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Adaptive Golf

The Metropolitan Golf Association announced in February of 2024 that it is embarking on an Adaptive Golf Initiative, adding golf programs for individuals with physical, intellectual, and neurological impairments to its service offerings through the MGA Foundation.

In the first year of programming, the MGA will collaborate with local groups and organizations to provide introductory clinics to juniors and adults with intellectual impairments. These clinics, beginning in April, will be designed to provide opportunities to share the game of golf with those who may not have experience with the game and will further strengthen the MGA’s commitment to its mission to champion, invest, and advance the game and its future through services for the Met Area golf community.   


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The MGA is actively seeking volunteers to assist with clinics and other events.  As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to contribute to a new endeavor for the MGA. For more information, please reach out to Ryan Kayton, Manager of Adaptive Golf at 


U.S. Adaptive Open Qualifying

On the 2024 competitive golf schedule, the MGA will conduct one of six sectional qualifiers throughout the country for the third U.S. Adaptive Open Championship on April 24 at Haworth Country Club in Haworth, N.J. Because of surging interest in the event, this is the first year that players will have to qualify for the championship, which Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newton, Kan., will host in July.  

U.S. Adaptive Open FAQs


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