GSGA Adaptive Golf Program

A complimentary community golf program with a mission to empower individuals with physical, cognitive or sensory impairments to enhance one’s life through the game of golf.

Monthly Clinics

The GSGA Adaptive Golf Program hosts monthly clinics providing participants with golf clubs, training aids, range balls, on-course learning and single-rider adaptive golf carts when available.

The purpose of the program is to help anyone of any age and ability find the best techniques and resources to play and enjoy golf! 

2024 Clinic Schedule

2024 Clinic & Lead Coach Information

2024 New Participant Registration Form

(New participants: Please print and fill out form above before attending first clinic)

GSGA Adaptive Clinics.
GSGA Kids Adaptive Golf.

Kids Adaptive Golf

Join us at one of our monthly Adaptive Golf Clinics for Kids!

The clinics are designed for youth ages 5 and up with varying physical, cognitive and sensory challenges to learn a new skill and have fun with our trained adaptive golf coaches and other clinic participants! 

If you would like to learn more about Kids Adaptive Golf, contact Katie Morgenroth at

Upcoming Kids Adaptive Clinics:

Saturday, February 17
PGA TOUR Superstore, Kennesaw
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 23
City Club Marietta, Marietta
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Kids Adaptive Golf Clinic Registration

Kids Adaptive Golf Volunteer Registration

Military Veterans Adaptive Golf

This program is designed to introduce golf to Georgia’s Service Men and Women, and Veterans in recovery, to improve their physical and mental well-being.

The GSGA MVAG program began in 2019 through a Department of Veterans Affairs Sports Grant award. We were extremely proud to have reached 210 Military/Veterans between both our Savannah and Columbus sites through 2022.

If you would like to learn more about participating, volunteering, or supporting this program, contact David Windsor at to stay informed. 

GSGA Military Veterans Adaptive Golf
GSGA Adaptive Golf Volunteers

Adaptive Golf Volunteer Opportunities

There are numerous ways to get involved with our Adaptive Golf Program. As we continue to expanding programming across the state, here are some ways that you and your club can get involved:

  • Volunteer at one of our monthly clinics
  • Inform someone with an adaptive need about our complimentary clinics
  • Host a GSGA Adaptive Golf clinic or outing to enhance more lives and help bring awareness in our communities

If interested in volunteering, contact Craig Sullivan at

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