Welcome to the home of
Blind Golf Scotland

We are a registered charity whose purpose is to provide access to training, support and competitions to registered blind and visually impaired people in Scotland.

Recognised as a governing body by The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews we offer access to local, national and international competitions.

Blind Golf Scotland are an associate member country of the International Blind Golf Association which oversees international golf competitions for blind golfers.

We hope you find everything you need on this website from current news, fixtures, handicaps and more, but if not please don’t hesitate to Contact Us.

Can visually impaired people play golf?

Yes they can! See video below of Barry McCluskey sharpening his skills

Here is Barry McCluskey sharpening his skills for the 2019 season. Barry is one of our new members and in his first season secured a Vision Cup Rest of the World team call up. With ball striking like this you can see it is well deserved. #blindgolfer #blindgolfscotland ⛳🏌

Posted by Blind Golf Scotland on Wednesday, 9 January 2019

 

 

Latest News

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Training Day | 29th/30th July 2019

Do you know someone who is visually impaired who would like to try playing golf or thinks that they can no longer play?? Get in touch, we are hosting a training event up near Aberdeen where you will get to try your skills and meet some of our current golfers.

Can’t make this event….watch this space for news of our next event.

ISPS Handa Vision Cup | June 2019

Congratulations to Ally Reid and Barry McCluskey who were part of the ‘Rest of the World’ team who took on North America and won in this great competition.  Well done Ally and Barry!!

Congratulations to Barry McCluskey who won the ISPS Handa US Blind Golf Championships in Arizona in April 2019.

What an amazing win for one of our own, Barry McCluskey won 1st prize in the B3 category at the ISPS Handa US Blind Golf Championship.  Although a relatively new member of Blind Golf Scotland, Barry is a determined young man and put in a lot of hard work – and it really paid off!!

For the full results list, see the IBGA website

With the launch of this website we are rebranding ourselves as Blind Golf Scotland.

We hope you like the new look and feel of the website. We wanted to be fresher, brighter and more appealing to all ages. Please bear with us while we get all documents and branding updated, you may see both brands for a short while.

IBGA NEWS

Although you can access the IBGA website, we thought it would be useful to put some key information on our website for ease of access.

Click here for IBGA News

Thinking of joining?

We are always on the lookout for new members or guides, visit the Join Us page for more information.