Follow Canadians In The 2019 USAGA International Adaptive Golf Championship
The 2019 USAGA International, America’s only USAGR triple-weighted tournament with opportunities to earn WR4GD world ranking points is underway at Desert Pines Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The International is a 54-hole stroke play event with the 18-hole final round scores from selected players also determining the International Cup Team Challenge winner.
After the opening round there are 3 Canadians in the top 5 and you can follow the results by clicking on the link shown below.
Players compete in 16 divisions: Open, Women, Seniors (60 and over), G1 and G2 Single Leg Impairment, G3 Multiple Leg Impairment, G4 Single Arm – Unassisted, G5 Single Arm – Assisted, G6 Multiple Arm Impairment, G7 Multiple Arm and Leg Impairment, G8 Neurological Conditions and Coordination Impairments, G9 and G10 Sitting Golfers, G11 and G12 Visually Impaired, G13 Visually Impaired, and G14 Short in Stature.
image credit Brad Ziemer/BC Golf
Vancouver's Johannes Grames, a Canadian National Amputee Senior Golf Champion, is taking part in the 2019 USAGA International
A full explanation of each player classification and their course distance ranges is listed in the USAGA Ranking & Competition Standards book and online at https://www.usaga.org/current-usagr-rankings.html.
Players who wish to maintain their scores in the WR4GD system will play according to the competition rules and standards of the WR4GD – namely Gross, Net, and Stableford – based upon handicap.
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