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Welcome to the SDGC

Golf and curling for people with disabilities

Introduction

 

The SDGC was created in January 2018 and is a Registered Scottish Charity.  This brand new charity brought together two previously well established groups, the Scottish Disability Golf Partnership (established in 2004) and the Disabled Curlers Scotland (established in 2014), to provide and develop year-round sports opportunities for disabled people across the country.

 

Generally, our golf season runs from April through to October and the curling from October to the following March.  We also run combo multi-day events, which we call ‘Sticks & Stones’, where both sports are organised for members at a suitable venue.

 

Today, we have over one thousand members of all ages and abilities, in more than twenty countries.  We organise over sixty annual events and have arranged Open competitions in six other nations.  The Coaches, Carers and Guides of our disabled players are also welcome to come along and enjoy our golf and curling.

 

THE SDGC NEWS BIT

SDGC NEWS Page

SDGC NEWS Page

THE SDGC 2021 DIARY

The SDGC tees and slides off in 2021

The SDGC tees and slides off in 2021

SDGC MINICAST 18 😁

'Another chat with a Capital Order of Merit winner Jim Hopes, bits from Manuel De Los Santos and some answers to some of your email queries and questions 😙

THE SDGC MERIT TABLES

The Merit Tables

The Merit Tables

SDGC MINICAST 19 😉

The new East of Scotland Champion has a few words  after his recent win in St Andrews and Henrick Stenson and a few Swedish members take part in a disabled clinic 😙

HUBS & LESSONS

HUBS & Lessons

HUBS & Lessons

THE PHOENIX CUP 😎

The Phoenix Cup

The Phoenix Cup

THE BRITISH OPEN 😙

The British Open

The British Open

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