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Sport: Activity, Stick & Ball Sports
Cupar, United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

Today's round of golf is a challenge match. If you’re game, come and challenge yourself, give golf a go!

Get in touch if you’d like more details and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

SDGC participant about to hit a ball from the fairway with Golf Pro watching and giving tips 29/08/2020
Sport: Activity, Stick & Ball Sports
Isle of Harris , United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

The Central Classic is another golf competition we organise each year for our golfing members. It runs over two days, each day consisting of 5 hours on the course. If you’re game, come and have a go!

Please get in touch and we can fill you in on more details.

SDGC participant about to hit a ball from the fairway with Golf Pro watching and giving tips 30/07/2020
Sport: Activity, Stick & Ball Sports
Lanark, United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

One of the competitions we organise each year for our golfing members is the National Order of Merit Championship, which includes around 20 competitions. If you’re game, come and have a go!

Get in touch if you’d like more details and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Scottish Open 2019 Nett Winners 20/07/2020
Sport: Activity, Wheelchair Sports
Plymouth, United Kingdom

Regional Skills Camps are a wonderful way to introduce new young players to the incredible team sport of wheelchair basketball. The Skills Camps will also support and develop the playing skills of current club juniors.

The Skills Camps are fun, exciting and packed full of wheelchair basketball. Our friendly coaches will lead the sessions which will include a skills focus and game play, as well as Glow in the Dark wheelchair basketball. All attendees will experience a competitive game environment during their attendance at a Skills Camp.

A Young Activators course will run prior to the skills camp from 10-11am for established junior wheelchair basketball players who wish to enhance their role in the sport with modules including; officiating and court management to name a couple. For more details please get in touch via our contact details below.

Skill Camp attendees 27/08/2020
Sport: Activity, Wheelchair Sports
Loughborough , United Kingdom

Regional Skills Camps are a wonderful way to introduce new young players to the incredible team sport of wheelchair basketball. The Skills Camps will also support and develop the playing skills of current club juniors.

The Skills Camps are fun, exciting and packed full of wheelchair basketball. Our friendly coaches will lead the sessions which will include a skills focus and game play, as well as Glow in the Dark wheelchair basketball. All attendees will experience a competitive game environment during their attendance at a Skills Camp.

A Young Activators course will run prior to the skills camp from 10-11am for established junior wheelchair basketball players who wish to enhance their role in the sport with modules including; officiating and court management to name a couple. For more details please get in touch via our contact details below.

Skills Camp 26/08/2020
Sport: Jogging & Running
Nottingham , United Kingdom

Parallel is UK's first all-inclusive challenge run with the opportunity to take part in 10km, 5km, 1km, 100 m or 1km super sensory. All abilities, all ages.

Sport: Football Sports
Salford , United Kingdom

Fun and entertaining sessions that is open to all ages and abilities.

Sport: Target Sports
Bath, United Kingdom

Different teams compete by throwing their coloured balls as close to the target ball (the Jack ball) as possible.

Teams score points by the number of their balls closest to the Jack ball.

The League meets 4 times a season and there is a winner of each separate tournament.

Sport: Target Sports, Athletics, Football Sports, Swimming Activities, Wheelchair Sports
Inverness, United Kingdom

The Charity - Highland Disability Sport along with High Life Highland arrange an Annual Activity Programme of sport for school age and adult participants. It is for Regional Competition and those that show promise and have a talent are encouraged to continue and develop their talent in their chosen sport with the help of specially trained coaches. From the Regional Competition selected participants compete at National Events.

Sport: Cycling Sports
Gravesend, United Kingdom

We run dedicated coaching sessions for disabled riders who want to keep fit, have fun and improve performance through regular interaction with professional Go-Ride Coaches. Both experienced and new riders of any age will be eligible to attend the sessions, which are open to disabled riders. British Cycling has a fleet of 2 wheeled bikes for riders to borrow along with some adapted bikes at the venue including handcycles and trikes. Riders should contact the coach beforehand to discuss their individual needs. Contact Jimmy McCormack on 07534281266 or jimmymccormack@britishcycling.org.uk beforehand to discuss their aspirations and requirements for the session.