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 2018” for a complete overview of our summer program.
Summer Class Session I
- 9 - 10am
- Tuesdays: May 1st - May 29th
Summer Class Session II
- Tuesdays: June 26th - July 24th
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.