"Golf 4 The Disabled is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission of improving the lives of people with disabilities through the game of golf. The core of our program is teaching golf to people with disabilities and raising money for that purpose."
PGA pro Dick Hartman assists a student with his grip.
Why Should I Play Adaptive Golf?
- Learning to play golf is fun and is a great way to make new friends and enjoy the outdoors, while getting recreational therapy.
- We have our own PGA professionals who teach golf to people with a variety of disabilities (with and without the use of any aids).
- We have our own adaptive equipment including clubs and single-rider carts.
- Classes include group instruction and individual instruction on the driving range, chipping area, and putting green.
- Volunteers are available to help as needed, providing special assistance on a case-by-case basis.
- Shuttle service is available from the parking lot to the driving range or putting green where the classes take place!
How Much do Classes Cost?
- Cost is $30/session (five 1-hour group lessons): includes range balls, golf equipment, and adaptive aids.
When and Where are Classes?
- Contact a Satellite Director for class availability in Colorado Springs or Boulder.
- Please click on “G4TD Class Information Flyer 2017” for a complete overview of our summer program.
- 2017 Summer Class Schedule will be available soon
How Do I Get There?
- Students usually arrive on Access-A-Ride or are driven to the course by a friend or family member if they aren't able to drive themselves. We are also investigating a taxi service partnership.
How Do I Sign Up?
- Just ask/Contact Frank Martorella at (303) 579-7927.
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