The clubs listed here have made a pledge to welcome disabled people into their existing activity or run disability specific golfing activity.
By clicking on a club you can find out what activity they have coming up. If there is no activity listed then you can use the contact details supplied to contact the club.
The types of activities the clubs will offer are:
Short session, usually an hour. Find out more about the sport, tour the golfing club, meet a golfing professional, Q&A session, learn the basics and hit some balls in a mini-coaching session.
A step-by-step guide to the basics, from grip and posture to golf etiquette and how to play a full game. Vary across the country, but usually five weeks for £25. Some women-only courses available.
The chance for individuals, or friends or family to visit the club, hit some balls and find out what the club has to offer you
School holiday camps for juniors to keep learning and improving their golf whilst having fun and getting out on to the course to play.
If there is not an inclusive club near to you, you can use the Learn to Play tab to find your local club offering activity
In choosing to declare their venue as inclusive for disabled people, the facility/club pledges to welcome disabled people in to its teaching, playing and club environment. This is a self-declaration made by the club/facility.