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BIG would like to thank Wade Creative

The Trustees would like to thank Steve Wade of Wade Creative for his help in the re-branding of the organisation. Steve kindly donated his time in designing the new logo along with the trustees, without his help we would not have this effective and striking logo. Since the change we have had a massive response…
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Sandilands Golf Break

The weather forecast for the week was not too good with a couple of people dropping out due to the conditions on Monday and Tuesday, however 12 people braved the elements 11 golfers and 1 carer for the first day at Sandilands.   Tuesday 12th March was really cold and windy the conditions on the…
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BiG Member Wins USA Scholarship

British Inclusive Golf and its members would like to wish Joseph Vanaman from Kirkby in Ashfield the very best on his new adventure he starts at the end of August. Joseph has been granted a men’s Golf scholarship at The University of Massachusetts in America where he will be studying Electrical Engineering. The university has…
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BiG in The News!

  A GOLF club is opening its doors to disabled golfers, as reported in The Huddersfield Daily Examiner, 11 May 2013. Longley Park Golf Club in Huddersfield is the new base for the charity British Disabled Golf. Its aim is to encourage sportsmen and women with disabilities to take up or return to the sport. British…
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In the first get together of the year in the North East 6 golfers joined forces at Longhirst Golf Club near Morpeth. It was a wet day but very enjoyable by all who took part. The winners on 32 points were Ian Slowther and John Irvine. Nearest Pin was won by Gary Cooper.

Golf North Show October 2012

The Golf North Show at The Riverside was not as successful as the organisers had hoped with very low attendance each of the 3 days. British Disabled Golf were hoping to use the show to raise much needed funds but in the end they took advanatge of forming some good partnerships with other exhibitors, so the whole weekend was not…
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5 members of British Disabled Golf in the North East took part in a get together at Sharpley Golf Club near Seaham,Tyne & Wear.All rounds were completed in sunny weather and the course and greens were in superb condition for this time of year. A fantastic day was had by all and everyone enjoyed the course, which although short…
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Longley Park AM AM

4 members of British Disabled Golf played in an Am-Am at Huddersfields LONGLEY PARK GOLF CLUB. Longley is a 9 hole course and at the highest point of the course has magnificent views of Huddersfield centre. Longley is not a course known to have buggies as they have a steep hill on hole 5 and…
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Acanthus Open Day

The Launch of British Disabled Golf took place atAcanthus Golf Centre on August 3rd. It was an open day where disabled and abled bodied golfers could play alongside each other as and when they wanted. The idea was that players could play the 9 hole course as many times as they wish and try post the best score…
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