European Deaf Golf Open Championships 2015

The Golf Committee of ODSK (Oslo Deaf Sports Club) is hosting the European Deaf Golf Open Championships 2015 from 13 to 15 of August at Olso, Norway.  The website is http://odsk.no/golf2015/  The website has been updated to include more information and registration page.  Also, video messages in International ... More

Paul Waring Featured on Trans World Sport

England Deaf Golf's Paul Waring participated in his first World Deaf Golf Championships at the Traverse City Golf Resort in July 2014.  He is well-respected and admired by his peers because of his excellent performance with a fourth-place finish in the Men's division that earned his English team a 2nd place finish behind ... More

Sodeyama placed 2nd in Japan Speed Golf Championships

The 5-time WDGC player Tetsuro Sodeyama won a 2nd place at the 2nd Japan Speed Golf Championships!  He participated in the event on September 21, 2014.  His 18-hole score was 82 in the time of 0:57:25 for the final score of 139:25.  The champion scored 79 in the time of 0:51:09 for the final score of 130:09 and will ... More

History Book Announcement by Kevin Whalley

Here is the announcement from Kevin Whalley of England.  He is authoring a history book on golf by Deaf people dating back to the 19th century.  His contact email is kwhalley@kjwltd.co.uk for any further inquiries. More

2014 Ghana Deaf Golf Tournament

Recently from March 26 to 28, Ghana Deaf Golf Association hosted a training camp and the 2014 Tournament at the Royal Golf Park in Kumasi, Ghana.   This is their 2nd tournament; they hosted the first tournament in 2012. A nice turnout of golfers participated in the event.  Isaac Agyemang won a first place trophy ... More

EDGOC Final Update

The European Deaf Golf Open Championships (EDGOC) has come to a close with Paul Waring of England winning the Men's Championship! Andreas Nilsson of Sweden jumped from 6th place to 2nd by shooting 73 in the final round. Hans Elgaard of Denmark was placed third overall. Andrea Hjellegjerde of Norway was placed fourth ... More

Euro Deaf Golf Open Update

Today was the first day of the 3rd European Deaf Golf Open Championships at the Kytäjä Golf Course in Finland. The course is about 70 kilometres away from Helinski and is voted as the Finland's fifth best course. The greens are fast and several bunkers are spread out on the fairways and near the greens. This proves to ... More