Upcoming Events



France

EDGA Open Event
Approved by: Fédération Française de Golf
May-7, 2021
2021 EDGA French Para-Golf Open
Mérignies Golf & Country club
1245 Avenue du Golf, 59710 Mérignies.
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Practice round
Fri, May-07
First event round
Sat, May-08
Final event round
Sun, May-09

Sweden

EDGA Open Event
Organised by: Swedish Golf Federation
June-8, 2021
European Individual Championship for Golfers for Disability
Bokskogen Golfklubb
Torupsvagen 408-140, 133 64 Bara, near Malmo, Sweden
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Contact
Mrs Helena Brobeck, helena.brobeck@golf.se
Practice round
Tue, Jun-08
First event round
Wed, Jun-09
Second event round
Thu, Jun-10
Final event round
Fri, Jun-11

Belgium

EDGA Open Event
Organised by: Royal Belgian Golf Federation (KBGF)
June-8, 2022
2022 European Team Championship for Golfers with Disability
Koksijde Golf ter Hille
Hof ter Hillestraat 2, 8670 Koksijde, Belgium
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Contact
Mr Johan Verbiest, j.verbiest@golfbelgium.be
Practice round
Wed, Jun-08
First event round
Thu, Jun-09
Second event round
Fri, Jun-10
Final event round
Sat, Jun-11

France

EDGA Open Event
Organised by: Fédération Française de Golf
August-25, 2022
2022 French Para-golf Open
Le Golf National - Aigle (Eagle) Course
2, avenue du golf, CS40549, 78286 Guyancourt cedex, FRANCE
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Contacts
Aurelien Lacour, aurel.lacour@gmail.com
Manon, manon@edgagolf.com
Practice round
Thu, Aug-25
First event round
Fri, Aug-26
Final event round
Sat, Aug-27

Please Note
This date is consistent with the 2022 World Amateur Team Championship, held in France at Le Golf National & Saint Nom la Breteche. For everybody, it’s a real opportunity to show to the IGF, EGA, and others institutions how our athletes can compete at an international level. A lot of benefits (financial, medias, sports, communication) will be made with this organization thanks to the 2022 WATC.



Golf is for Everyone

and is the only sport where players of all ages and abilities can compete with each other.


One of the primary missions of EDGA is to help individuals with impairment to start, stay, succeed and enjoy golf. Amongst EDGA’s major achievements is the definition of three different categories of international golfing events that meet the minimum criteria for golfers with disability.

On the 'Listed Events' page you'll find a full list of EDGA approved events and we aim to keep the contents up-to-date with the latest information as soon as it's received from the event organisers. However, please contact any of the individual event organisers directly if you have any questions or require additional information.

All EDGA approved events are open to players from all disability categories who meet the eligibility criteria. The events can be played in the stroke, match play or stableford format.




EDGA Open Series

The EDGA Open series is open to players from all disability categories, with a nationally recognised golf handicap of not more than 54, who have an Access Pass or a WR4GD Pass. Players will compete together in a pan-disability format. Where possible, golf handicap should decide the initial draw, before tournament position becomes the deciding factor in subsequent rounds. The format of these tournaments may be stroke play, match play, or stableford. Only the points earned by players who have a WR4GD pass will be added to the Ranking.

  • All golf handicap categories up to 54.0
  • Minimum of 36 holes
  • Playing in handicap categories


EDGA Challenge Series

The Challenge series is open to players from all disability categories with a nationally recognised golf handicap of not more than 54, who have an Access Pass or a WR4GD Pass. Organisers may decide to play the tournament in golf handicap or disability categories, as well as gender and age categories, and have the option to hold a single disability category tournament. The format of these tournaments may be stroke play, match play, or stableford. Only the points earned by players who have a WR4GD pass will be added to the Ranking.

  • All golf handicap categories up to 54.0
  • Minimum of 36 holes


WR4GD Series

The WR4GD Series is open to players from all disability categories with a nationally recognised golf handicap of not more than 28 for men and 36 for women, who have a WR4GD Pass. Players will compete together in a pan-disability format. Where possible, golf handicap should decide the initial draw, before tournament position becomes the deciding factor in subsequent rounds. The format of these tournaments may be stroke play, match play, or stableford.

  • Players must have a WR4GD pass
  • Golf handicap categories up to 28.0 for men & up to 36.0 for women
  • Minimum of 36 holes