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Our History

A caddy is holding the leash of a black guide dog while a player is putting a ball next to the hole. A send player and his caddy is waiting their turn.
Blind Golf Australia was formed to promote the game of golf amongst blind and vision impaired people and to co-ordinate blind golf between the states of Australia.
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Blind Golf Australia was formed to promote the game of golf amongst blind and vision impaired people and to co-ordinate blind golf between the states of Australia.

The organisation aims to represent Australian blind golf internationally and to create and maintain registers of blind golf events throughout Australia with lists of players, sight classifications and handicaps. In this website you will find links to Australian and International Blind Golf organisations and a calendar of events and if you require any further information or would be interested in becoming a sponsor please send us an email.

For more details on how to become involved in blind and vision impaired golf as a player or caddy go to “getting started in blind golf on this website

Blind Golf Australia (BGA), formerly Australian Blind Golf Australia (ABGA) was formed in 1993 with four (4) members. The members were State Associations based in Western Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.

BGA is also a founding member of the International Blind Golf Association (IBGA).

A close up of a golf ball laying in the grass with the player and his caddy standing in the background.
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