Adaptive Golf

Adaptive Golf Programs | Programs for People with Disabilities

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Have you always loved to golf but find it hard to get back on the course because of a disability or limited mobility due to age? Or are you a senior or someone with a disability who has always wanted to learn how to play?

From spring to fall, Walton Foundation hosts FREE monthly Adaptive Golf Clinics in Augusta, which include instruction on the practice range and the potential for course play. Both beginners and longtime golfers ages 15 and older are welcome to participate free of charge.

Led by volunteer coaches, the clinics are designed for people who have faced life-changing or acute illnesses or injuries, including:

  • Limited mobility due to age
  • Joint injuries or post-surgery limitations
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Other mobility and sensory impairments

Augusta Adaptive Golf Clinic

Adaptive golf clinics are held every second Tuesday from March to November from 10 a.m. to noon at The First Tee of Augusta, 3165 Damascus Rd. OR at Wedges and Woods, 3731 Wrightsboro Rd., Augusta, Ga.

2018 Dates

  • March 13
  • April 10
  • May 8 (Wedges & Woods)
  • June 12 (Wedges & Woods)
  • July 10 (Wedges & Woods)
  • August 7 (Wedges & Woods)
  • September 11
  • October 9
  • November 13

Augusta Adaptive Golf Match Play

Adaptive golf match play are held every third Tuesday from March to November from 10 a.m. until complete at various locations.

2018 Dates

  • March 20
  • April 17
  • May 15
  • June 19
  • July 17
  • August 14
  • September 18
  • October 16
  • November 6


Tournament Date: October 2018 at Forest Hills Golf Course

Registration- 11:00am

Shotgun Start- 12:30pm

Reservations are appreciated.
For reservations, more information or to join our mailing list for clinic reminders,
please contact: Mark Crawford at 706-305-7431 or email


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Walton Foundation’s Adaptive Golf Program is supported by the National Alliance for Accessible Golf and the United States Golf Association.