Our adaptive golf programming, including No Limit Clinics, is led by seasoned PGA professionals who specialize in adaptive teaching techniques. Receive personalized instruction tailored to your abilities and goals.

Adam Benza

Adam Benza is our lead instructor. He’s a below-knee amputee who lost his right leg due to cancer (Ewing’s Sarcoma) at the age of 9, after an infection set in resulting in a failed bone salvage. Playing sports throughout his youth, he quickly found a passion for golf.

Adam has competed and won numerous amputee events (EAGA: 3 Eastern Regional Titles, SWAGA: Amputee Champion 2010, and NAGA: Below Knee Champion 2011 and 2019), consistently in the Top 10 at NAGA Championships, won five club championships, represented the USA in the first Disabled Golf Team Championships, played on numerous International Team Matches, competed twice in the U.S. Adaptive Open, plus more.

Adam’s goal is to use his love for golf and knowledge of teaching to grow the game of golf for future generations, specializing in instructing persons with disabilities, by forming his own nonprofit, Moving Foreward.

Jake Armstrong

Assistant Golf Professional – Lancaster Country Club

Nate Baadte

General Manager – Cool Creek Golf Club

Andrew Braun

Director of Golf – Downingtown Country Club

Chris Conklin

Director of Golf and Instruction – Cool Creek Golf Club

Kyle Faris

Head Golf Professional – Glen Oak Country Club

Jack Fenwick

Assistant Golf Professional – Glen Oak Country Club

Stephen Frederick

Head Golf Professional – Steel Club

Claudia Gangemi

Junior Golf Director – Honeybrook Golf Club

Fred Heller

Head Golf Professional – Rolling Green Golf Club

Wayne Phillips

Golf Professional Emirtus – Lehigh Country Club

Curtis Reese

Head Golf Professional – Frosty Valley

Greg Rhoads

Assistant Professional – Rolling Green Golf Club

Jocelyn Villafranca

Director of Instruction – TopGolf Philadelphia

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Adaptive Golf News

Keeping up with the adaptive golf world’s news and notes.

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GAP Announces Inaugural GAP Adaptive Championship

Fresh off its adaptive golf programming launch, GAP (Golf Association of Philadelphia) has announced its inaugural GAP Adaptive Championship set for this fall. The GAP Adaptive Championship is a pr


Enhancing Your Game with Adaptive Golf Equipment

Adaptive golf is breaking barriers and making the game accessible to all. With advancements in technology and design, adaptive golf equipment is revolutionizing the way people with disabilities partic


The Power of Inclusive Golf Communities

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