The mission of Golf For All is to promote, advocate and publicize the free participation of all individuals with disabilities in the game of golf.
We assert that all disabled individuals can benefit both physically and emotionally through the introduction of golf as an ancillary therapy, regardless of race, creed, age, gender, ability, socio-economic condition or experience.
Why Golf For All?
Through the game of golf, individuals with disabilities become actively engaged in the social fabric of a community and derive health benefits that improve quality of life. A major part of this process is educating the disabled individual of the therapeutic and rehabilitative possibilities of golf, and persuading the able-bodied golfer of the social, recreational and competitive opportunities that such a program engenders. Too many potential golfers are languishing and inactive in the mistaken belief that golf is beyond their physical limitations.
Who We Serve
As such, Golf For All seeks to reach the full spectrum of men, women and children who contend with chronic limitations such as:
- amputation or partial paralysis
- spinal cord and brain injuries
- post-traumatic stress disorder
- multiple sclerosis
- cerebral palsy and other similarly debilitating disorders.
We also reach out to amputees, survivors of stroke and/or cancer, and Special Olympians.