Scottish Disability Golf & Curling

Sports category:

Stick & Ball Sports
,
Target Sports

Overview

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.

Check out our website or get in touch for more information and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Club features

Impairment types:
Aged 50+
Staff experience:
We have a lot of experience working with disabled people, and have undergone specialised training
Activity format:
Individual
SDGC logo

Location:

The St Andrews Golf Club
13 The Links,
St Andrews
KY16 9JB
United Kingdom

Telephone number:

07903 596 552

Email address:

Attending the club:

You're welcome to come along and give it a go, then if you'd like to get involved with any of our future golf or curling sessions you can look at becoming a member.

Head to our website or get in touch if you'd like more information.

When we meet:

We organise 60-odd events each year, head to our website for more details or get in touch if you're unsure.

Equipment:

For Golf:
it's ideal to have your own set of clubs, balls, gloves & hat - though not to worry if not as you can hire these items at the golf pro shop at the venue. Please make sure to abide by the relevant dress code for the golf course you attend (usually smart casual clothing and enclosed footwear, no blue denim).

For Curling:
No special equipment required, just warm clothing. Anti-slip footwear can be provided, along with curling cues and ice gear as necessary.

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling online

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