FORE ALL is the homepage for a non-profit sports, leisure, and recreation management company that is dedicated to all-inclusiveness, and expanding the sport of golf to the disabled. Their site contains information about the National Accessible Golf Course, details of their adaptive golf workshops, news, and a for sale section for used equipment. If you would like more information please visit their page or contact them directly at: P.O. Box 2456 Kensington, Maryland 20891-2456, Telephone: 301-881-1818, Fax: 301-881-2828, or email: FORE_ALL@juno.com
National Alliance for Accessible Golf was formed in the summer of 2001 by leaders from the golf industry and representatives of organizations serving people with disabilities and golfers with disabilities. The mission of the Alliance is to increase participation of people with disabilities in the game of golf. The "Alliance" is housed at Indiana University's National Center on Accessibility in Bloomington, Indiana, and is administered by a Board of Directors representing those organizations instrumental in forming the Alliance. The NAAG is located at 501 North Morton Street, Suite 109, Bloomington, IN 47404. To contact, phone: (812) 856-4422, TTY: (812) 856-4421, Fax: (812) 856-4480, or e-mail email@example.com
National Center for Accessibility: Access to Golf page offers links to information on rule making, accessibility, publications on golfing for people with disabilities, golf organizations and golf adaptive products. This is a great resource for anyone interested in golf for people with disabilities.
United States Blind Golf Association will assist you on how blind golf is played, its rules, member qualifications, and tournament schedules.
United States Golf Association: Resource Center for Individuals with Disabilities USGA believes that golf's enjoyment should be accessible to all. From this commitment, the Resource Center for Individuals with Disabilities was created to make golf more accessible for the growing population of individuals with disabilities. The Resource Center does this by gathering, and making available, vital information to potential or current golfers with disabilities and other interested members of the golf and medical communities.
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