European Disabled Golf Association Announced As Official Charity To Portugal Masters
The European Disabled Golf Association Has Been Announced As The Official Charity To The Portugal Masters At Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course October 24-27th - Image Courtesy Facebook/EDGA
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The EDGA changes the lives of people with disability through the power of golf. Made up of volunteers from the National Golf Federations from 29 countries around the world, its objective is to help more than half a million people living with a disability try the sport of golf.
All charitable funds raised by EDGA at the Portugal Masters from tournament draw sheet sales, a longest drive competition sponsored by Golfbreaks, taking place during Wednesday’s Pro-Am, and a raffle, with some fantastic prizes to be won, will help fund the delivery of training, education and programmes in the country.
The European Tour announced earlier this year its ‘Golfers with Disability’ programme, running, in conjunction with EDGA, two 36-hole tournaments for Golfers with Disability alongside two of this season’s biggest Rolex Series events.
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Canada is proud to be one of the currently 29 member countries in the EDGA Membership of National Federations (31% of the EDGA members are from outside Europe).
Members include Golf Australia, New Zealand Golf, The Indian Golf Union, The Costa Rica Golf Association, The Argentina Golf Association, Golf South Africa, The Israeli Golf Association, The Lebanese Golf Federation and Golf Canada.
Click HERE for the WR4GD (World Rankings for Disabled Golfers). Canada has 6 players ranked in the top 20 in the WR4GR Net Rankings including Vancouver's Johannes Grames.