England Golf contributes towards the development of the England Golf Partnership's strategy to address the issues of equity, equality and inclusion of disabled people, within golf. We are committed in supporting the implementation of the Whole Sport Plan, taking into account the wide range of issues that affect disabled people, with the ultimate aim that more people are encouraged to play golf and are better represented within the game.
The development of golfers with disabilities is crucial to the growth of the sport. Across the country, thousands of disabled people are being given the opportunity to maximise their potential, mainly through the dedication and commitment of our County Golf Partnerships, golf clubs, community organisations and sporting partnerships.
In order to ensure we are successful in growing disability golf it is essential that we are aware of the relevant policies and legislation that are in place. Above you will find important links to "Equality of Human Rights - Disability", the "Disability Discrimination Act", and the "Equality Act 2010".
National Disability Golf Forum
Golf is a game for everyone regardless of any indifference or disability. To ensure fair opportunity and best practice, England Golf strive to understand the needs of various disabilities that may affect some individuals who wish to enter the game. The England Golf Partnership have therefore set-up a National Disability in Golf Forum, with the following bodies:
Below are the sites of other trusted supporters: