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Abertay University, Dundee, Scotland and the EDGA are partnered and in the final stages of a research effort looking for golfers with disabilities who are 16 years of age or older to complete a questionnaire that focuses on the effect that golf can have on quality of life and life satisfaction. The questionnaire will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Participants will be entered into a prize draw with opportunities to win an Amazon voucher worth £30 or equivalent dependent on currency.

The National Alliance for Accessible Golf is asking golfers with disabilities to access the link below provided by the Abertay research team to complete the survey. We are also requesting organizations, associations, and programs for golfers with disabilities to share this link with your participants.

Let's contribute to this important community research on a global scale by representing and increasing participation. Time is of the essence! Surveys must be completed prior to August 31 by clicking HERE.  


The National Alliance for Accessible Golf announces the launch of the Golf Access and Inclusion Network™ (GAIN).

Designed to foster national engagement on access and inclusion, GAIN is a free communications forum provided by the Alliance for the adaptive golf community uniting golf, recreation and therapeutic facilities, health and wellness specialists, golf professionals, programs, golfers and those who want to learn.

GAIN is designed to provide easy access to experts and facilitate growth of the adaptive golf community through a broad industry knowledge base.

Executive Director, Dave Barton, PGA, explains “Whether you are asking questions, providing answers, or just listening in for now, the Alliance is inviting you to join and contribute to the Golf Access and Inclusion Network™. Together we are stronger.”

Click GAIN to get started!

National Alliance to be Featured on Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid

Please take a moment to learn more about the National Alliance mission and how you can help through the below video, a version of which is now being featured around the country through August 2024 on Public TV stations as a short form documentary hosted by Dennis Quaid.

Golfers playing on a green in the mountains with blue sky and clouds overhead.

Arc Herkimer and the MV Golf & Event Center

Arc Herkimer, located in Upstate New York, is an agency that provides support services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It also has the distinction of being one of the only human services organizations in the country to own and operate a golf course. Read More

Does Your Course Provide an Accessibility Statement?

The National Alliance provides an Accessibility Statement “template” as a sample to adapt and use to publish your facility policies and help you create a welcoming and inclusive environment for individuals with disabilities. We encourage you to visit our Resources!

ADA Checklist for Golf Facilities

How does your facility measure up? What needs to happen to ensure your facility is designed to welcome golfers of all abilities?

Learn more when you Access the Checklist.

The National Alliance for Accessible Golf is the industry leader in inclusion— working to ensure the opportunity for all individuals with disabilities to play the game of golf and is represented by major golf, recreation and therapeutic organizations across the country.

Use of materials from Golf Inclusion Monthly: Please note, the Alliance encourages you to repurpose and share articles we have written or that have been provided to us for publishing in Golf Inclusion Monthly. We request that you please reference Golf Inclusion Monthly Published by the National Alliance for Accessible Golf and share the link for the article you have sourced. If you have any questions, please reach out to Thank you. 

Thank you to our golf industry friends and supporters who contribute in so many ways to our mission of increasing participation of individuals with disabilities in the game of golf.

Please contact our Executive Director,, if you and/or your company are interested in helping us further enhance our educational and resource offerings as well as generating grant funds to distribute to programs across the country. 

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