GSGA Adaptive Golf Championship Event History

The GSGA Adaptive Golf Championship began in 2019 and is open to players from all disability categories with a nationally recognized golf handicap index and an Access Pass or WR4GD Pass through the EDGA. GSGA membership and Georgia residency are NOT requirements.

Year
Champion
Hometown
Runner-Up
Result
Site
2019
Tracy Ramin (Overall), Cathy Walch (Women's), Billy Fryar (Seated)
Michigan (Ramin), Georgia (Walch), Arkansas (Fryar)
147 (Ramin), 175 (Walch), 177 (Fryar)
Bobby Jones Golf Course, Atlanta
2021
Chris Biggins (Overall), Deborah Smith (Women's), Billy Fryar (Seated)
Alabama (Biggins), Illinois (Smith), Arkansas (Fryar
132 (Biggins), 188 (Smith), 169 (Fryar)
Bobby Jones Golf Course, Atlanta

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