Accessible Powys Golf at Cradoc Golf Club

The Disabled Golf Society is divided into different areas of the UK. Existing members cover a wide range of disabilities and ages including a Junior section. The society provides information on accessibility at courses, tuition and adaptations for equipment including buggies.

New members are warmly welcomed so whether you have played golf before or like our researcher you are new to the sport, it is a great way to learn or improve a skill with the added bonus of the camaraderie of team members who also have an understanding of easier access needs and some stunning scenic backdrops.

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Golfers reap the benefits of “Disability Coaching with ISPS Handa”

Jordan Rosser (front R) receives tips from PGA Academy Coach Craig (front L) Thomas along with Tom Beard (back L), Lesley Bain (back M) and Mark Smith (back R) ()
Jordan Rosser (front R) receives tips from PGA Academy Coach Craig (front L) Thomas along with Tom Beard (back L), Lesley Bain (back M) and Mark Smith (back R) ()

Golfers with a range of disabilities took part in a special academy clinic at Celtic Manor this week, as part of the ISPS HANDA PGA Academy Programme which delivers ‘inclusive’ coaching sessions to hundreds of golfers with disabilities across the UK. Continue reading