It is my goal on this page to bring you up to date with what is going on in the USBGA, the Michigan disabled golf and other local golf tournaments
The United States Blind Golf Association is probably the best known Association for a blind person to join. It gives you a true value of how your game is progressing as a blind individual. It offers Tournaments and lessons to help advance the game of bolf in the blind community.
I tried and learned i need to improve my game a lot! But, my poor showing , will only help to make me practice more and harder to bring my game to the level i want it. You can check out the association by clicking on the link below.
There is a new association being formed. It is the American Blind Golf Assoc. It is just getting started ,but you can check it out at the link below.
I have also found that many local areas have disabled golf events that are open for the blind. We have a couple good ones in the metro Detroit area. The Oakland county parks offers a great oppertunity for blind and disabled people to enjoy and learn the game. There is also the adaptive golf in Flint and Go for Golf in the Lansing area. All three ladies do a great job helping all participants.
You can contact Sandy at Oakland County Parks by clicking on the following link.
Oakland County Parks
You can contact Monica with the Michigan Adaptive Golf at the following link.
Michigan Adaptive Golf
You can contact Jeanne at Go for Golfing at the following link.
Go 4 Golf
Here is some local current events coming up soon!
Golf lessons on Monday's at Beechwood in Southfield berween 5pm and 6 pm . Cost $12
League play Tuesday's at 8:30 a. m. Red Oaks in Madison Heights. Cost $15. residents and $20. non -residents.
Warren Orlick Memorial Handicap tournament. August 19 9:30 a. m. Cost $40 at White lake oaks.
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