Many of the world’s most talented golfers with disabilities competed in the first-ever G4D Open at Woburn in May 2023.
Ireland's Brendan Lawlor edged out Kipp Popert in a close contest for an historic win in the inaugural championship.
The message that golf is open to all has to go out loud and clear.
“We have established The G4D Open to provide a world-class stage for the very best golfers with disabilities to compete against each other and realise their ambitions at an elite level.”
The R&A runs sustainable championships at amateur and professional level, including implementing legacy actions and actions with its commercial partners. Before hosting any championship, a golf facility is also subject to a thorough ecological review to fully understand the biodiversity condition and species identification.
The World Amateur Golf Ranking® (WAGR®) comprises a women’s ranking and a men’s ranking for elite amateur players, administered by The R&A and USGA.A global golf service, WAGR currently incorporates over 5,700 events with over 7,500 players.