From the Executive Director: Save the Date

Hello to everyone.  I must apologize for being tardy in getting uploaded this monthly blog for September.  Just a few things going on in South Florida like Hurricane Irma and the aftermath.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone impacted by Hurricane Irma as well as Hurricane Harvey.  Pray that this is the end of the hurricanes this year.  Enough is enough!

This month I want to make everyone aware that the National Alliance for Accessible Golf will be conducting an education conference during the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, FL on January 26th.  The conference will be conducted at the Rosen Centre Hotel next to the Orange County Convention Center.  Panel topics include everything from What Does Inclusion Really Mean to ADA to Adaptive Equipment to Program Development and Sustainability.  While details are being finalized, keep an eye out for more information and registration shortly on  We hope to see many of you there.
Grants Available Fall 2016

As we approach the Fall of 2017, I wanted to also let you know that the National Alliance for Accessible Golf has grants available through funding from the United States Golf Association.  Many of you out there either conduct Accessible/Inclusive Golf Programs or you might be a participant in a program.  If you have a program or know of a program that focuses on accessibility and inclusion of individuals with disabilities in golf, then check out our website at under “Program Funding.”

See you next month.  In the meantime, “Choose to Include.”

Steve Jubb, PGA – CEO/Executive Director

About National Alliance for Accessible Golf
Dave Barton, PGA is the Executive Director for the National Alliance for Accessible Golf. The National Alliance for Accessible Golf is a coalition of recreational, therapeutic, and golf organizations committed to the inclusion of people with disabilities through the game of golf.

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