The United States Blind Golf Association is an organization for individuals with visual impairments to learn, compete and challenge the game of golf. Through youth and adult clinics and Championship tournaments, we bring skills, values and opportunities that make a lifelong difference.
Turn up your speakers and watch a great video of one of our clinics played to the wonder music of Ronnie Milsap!
The USBGA Junior Golf Program is about inclusion. It will help
the students be active, increase their social skills, and in reality, be similar to the world of the emotions they will experience in their lives. They will feel challenged, feel success, and feel failure. Like most golfers they’ll feel frustrated, angry, and happy. Our hope is that many of our junior golfers will be impacted enough to break down barriers that they may encounter because of their disability; to obtain their goals and accomplish their dreams.
Please contact us for more details on our Junior and Adult Programs
Wednesdays, April 27 and May 4
Wednesdays, May 11 and 18
Wednesdays, April 27& May 4
Wednesdays, May 11 & 18
Tuesday, May 24, Perkins School for the Blind Golf Clinic
Thursdays, July 7, 14, 21 and August 11
Thursdays, July 28 and August 4
Tuesday, August 2, Carroll Center for the Blind Golf Clinic
7/18/22 – On July 18th Harry and Margaret Hester along with Harry’s coach, Rob Burneson, conducted a golf clinic at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired during their Outdoor Recreation Day. A total of 25 young adults attended and had the opportunity to practice putting and chipping. Other stations for student exploration included Beep Baseball, Beep Soccer, Tandem Biking, Hiking, and Rowing. Students were able to rotate through the different stations in groups and had a wonderful experience. There was quite a bit of interest in the USBGA from several students and staff members.