Classifier Training For Golfers With Disabilities Aug. 23-24

National Classifier Training, Ontario Disability Championship

Golf Ontario, in partnership with Golf Canada, will hosting the first-ever classifier training for golfers with disabilities. In conjunction with the Ontario Disability Championship, the training will be held at Woodington Lake Golf Club on Friday, August 23 and Saturday, August 24.

Focusing on player development, the all-inclusive event will ensure a proper pathway for high preforming athletes. The world ranked event will see men and women compete in low gross and net categories.

In order for players to receive ranking points on the World Ranking for Golfers with Disabilities (WR4GD), we have partnered with the European Disabled Golf Association to provide training to individuals in the medical profession to become classifiers for golfers with disabilities. Every golfer wishing to be ranked, must meet on-site at the event with a trained professional to establish their eligibility.

On Friday and Saturday, August 23 and 24, we welcome all individuals in the medical profession to join us at Woodington Lake Golf Club to become an internationally recognized classifier for golf.
WHAT:     National Golf Classifier Training: Two full days of instruction; a combination of in-class theory and on-course practical training.

WHO:      Medical Professionals (MD or PT)

WHEN:    Friday August 23 & Saturday August 24, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

WHERE:  Woodington Lake Golf Club (7110 4th Line, Tottenham, ON, L0G 1W0)

COST:      $150 includes breakfast and lunch both days

Click here to register online.

For information on registration and accommodations, please contact John Lawrence by Wednesday, August 15 at 5 p.m.

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