Blind Golf Scotland

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Activity
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Bat & Ball Sports
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Gentle Exercise
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Gentle Fitness
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Leisure Activities & Games
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Outdoor Activities
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Stick & Ball Sports
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Target Sports
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Walking Activities & Sports

Overview

We are a registered charity whose purpose is to provide access to training, support and competitions to registered blind and visually impaired people in Scotland (B1, B2, B3 and B4).

Recognised as a governing body by The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews we offer access to local, national and international competitions.

Blind Golf Scotland are an associate member country of the International Blind Golf Association which oversees international golf competitions for blind golfers.

We've had quite a bit of success at tournaments over the years, including the 'Auld Enemy' matches against England and even at the 2019 US Open Blind Golf Championship!

All ages are welcome, men and are women invited, no prior golf experience nor equipment is necessary. We're a fun and friendly bunch so get in touch! We'd love to meet you!

Check out our inspiring videos on our website: https://scottishblindgolf.com/about-us/media/gallery-and-videos/
Cup Celebrations at Padeswood

Club features

Impairment types:
Visual
Staff experience:
We have a lot of experience working with disabled people, and have undergone specialised training
Activity format:
Team based
Availiable sessions:
Mixed gender
LGBTQ
Children & youth sessions
Adult
Elderly
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Location:

5 The Round
Dunfermline
KY12 7YH
United Kingdom

Telephone number:

07368436478

Attending the club:

First year's membership is free, thereafter fees are £30 per year.

We have players and guides all over Scotland who take part in both national and international tournaments. All are welcome. Why not give it a go?

For enquiries, please contact us at enquiries@scottishblindgolf.com or go to our website: scottishblindgolf.com.

When we meet:

There are various events throughout the year and coaching can take place at any time.

Equipment:

We can lend golf clubs so there is no need to have your own equipment, no prior golf experience is necessary.

We have some sighted guides who can drive you to tournaments and assist you on the greens.

We have members all over Scotland so you're bound to find something close to where you live.

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