Links & Resources

Don’t live or compete in the GAP region? Here’s a full directory of resources for adaptive golf programs throughout the entire country.

Adaptive Golfers mission is to re-imagine golf to allow any and everyone to discover the incredible benefits the game has to offer.

The Cairn’s Cup mission is to celebrate and promote excellence in adaptive golf by organizing a world-class tournament that showcases the exceptional skills and achievements of adaptive players. Individuals from the United States and Europe come together fostering a supportive and inclusive environment where they can compete, learn, and inspire others.

Carolina Adaptive golf strives to create an environment where participants have access to adaptive golf therapy that promotes inclusion, builds self confidence, and enhances quality of life.

EAGA’s prime purpose is to organize and conduct amputee golfing events and “Learn to Golf” clinics for any physically challenged individual, provide communication between its members and act as a bridge between its members and the National Amputee Golf Association.

The European Disabled Golf Association (EDGA) is dedicated to promoting golf for individuals with disabilities across Europe. They organize events, provide resources, and support golfers of all abilities to participate and enjoy the sport. EDGA provides WR4GD approved passes to players.

The GAIN community is your community provided by the National Alliance for Accessible Golf. GAIN is a free communications forum provided to foster the growth of a stronger national network of information, education and resources to serve the community of golfers with disabilities and those that lead and support these efforts.

GSGA’s Adaptive Golf Program provides monthly opportunities for those with physical, cognitive, or sensory impairments to enjoy the game of golf around the state of Georgia.

The G4D Tour is a golf tour partnered with the DP World Tour to promote the inclusion of golfers with a wide spectrum of disabilities. The tour is comprised of eight net and gross events across Europe.

The “I Got This” Foundation provides golf instruction, playing opportunities, and organized events to teach people with Down Syndrome and other intellectual disabilities to play golf.

IGA provides golf activities to those in Indiana with physical or mental disabilities. Allowing individuals with disabilities to enjoy the game of golf the same as anyone else.

Iowa Amputee Golf Association promotes the love of the game of golf and fellowship among amputees.

The MGA Adaptive Golf Program is dedicated to making golf accessible to individuals of all abilities. Through adaptive equipment and specialized instruction, we empower people with disabilities to enjoy the game of golf.

The MABGA provides blind and vision impaired men, women and children the opportunity to enjoy the challenges and rewards that golf offers.

The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) is the leader in inclusion— working to ensure the opportunity for all individuals with disabilities to play the game of golf.

NAGA supports individuals with amputations at a major joint by hosting clinics and tournaments throughout the nation.

NAOAGA promotes the game of golf to those that have an upper extremity disability. The organization organizes competitions for its membership to perform “one-armed golf”.

PGA HOPE introduces golf to veterans and active duty-military to enhance their physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being.

The Turn offers year-round individual and group programming to those with a broad range of disabilities, providing non-clinical adaptive fitness and recreation opportunities to improve balance, coordination, muscle strength, and self esteem.

SWAGA promotes the game of golf for those with disabilities through tournaments and clinics.

USAGA serves individuals with disabilities through their inclusion in the game of golf through clinics and competitions.

The USBGA serves individuals with visual impairments by hosting clinics and tournaments around the US.

The USDGA brings together adaptive golfers to showcase their skills and abilities in a championship style event.

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