Four new all-ability events announced as part of Golf Ireland & DIGA collaboration

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Golf Ireland and DIGA, the Disabled and Inclusive Golf Association, have announced a fantastic collaboration which will see both organisations coming together to host four events in 2023.

The aim of these events is to provide social golfing opportunities for people of all abilities. Each of the four events will be a stableford format and open to players with a disability over the age of 18. The first three events will take place in April/May, with the fourth being held at the end of August.

For full event details and to register, click on the relevant links below:

All abilities golf has been flying in Ireland in recent years, spearheaded by the brilliance of former disability golf world number one, Brendan Lawlor.

We already had the great news that after the success of its inaugural staging in 2022, the second annual Irish Open for Players with Disabilities will return to Roganstown on June 27 and 28 this year.

The event will for the first time be a European Disabled Golf Association Flagship event, guaranteeing higher World Ranking points for elite players. Entries for this event have already opened at and it’s been heavily supported by players at home and abroad.

For more information on DIGA, you can visit their Facebook page here

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