Golf Association




Event Coordinators

John Riordan (North)

Paul Piercy (South East)

Susie Mew (North London, Midlands, South Central/Coast SW)

National Coordinator

To register for DGA events

Graeme Robertson

Tel: 07932 061680

E: graeme.disabledgolf@gmail.com


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Latest News





An historic day during the DGA's northern event held at Thorne GC in South Yorkshire, where Ben Marlow, our youngest member, scored the first ever recorded Hole-in-One at a DGA event.


What was even more remarkable was that this was not on a par 3, which is what you would normally expect for a hole-in-one. No, this was a 260 yard tee to green par 4! An amazing shot by any stretch, even crossing a water hazard covering the approach to the green.


Many congratulations Ben on an incredible achievement. It was probably fitting that he went on to take 1st place on the day with a very commendable 39pts.





Chris Smith

It is with great sadness that Chris Smith, founder of the Disabled Golf Association (formerly Society) passed away recently. Chris was passionate about disabled golf and without his input in 2010, the DGA would not exist today.


He will be sadly missed.




Just A Reminder...

We now have the facility on Master Scoreboard to book online for future events. 


You can also view competition results and catch up with the Order of Merit race.




Disabled Golf Week


We have an exciting year planned for 2020 - we have our usual 50+ events around the country, but this year we are happy to announce the launch of our first Disabled Golf Week. We hope to make this an annual event and we will be using it to publicise our work and raise funds to continue and expand our activities.   


The week will start on Monday 27th July 2020 with the annual Golf Trust Open at The Shire,

London where over 50 disabled players of all abilities/disabilities will tackle the superb Seve Ballesteros designed course.


During the week DGA members will be doing the Drive2Drive challenge up and down the country. This will involve them playing 18 holes in 1 day on 18 different golf courses. Money will be raised through sponsorship and donations.


The week will finish on Friday 31st July 2020 with a Golf Charity Day at the excellent Whitefield Golf Club. This will be the main fund raising event and we will be looking for sponsors and participants to take part.




Membership of the DGA costs £10.00 per annum for which you will receive a DGA badge for your golf bag and be added to our mailing list to receive our monthly newsletter which includes DGA  news and event updates.


Our golf events cost £40.00 per event and includes a welcome coffee and breakfast roll on arrival, 18 holes of golf with a shared buggy followed by a meal after the days play and presentation of prizes to the top 3 players.


It's all good fun and just a little competitive, so why not come along and join us, we hold events up and down the country so there's sure to be one near you.


Check our events page for more details.





New Rule


Remember you can now leave the pin in the hole when putting. This is good news especially for disabled golfers and will help speed up play.


Well done the R & A.





Super Six


This year we have selected 6 courses from the event schedule, central in each area, the top 3 at the selected clubs will qualify for the end of season final to be played at the prestigious Copt Heath Golf Club in Birmingham.