What does NAGA do for me?

It maintains a national and international database of amputee golfers around the world.

Coordinates the First Swing Program and Learn to Golf Clinics

Provides instructors
Provides information about hosting a clinic
Acts as a clearinghouse for clinics scheduled throughout the country

Provides information on programs and resources available to any amputee golfer

Golf  instruction
Prosthetic adaptations and provides adaptive golf equipment providers
General information 

Coordinates publications and communications

Amputee Golfer is published annually February/March
Press coverage is actively sought for our activities to raise awareness among amputees and the general public
Solicits and coordinates sponsor support

Plans and organizes the US National Amputee Golf Tournament and Robinson Cup Matches

Site selection and coordination of all facets of tournament
Acts as a clearinghouse for state and regional tournament information
Provides suggestions and guidance for starting and running a new tournament

Coordinates fund-raising efforts to continue programs like the ones listed above.
Requests members input about suggestions, problems, ideas, and constructive criticism.


2004 National Amputee Golf Association