Representatives of the NGF including President Willem Zelsmann, EDGA President Tony Bennett and PGA Holland’s Jimmy Heuven Staereling, got on the bike and played a hole at the Hilversum Golf Club, Golfpark Bosch, Golfclub Almeerderhout and Golfclub Zeewolde. more…
A 3 minute preview for the film documenting the 2015 European Team Championships which was held at the Parador de Malaga golf course in Spain.
Monique Kalkman in
Hall of Fame
EDGA player and wheelchair tennis star Monique Kalkman-van den Bosch has achieved an amazing honour by being included in the 2017 International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Monique from Brabant in the Netherlands suffered from cancer at a young age and nowadays forms part of the NGF selection for golfers with physical disabilities.
2017 Portugal Masters EDGA Demonstration Team
The EDGA Demonstration team conducted a clinic on the range and again on the putting green at the Portugal Masters which took place at the Dom Pedro Victoria course in Vilamoura. The EDGA team included Mike Gays, Juan Postigo Arce, Monique Kalkman, Pedro Sottomayor, Aurélien Lacour and Rasmus Lot. Special thanks to The European Tour, EDGA's Mark Taylor, Tony & Sue Bennett along with various Tour players who very kindly helped.
2017 Portugal Masters EDGA Team playing with the pro's
The EDGA Demonstration team of six golfers play the 18th hole with European Tour professional golfers at the 2017 Portugal Masters. The EDGA team comprising of Mike Gays, Juan Postigo Arce, Monique Kalkman, Pedro Sottomayor, Aurélien Lacour and Rasmus Lot all played exeptionally well in front of the crowds and television cameras. The 2017 Portugal Masters took place at the Dom Pedro Victoria course in Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal.
The Lebanese Golf Federation: "We are proud to be the 1st in the region to organize the Golf Schools Championship for Special Needs! Congratulations to all participants! You are all winners! In partnership with EDGA and the R&A. More information
Groundbreaking film of golfers with disability
The European Tour, supported by The R&A and EDGA, has made a film that will “open the eyes” of everyone to the high standard of a generation of golfers with a disability now competing against each other internationally. EDGA believes this short video and a longer 30-minute film – made at the EGA European Championship – should be seen by anyone interested in sport and health as it emphatically demonstrates that golf can offer great benefits to people with disability. You can also watch the FULL 23 minute video and view the official EDGA press release