Date: May 08, 2017

Golfers with a disability


There are great Indigenous Golf Programs available throughout Australia including South Australia.


Please click on the following links for information on SA Indigenous events:



At West Lakes Golf Club held each Tuesday, commencing 1st August 2017 and finishing 26th Sept 2017

State Championship – News

2017 South Australian Aboriginal Peoples Championship

2016 South Australian Aboriginal Peoples Championship

2015 South Australian Aboriginal Peoples Championship

2014 South Australian Aboriginal Peoples Championship

2013 South Australian Aboriginal Peoples Championship

2012 South Australian Aboriginal Peoples Championship


May 2017 – Local school Yalata Anangu has built its very own golf course

APY Lands Clinic May 2012



Golf is a sport that proudly accommodates people with a range of disabilities. A variety of organizations at state and national level are available to assist people with a disability who are looking to play golf.

Our inclusion program provides an opportunity for people who might not have had the opportunity to learn the game of golf, to have a go within a safe and comfortable environment. The program also provides health and social benefits.

The inclusive program is run in conjunction with the City of Adelaide and Inclusive sport SA who each contribute to the program and in turn provide access and learning opportunities for the groups involved.

The program is mainly based out of the Par 3 on Torrens course located within the North Adelaide golf course precinct.

State Organisations

> North Adelaide Golf Course > program info here

> Inclusive Sport SA

Inclusive Sport SA (formerly SASRAPID) is dedicated to building an inclusive culture in sport and recreation in South Australia.

For over three decades, Sasrapid built a strong reputation as a leading organisation for the inclusion of people living with disability into community sport, based on the pioneering work of Marie Little OAM. During this time Sasrapid accumulated a vast knowledge of best practice that can assist sporting groups and clubs to become more inclusive.

> Royal Society for the Blind

Established in Adelaide in over 130 years ago, the Royal Society for the Blind is a not-for-profit organisation that provides services to people who are blind and vision impaired. These services are delivered by a professional, committed and highly qualified team; supported by volunteers drawn from all age groups and walks of life.

Where blindness or vision impairment have a severe impact on a person's lifestyle, the RSB assists them to participate as independently as possible in their community.

> SA Amputee Association

ADGFI/SAAGA is committed to helping amputees and disabled individuals through golf, as a form of rehabilitation and recreation. Organising games of golf on a regular basis at varying courses throughout South Australia and now in partnership with Golf SA providing expert coaching in the wonderful game of golf.

> Reclink

Reclink Australia provides evidence-based sport and art programs to disadvantaged Australians to create socially inclusive, life-changing opportunities.

In partnership with more than 200 community organisations, Reclink Australia's programs create pathways to improved health and wellbeing, education and employment outcomes for all participants.

There is no other social inclusion program in Australia with the reach and impact that Reclink Australia's model currently has.

National Organisations

> Australian Athletes with a Disability
> Blind Golf Australia
> Deaf Sports Australia
> Amputee Golf Australia
> Special Olympics Australia
> Transplant Australia