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FAQ & Contact

How to get in touch and some questions and answers

Some recent enquiries . . . . . just click on the question to find the answers?

1. Can you look after our disabled son, while we go golf?

2. I am not fully fit just yet, can I just play a few holes or a short course?

3. How do I qualify for your team competitions against other countries?

4. I have a 24 handicap at my golf club, is it okay to use this with SDGC?

5. How and why did you form the Scottish Disability Golf & Curling group?

6. I would like to get a golf handicap with the SDGC, how do I go about this?

7. When I get some golf or curling lessons, do I need to bring any equipment with me?

8. Where do you get your funding?

9. Do you take all types of disabilities as members of the SDGC and are there any limits?

10. What happends if it rains during a game?

11. I have a special diet and am diabetic, can you help with this?

12. I need a golf cart or buggy when I play golf, do you provide them?

13. I have some balance issues when I stand to play shots, are you able to help me?

14. How do I get out there and started on the ice?

15. What are Sticks & Stones and how do they work?

16. What are the new golfing rules and how do they affect me?

17. I work weekdays full time, why aren't there more weekend games?

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