Adaptive Golf Program

About Adaptive Golf

This complimentary all-inclusive community golf program is powered collaboratively by the GSGA and Adaptive Golf Association. The purpose of adaptive golf is to help anyone (with a focus on individuals with mobility and cognitive challenges) find the best techniques and resources to play and enjoy golf!

The program is open to all ages of both youth and adults and provides specialized equipment that gives you control of your swing. The mission of the program is to empower indiviuals with physical, cognitive or sensory impairments to enhance one's life through the game of golf. 

WANTED: More program sites throughout the state of Georgia! If you would like to become a host site or assist us in developing a program in your community, please email or call (678) 961-GSGA (4742). There are numerous ways you can get involved.

Participant Registration Form


Adaptive Golf South Atlanta
Canongate I Golf Club (924 Shaw Road, Sharpsburg, GA 30277)
2nd Tuesday of each month;
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. April thru October
1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. November thru March

Click here for details Click here to RSVP

Adaptive Golf Midtown Atlanta
Bobby Jones Golf Club (2205 Northside Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30305)
3rd Tuesday of each month;
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. April thru October
1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. November thru March

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Adaptive Golf North Atlanta
RiverPines Golf (4775 Old Alabama Rd, Johns Creek, GA 30022)
4th Tuesday of each month;

UPDATE: Due to the holidays, our regularly-scheduled clinic every 4th Tuesday at RiverPines will be cancelled on December 24. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday and see you in January 2020!

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. April thru October
1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. November thru March

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Adaptive Golf Augusta
Augusta Municipal Golf Course (2023 Highland Avenue, Augusta, GA 30904)
1st Wednesday of each month 
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Wedges & Woods (3731 Wrightsboro Rd, Augusta, GA 30909)
3rd Wednesday of each month

UPDATE: Due to the holidays, our regularly-scheduled clinic every 3rd Wednesday at Wedges & Woods will be moved up to December 11 this month.

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Adaptive Golf Savannah
Hunter Golf Club (1546 Perimeter Rd # 8205, Savannah, GA 31409)
1st Saturday of each month; 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

UPDATE: In December, our Saturday clinic will be held on December 14 and will include a complimentary lunch social and an afternoon Play Day for all Savannah program participants, caregivers and volunteers!

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Adaptive Golf Valdosta
Stone Creek Golf Club (4553 Greenway Drive, Valdosta, GA 31602)
3rd Wednesday of each month; 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

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River Pines GC, Johns Creek
​Hunter Army GC, Savannah
Taylors Creek GC, Fort Stewart
Wolf Creek GC, Atlanta
​City Club Marietta, Marietta
UGA Golf Course, Athens
The Georgia Club, Statham
​Stone Mountain GC, Stone Mountain
​Lake Arrowhead Yacht & CC, Waleska
Shepherd Center, Atlanta
​PGA TOUR Superstore, Kennesaw & Roswell
​Center for Visually Impaired, Atlanta
​Topgolf, Alpharetta & Midtown
Wedges & Woods
Bobby Jones Golf Club, Atlanta
Canongate I Golf Club, Sharpsburg
Augusta Municipal Golf Course

Volunteer Opportunities

There are numeours ways you can get involved in our Adaptive Golf program. We need your help in supporting our Adaptive Golf initiatives as we continue to expand across the state. Here are some ways that you and your club can get involved...

  • Volunteer at one of the many GSGA Adaptive Golf Clinics
  • Host a GSGA Adaptive Golf outing at your club 
  • Recruit new participants that can benefit from the program

If interested, please contact Bob Thibodeau at 770-856-9442

David Windsor

David Windsor, PGA of America Class A Member, is considered one of the country’s foremost experts in teaching adaptive golfers (individuals with physical, cognitive and/or sensory impairments), so they may learn, play and enjoy the sport to enhance their quality of life.  He has been instructing adaptive golf classes every week for the last 18 years, introducing or in many instances, re-introducing the game as a means of therapy, for those in recovery to accelerate healing and inviting anyone to “experience the possible” and enhance their lives.

Gaining extensive coaching knowledge and program experience in these processes, Windsor developed the Adaptive Golf Academy in 2006 (, as the education platform to empower PGA/LPGA Professionals and Teachers across the country to learn best practices on coaching this deserving population. Through Adaptive Golf Coach/Program Workshops, Teachers and Therapy Professionals from across the country come together to learn, share and apply a variety of adaptations in becoming a confident trained adaptive golf coach to serve their communities.

David's dedication to teaching individuals of all ages and abilities is very evident, having been the recipient of a PGA Section special award a combined seven times across both the North Florida and Georgia Sections of the PGA, to include: "Teacher of the Year," "Junior Golf Leader" and the "Patriot Award.” In 2015, David became the recipient of the PGA of America’s National “Patriot Award,” in recognition of his personification of patriotism through the game, having served thousands of injured and disabled Military Veterans of all generations and their families with recurring adaptive golf programs with VA hospitals.

After 16 years in Sarasota, FL, David now resides in Atlanta, GA serving as Director for the Georgia State Golf Association’s Adaptive Golf Program, developing recurring, impactful adaptive golf clinics and experiences statewide while sharing this model during his AGA workshops for other state organizations to implement.


The Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) is the governing body of golf in Georgia and serves as an Allied Golf Association to the United States Golf Association (USGA). Membership in the GSGA is open to all golfers, facilities and golf clubs throughout the state. Golfers that join the GSGA have access to invaluable resources that allow them to advance their knowledge of the game and numerous opportunities to play in both competitive and fun, casual events. By becoming a member of the GSGA, you will be joining a community that includes more than 350 clubs and 75,000 golfers who all have one thing in common: a passion for the game of golf.