Adaptive Golf Academy
David Windsor email@example.com
Led by PGA Professional David Windsor, fellow PGA Members, Physical Therapists and others with depths of experience, the Adaptive Golf Academy instills education and training on becoming adaptive golf coaches and developing community programs.
Button Hole is a non-profit (501c3) initiative that is funded entirely by public donations. We are dedicated to providing a short course and teaching center focused on kids and "golf, the greatest game."
Georgia State Golf Association
The mission of the Georgia State Golf Association is to promote and preserve the traditions and integrity of golf in Georgia and to enhance its enjoyment.
Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association
Blue Bell, PA
Since 1948, the Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association has been providing blind and visually impaired (legally blind) men, women and children the opportunity to enjoy the challenges and rewards that golf offers.
The ParaLong Drive Cup
The ParaLong Drive Cup is a long drive championship that enables athletes with illnesses, injuries, and challenges to engage in competition and camaraderie with their peers.
The goals of The ParaLong Drive Cup are to operate competitive events, promote athletes overcoming obstacles, feature enabling technologies by manufacturers and advocate the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children treats many of the world's most complex orthopedic cases, as well as certain related arthritic and neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. The specialists in our six Centers for Excellence spend a lifetime practicing, researching and pioneering pediatric orthopedic care.
Veteran Golfers Association
South Pines, NC
The VGA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to promoting the game of golf to veterans and their family members.
The VGA develops programs that allow our members to compete, socialize, and remain physically active through the game of golf.
Adaptive Golf Association
The Adaptive Golf Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing individuals with physical/cognitive challenges with the needed resources to learn and enjoy the game of golf while utilizing the sport in their recovery.
Eastern Amputee Golf Association
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 Association.
Golf For All
Wellesley Hills, MA
Golf For All is dedicated to providing free, accessible golf programs for US military veterans, children and adults with autism and autism-spectrum disorders facing physical, emotional, and cognitive challenges.
My First Swing
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
My First Swing raises money to support blind athletes that want to enjoy the game of golf.
We started this foundation with one goal in MIND…BE the change you want to see in this world. We served our country abroad and at home. We are pulling up our sleeves and putting in the work to do what WE can to impact lives…from disabled military/veteran’s to K-12 STEAM education support little by little program by program we can make a difference
Southern Amputee Golf Association
In 1957, Joe Avans and several of his friends held the 1st Southern States Amputees golf Tournament in Warm Springs, Georgia . Little did they realize this tournament would survive the test of time and allow so many of us to enjoy the game of golf.
The Western Amputee Golf Association (WAGA) was founded to help amputees and other physically challenged people build a sense of personal pride and confidence.
Adaptive Golf Experience
Parris Island, SC
Encouraging individuals with disabilities or challenges due to stoke, spine injury, TBI, neurological conditions, amputations and more to learn to play golf
Fairways For Warriors
Providing hope, healing, and camaraderie for combat wounded veterans and their families
Judy Alvarez Golf Academy
Palm City, FL
Judy Alvarez Golf Academy provides adaptive golf equipment and supplies for those teaching adaptive golf, those who are a student of the game, and therapists wanting to help their clientele.
National Amputee Golf Association
Incorporated in 1954, NAGA began as a small group of amputee golfers playing friendly games that quickly developed into regional tournament play in various cities across the United States.
WE empower those with neurological conditions.Since 1989, OhioHealth Fore Hope has been improving cognitive, physical and social needs through individual and group golf programs. We work with seasoned golfers and those new to the game.
United States Blind Golf Association
The United States Blind Golf Association is an organization for individuals with visual impairments
to learn, compete and challenge the game of golf.
North Myrtle Beach, SC
Oak Ridge, NJ
It is a resource for people with all DIFFERENT ABILITIES. Be it Physical, Cognitive, Sensory, Health, or Age related, Adaptive Golfers will help challenged golfers match up with the resources needed to play to the best of their potential
Freedom Golf Association
Burr Ridge, IL
E Q Sylvester
Freedom Golf Association (FGA) is dedicated to bringing joy and a sense of freedom to the special needs community through their inclusion in the game of golf.
Michigan Amputee Golf Association
St. Clair Shores, MI
Established in 1955, the Michigan Amputee Golf Association has been conducting tournaments and encouraging participation for hundreds of amputee golfers in the Midwest with a golf of camaraderie, competition, and enjoyment the great game of golf can provide.
North American One-Armed Golfers Association
The mission of NAOAGA is to promote the game of golf to those that must play "one-handed" due to a physically-challenged condition for the purpose of competition, recreation, and physical & emotional rehabilitation.
PGA HOPE Charleston
The mission of PGA HOPE Charleston is to provide veterans with injuries, illnesses, or challenges and living in the Lowcountry of South Carolina a tool that can help them reintegrate back into society by using golf as a form of therapy. Our mission places us on the the front lines in the battle against PTSD on the homefront
The United States Disabled Golf Association
We believe that golfers who have disabilities should be given an opportunity to showcase his or her talents in a championship style event. The objective is to bring our own championship to any golfer with a physical, intellectual, and sensory disability. With this design, we will reach golfers who never had the opportunity to compete in a national event.