Wales Disabled Golf Open 2017

This years event returns to The Vale Hotel, Golf & Spa Resort, Hensol Park, Hensol CF72 8JY.

  Day One Monday 17th July.

Registration desk open at 9 am in the Tre-Dodridge Suite (situated adjacent to golf clubhouse)

Optional practice round on the National Course with shared use of buggy.

Tee times available from 11:00 am onwards going out in groups of four.

Chiropractors available from 9am for anyone wishing to have treatment, massage etc.

Day Two Tuesday 18th July.

Registration desk open at 9 am in the Tre-Dodridge Suite (situated adjacent to golf clubhouse)

First day of competition, 18 holes on the National course with shared use of buggy,

First tee off time 11:00 am going out in groups of four,

Chiropractors available from 9 am for anyone wishing to have treatment, massage etc.

Day Three Wednesday 19th July.

Final round, 18 holes on the National course with shared use of golf buggy,

First tee off time 08:00 going out in groups of four.

Prize giving ceremony held in the Tre-Dodridge suite (adjacent to golf clubhouse at approx 3pm)

Cat 01 Players Best Gross Score

Cat 02 Players Best Nett Score

Cat 03 Players Best Stableford Score

Wheelchair Golfers Best Stableford Score

Lady golfers Best Stableford Score

Plus nearest the pin trophies over the two days of the competition for all competitors.

Costs of Entry.

Optional practice round including shared use of golf buggy £30:00

Two days of competition golf including shared use of golf buggy £60:00

For all competitors wishing to enter or for any further information please contact:-

Mike Overton

Tel 01633 450339 / 07778 950233

email:- mike.overton@welshdisabledgolf.org.uk

Aims of WDGA

The Welsh Disabled Golf Association is a non-profit making organisation which was formed in August 2011, the assocation provides disabled people the opportunity to take part in golf, social or con aspect

The Welsh Disabled golf Association provides disabled people with the opportunity to take part in a sport. As I am sure you would agree sport is an important activity for disabled people. It is not only important in terms of its physical benefits but also for the social aspect it provides, allowing participants to socialise with other people who understand the limitations that disability can bring. Being disabled does not mean you cannot enjoy sport, it just means that you may have to adapt activities to meet your own personal levels of ability.  The WDGA arrange golf competition days at various locations throughout the principality.

The WDGA is there for all disabilities, even people who may have never considered golf in the past , it may be just the thing that they are seeking if you know of anyone who you think may benefit please bring them along.

Membership of the Welsh Disabled golf association is FREE for more information contact   WDGA on 01633450339 or email mike.overton@welshdisabledgolf.org.uk