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Adaptive Golf
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Adaptive Golf Academy
The Adaptive Golf Academy is a PGA of America Recognized Golf School and accredited as a CE course provider by Florida Physical Therapy Association. The Adaptive Golf Academy is the only team of PGA Professionals and Physical Therapists bringing you the most training and programming experience in adaptive golf than anyone in the world. AGA is committed to helping your organization learn the steps necessary to develop an adaptive golf program. This is accomplished through our Adaptive Golf Coach Training Workshop and Program Consultation Course
David@AdaptiveGolfAcademy.com
941-650-5750
USA
 
Adaptive Golf Foundation of America
The Adaptive Golf Foundation of America, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing specialized adaptive golf instruction, life skills, custom equipment and personal enhancement for all physically challenged individuals ages 5-99. Instructional and educational golf programs follow Adaptive Golf Foundation of America guidelines.
888-364-FLAG
Florida, USA
 
Buddie's Buddies
Buddie's Buddies is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to enhance the personal and physical growth of participants with disabilities. The organization offers recreational and educational programs for physically challenged people who wish to play golf.
bbutterfield@kc.rr.com
913-381-4237
Kansas, USA
 
Childrens Golf Foundation
The Childrens Golf Foundation is home to the Michael B. Finnegan Golf Teaching and Learning Center, a 22 acre facility dedicated to the sport of golf for children with disabilities.
561-842-0066
Florida, USA
 
DASA Sports
DASA provides year-round sport activities with quarterly family and friend events. The programs are instructed by volunteer coaches whom have taken the American Coaching Effectiveness Program. A variety of sports are offered: such as Basketball, Swimming, Track and Road Racing, Golf, Martial Arts, Archery, Sled Hockey, Rock Climbing, Stand-up Soccer, and Power Soccer.
636-477-0716
Missouri, USA
 
Disabled Sports USA Far West
Disabled Sports USA Far West leads the way in adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities. With 40 years of experience, our trained staff and volunteers guide you in discovering life without limits. Disabled Sports USA has more than 85 chapters and serves more than 60,000 people nationwide.
dsusa@disabledsports.net
916-722-6447
California, USA
 
Eagle Mount
Therapeutic recreation programs offered for people with disabilities and children with cancer. Programs include swimming, horseback riding, golf, ice skating, and others.
eaglemount@eaglemount.org
406-586-1781
Montana, USA
 
Eastern Amputee Golf Association
A regional resource for amputees who play golf or are interested in the sport. EAGA's prime purpose is to organize and conduct amputee golfing events and "Learn to Golf" clinics for any physically challenged individual.
info@eaga.org
888-868-0992
Pennsylvania, USA
 
For Hope
Fore Hope is a nationally recognized, non-profit organization that uses golf as an instrument to help in the rehabilitation of persons with disabilities or an inactive lifestyle. The Fore Hope team consists of certified recreational therapists and golf professionals.
forehope@forehope.org
614-870-7299
Ohio, USA
 
Grand Rapids Wheelchair Sports Association
GRWSA offers golf outings, wheelchair tennis, wheelchair racing, Jr. Wheelchair Basketball, wheelchair basketball, and water skiing. The association also sponsors a number of teams and a summer sports camp for kids.
info2.nospam@grwsa.com
616-242-0351
Michigan, USA
 
Offers numerous wheelchair sports and recreation programs including, swimming, wheelchair football, wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, sled hockey, table tennis, wheelchair tennis, track and field, junior basketball, and golf.
443-923-7844
Maryland, USA
 
Kids In Disability Sports, Inc.
Located in greater Lowell, offering sports activities including golf, soccer, baseball, basketball and bowling. Social activities also occur throughout the year and include holiday parties, dances and trips to local sporting events.
Massachusetts, USA
 
Magnolia Unlimited Sports
Magnolia Unlimited Sports is a non-profit organization that helps people with disabilities within the greater Mid-South (Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas) region realize their dream of participating in sporting and recreational activities. Programs are designed for athletes with cerebral palsy, amputations, spinal cord injury, muscular dystrophy, dwarfism, blindness, and many other conditions and offer the opportunity to participate competitively and recreationally in track, field, swimming, tennis, basketball, archery, golf, volleyball, ice hockey, handcycling, and many other sports.
info@magnoliaunlimitedsports.com
MIssissippi, USA
 
Michigan Sports Unlimited, Inc.
Organizes wheelchair sports and recreational events in the state of Michigan. Programs include, archery, baseball, cycling, golf, kayaking, racing, shooting, skiing, waterskiing, basketball, rugby, soccer, and tennis.
989-771-5530
Michigan, USA
 
National Alliance for Accessible Golf
The National Alliance for Accessible Golf ("Alliance") is an organization working to ensure the opportunity for all individuals with disabilities to play the game of golf. The Alliance is represented by major golf organizations in the United States, organizations that provide services for people with disabilities, and others who advocate for the inclusion of people with disabilities into society. Through GAIN (Golf: Accessible and Inclusive Networks) and other programs, the Alliance promotes inclusion and awareness to the golf industry, golf instructors, and the public.
info@accessgolf.org
703-234-4136
Virginia, USA
 
Special Needs Sports Corporation
Special Needs Sports is a non-profit organization that coordinates child and adult programs created to expose children and young adults with disabilities to the world of sports. Players can participate in golf, soccer, basketball, bowling, field hockey....as well as other activities that are currently under development. There are three sessions offered throughout the year- fall session, winter session and summer session.
levarts001@rochester.rr.com
585-865-9320
New York, USA
 
Sports Association of Gaylord Hospital
Offers indtroductory clinics and programs on a wide variety of wheelchair sports. The association also supports a large number of teams throughout Connecticut.
 
St. Louis Wheelchair Athletic Association
Provides wheelchair sports to individuals with permanent physical disabilities in St. Louis, MO and the surrounding areas. Activities include, quad rugby, wheelchair softball, track & field, adaptive water skiing, adaptive snow skiing, wheelchair tennis, adaptive golf, scuba diving, and more.
(314) 768-5325
 
Tennessee Wheelchair Athletic Association
Tennessee Wheelchair Athletic Association is a 501c-3 non-profit organization that promotes and supports wheelchair sports and activities though funding by donations and wheelchair sports exhibitions. Sports programs include: Tennis, basketball, water skiing, quad rugby, fishing, golf, softball, and track & field.
Tennessee
 
United States Golf Association
Resource Center for Individuals with Disabilities- Gathers and makes available, vital information to potential or current golfers with disabilities and other interested members of the golf and medical communities.
 
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