The United States Adaptive Golf Alliance (USAGA) intends to make playing golf a reality for the 18 million physically disabled who would like to play the game. Founded in 2014, the United States Adaptive Golf Alliance:
is a 501(C)3 national coalition of adaptive golf organizations with common goals and objectives.
includes 31 member organizations across the United States.
provides adaptive golf to 13,000+ individuals of which 26% are wounded veterans.
Members are “grass roots” nation-wide adaptive golf organizations working together so their current successful programs and tournaments can be expanded and run more effectively with shared resources and larger outreach programs for the special needs community.
USAGA is advancing human potential and promoting equality for the disabled through the game of golf.
• Facilitate multiple national and international competitions annually • Take the ﬁrst USA disabled golf team to Paris for the 2024 Paralympics • Give voice and vision for golfers in the disabled community • Provide ﬁnancial support and guidance for member organizations
Through projects and activities across the USA, the USAGA and its members form an organization: • for wounded veterans to enjoy an individual challenging sport and share camaraderie among fellow veterans. • that provides competitive golﬁng pathways for individuals with impairments. • that brings adaptive golf to school students with special needs. • that undertakes research to accelerate rehabilitation. • that provides golf enhancement tools for those with impairments. • for individuals with physical, developmental, and sensory disabilities.