What is Golf?
Golf is a sport for all. Players use golf clubs to hit the golf ball towards the green where they will then aim to putt the ball into the cup. You can play individually or with a group of up to 4 players for a round. You can also play for as many holes as you would like up to 18 in a round.
How do I play Golf?
Golf can be played by disabled people with a range of impairments. Those with more profound physical impairments may use a buggy to get around the course.
Where can I take part in Golf?
Get into Golf – Juniors
Golf clubs run junior sections with regular coaching and playing opportunities, usually weekly. You can use the search function on our partners website, the Golf Foundation, to find a friendly junior club to give golf a go
Get into Golf – Adults
If you would like to find a golf centre to start learning golf, Get into Golf at centres across the country. These centres offer 5 x 1 hour sessions over 5 weeks with other beginners with a fully trained coach and equipment supplied.
Find your nearest centre: Get into Golf website.
County & Club competitions
There are opportunities to play within your club and county competition. There is a pathway for players to compete in Europe on obtaining a classification through theEuropean Disabled Golf Association. For more information on competitive opportunities, please contact England Golf via email:firstname.lastname@example.org
For general information relating to getting into golf please contact England Golf:
Telephone: 01526 354 500