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2.8. Golf

National Alliance For Accessible Golf
The Alliance creates and promotes awareness about the benefits of accessible golf. In addition to online publications and social media marketing, the Alliance engages in speaking opportunities at conferences and other public events. The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) is expanding its efforts to provide financial assistance and resources to help make the game of golf more accessible to people with disabilities. With this funding from the USGA, the Alliance administers the grant application process for organizations providing golf programs for individuals with disabilities.
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Website: http://www.accessgolf.org/index.cfm

United States Golf Association (USAG)
The United States Golf Association (USGA) is the United States' national association of golf courses, clubs and facilities and the governing body of golf for the U. S. and Mexico. Individuals needing answers to particular member questions can contact the USGA via telephone, fax or email and can normally expect a reply within 24 to 48 hours.
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Website: http://www.usga.org/

Eastern Amputee Golf Association
The EAGA was incorporated in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in February, 1987 and is a non-profit, non-partisan, and non-sectarian, 501(c)(3) charitable organization. It comprises the following states: ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT, NY, NJ, PA, MD, DE, MD, VA, WV, & DC; however, our members are from all over the world including a total of 42 states. The EAGA mission is to assist in the rehabilitation of amputees and provide for their general welfare, both physical and psychological, through the medium of golf and its associated activities. Amputee Membership is open to any individual who has experienced the loss of one or more extremities at a major joint due to amputation or birth defect. Those with other types of amputation are considered for membership on an individual basis. Associate Membership is available to all non-amputees who are interested in our activities and support the work of the association.
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Website: http://www.eagagolf.org/index.html


United States Disabled Golf Association
The United States Disabled Golf Association provides people with physical, sensory, and intellectual disabilities an opportunity to showcase his or her ability in a golf championship at the highest level in the USA. Contact USDGA if you are interested in participating in a USDGA championship or clinics. We cannot successfully meet our mission unless we know there are golfers that are interested in learning the sport of golf, along with competing with other disabled persons.
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Website: http://www.usdga.net/

Western Amputee Golf Association
Established in 1968, the Western Amputee Golf Association (WAGA) was started by individuals who enjoy playing golf and wished to promote health and friendships. It is open to all ages and to both men and women in similar situations. The support, sharing of ideas and comradery brings new meaning to the game of golf for those who have lost a limb and thought golf was no longer an option. WAGA tournaments are open to everyone; many members have invited family and friends to join us, and they have returned year after year.
Website: http://wagagolf.org/

Adaptive Golfers
Adaptive Golfers helps you find the answers and create the golf game you want. Adaptive Golfers has experienced instructors, manufacturers, and organizations working day in and day out on helping people with challenges discover the wonders and therapeutic values of golf.
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Website: https://www.adaptivegolfers.org/home.html



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