UK including the Disabled British Open with results, joining details, handicaps and course guides.
Founded in 1983 and is the governing body for deaf and hearing impaired golfers throughout England. Site offers events details, membership information and contacts.
Information and resources about enjoying golf with a disability and how and where to get involved supplied by England Golf.
Promotes and defends the common interests of golfers with disabilities. Site offers tournament details and a list of gold organisations.
The R&A engages supports activities including golf for the disabled and offers details of bling, amputee and wheelchair users golfers as well as golf for those with special needs. St Andrews, Fife.
Tennessee based association for amputee golfers founded in 1954 by a double below- knee amputee . Find tournament details and dates, instructor information and contacts to find out more.
Set up to promote golf to people that play one-handed through amputation etc. Includes playing tip for one armed play as well as event details and competitions held throughout world locations.
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.
Highlights the golfing opportunities for disabled people living in or visiting South Africa. View details of events, dates and images. Includes a number of online resources.
Based in Pennsylvania offering details of golfing scholarships for amputees, future tournaments and links of interest.
Golf charity set up to promote the sport for people with disabilities. Includes information about playing golf from disabled buggies plus the charities contact.
Known as the driving force behind disabled golf in Scotland and providing details of free membership, future golfing events and how to get involved. Also includes video clips and links of related disabled golfing interest.
Organises a world class disabled golfers tournament for a range of disabilities. Caters for limb deficiency, arm and grip weakness, vision impairments and many more disabilities. Site offers event details, dates and how to get involved.
Promoting golf for all disabilities in Wales with details of events along with news and how to get involved. Supported by Disability Sport Wales.
Highlighting the options for wheelchair users and other disabilities to take part in golf. Includes details of equipment, how to get starting and how Golf England works to improve golf facilities.