American Blind Golf
A Non-Profit 501 C3 Golfing Organization
"Motivate, Inspire & Serve!"
Page Posted Monday, January 9, 2017
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ABG Introduction & Demonstration Video
Links of Interests
2017 Tournament Applications
June in Ohio
October in Texas
Coaches & Supporters are also invited to register for a Card
Blind and Vision Impaired Golfers:
Blind Golf (ABG) invites you to become a player with ABG for the
upcoming 2017 Golf Season. Players from all over the world are
welcome. Your Players Card
with ABG expands your opportunities for golf competitions.
Blind Golf is a 501C3 non-profit organization that promotes the game of
golf for blind and vision impaired persons.
American Blind Golf was founded to provide golfing opportunities
while partnering with organizations that support local and national
blind charitable endeavors. Our
mission statement says, "Through the unique talents of blind and
vision impaired golfers, ABG strives to motivate, inspire and serve all
those who deal with the loss of sight."
Howard Shaw, Dennis Smith, Brad Eaton, Angela Johnson and Mike Harrison
founded ABG in 2001.
1. Complete the below ABG Card Registration Form
2. Mail a $20 US fee and the Card registration form to the American Blind Golf Office at:
7410 Quail Run Drive
San Antonio, TX 78209-3129
check payable to American Blind Golf. Your player fee is tax deductible as
a charitable donation in the United States.
for all ABG Open events are available several months in advance of the
event. Some tournaments have
player number limits; however, all entries received prior to the entry
deadline will be accepted, up to the limits, on a first come first serve
ABG is excited to have you play golf with us in 2017. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mark Arnold 330-419-1710 or Bruce Hooper 210-822-6366. You may also Email questions to:
The 2017 ABG schedule is as follows:
June 20, 21, 22 and 23, 2017
The Memorial Match Play Championships, Wadsworth, Ohio
October 8, 9, 10 and 11, 2017 - ABG National Open Stroke Play Championships, San Antonio, Texas
their coaches are to observe proper golf etiquette at all times.
Any abuse or disrespect of the American Blind Golf Association, fellow competitors, officials,
spectators, employees of the host facility, or other persons conducting or
attending an ABG sponsored event can be grounds for disqualification from
the event, and possible rejection of entry for future ABG events.
Such abuse may be verbal or physical or threat thereof and
includes, but is not limited to: the
use of obscene language, physical damage to property or equipment of the
ABG or the host facility, and being under the influence of alcohol or
controlled substances during a competitive round.
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