10 - 12 May 23
Woburn, England

Many of the world’s most talented golfers with disabilities competed in the first-ever G4D Open at Woburn in May 2023.

The event is staged in partnership with the DP World Tour and its inaugural playing was contested by 80 players over the Duchess course at Woburn on 10-12 May.  EDGA, formerly the European Disabled Golf Association, has been involved in the development of the championship and will continue to support in an advisory role.  Brendan Lawlor edged out Kipp Popert in a close contest for an historic win in the inaugural G4D Open in 2023.

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The G4D Open

Woburn, England

Woburn has a rich history of hosting amateur and professional championships with Final Qualifying for The Open from 2014 to 2017 and most recently the AIG Women's Open in 2019, both played on the Marquess Course. The Duke of Bedford, President of Woburn Golf Club, said, “Woburn Golf Club is extremely proud to be host of the inaugural G4D Open on the Duchess course. We look forward to welcoming competitors from across the globe to the championship”.

10-12 May 2023
Duchess Course
Field Size
Maximum 80

The G4D Open

Eligible amateur and professional golfers, including men and women, contested a 54 hole stroke play gross competition with an overall winner determined at the end of three rounds. There is also be a gross prize in several categories.
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.”
Martin SlumbersCEO of The R&A