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Why is "access and inclusion" important in the game of golf?

Jan Bel Jan, ASGCA, National Alliance Board Member and past President of the American Society of Golf Course Architects shares her experiences and the importance of raising awareness of the value the game of golf to individuals with disabilities.

Budgeting for Access

Offsetting Costs

By Dave Barton, PGA - I think it is important as I present the below information to share with you that I do not do my own taxes. I am actually pretty dang good with math – I just hate doing my personal taxes. 

When it comes to taxes for golf facilities or other organizations I have been associated with, I have generally been fortunate enough to have access to CPAs who seem to love numbers as well as the other elements that go into an annual tax return. Thank goodness! Read More

Making Golf Accessible at the U.S. Adaptive Open

I knew this tournament was special the moment I arrived on property. There was a unique excitement in the air.

By Chava McKeel - The second annual U.S. Adaptive Open, hosted by the USGA, was played July 10-12 at Pinehurst No. 6, in the Village of Pinehurst, N.C.

I had the unique opportunity to attend the Open as a member of the executive committee of the National Alliance for Accessible Golf.

Read More @ GCM Online

Check out this recent edition of the ModGolf Podcast with Kevin Corn, PGA and host Colin Weston!

The Healing Power of Golf for Kids

"All the children at Ranken Jordan are medically complex. We have kids in hospital beds and wheelchairs and walkers. They're on ventilators, they've got feeding tubes and regardless of what they're facing they hit golf balls. It's a very powerful afternoon and no better way to spend a day than helping them get better through golf."

Golf Course Accessibility Statement

Does your golf course provide an accessibility statement that welcomes golfers of all abilities to your property? Do you outline policies when access might be limited due to weather or maintenance efforts? That's GREAT if you do! If you don't, we provide a template to get you started so visit our resources and download today to get started. 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.

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