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Welcome to the Scottish Deaf Golf Association

The Scottish Deaf Golf Association [SDGA] is the governing body for amatuer golf in Scotland representing deaf and hard of hearing golfers.

The SDGA aims to promote, encourage and provide training & support for participation in golfing activities by deaf, profoundly deaf and hearing impaired persons. For the purposes of advancing participation in golf among the Deaf Community, the SDGA usually organises annual competitions and events so that its members can enjoy the sport and enhance their knowledge of all matters relating to golf.

The SDGA is a non-profit making organisation, and also is a registered charity number SC039108 in Scotland.

This site provides information online for members of SDGA and visitors. The SDGA continues to keep you up-to-date with latest details within competition and fundraising events.

The SDGA welcome you to browse this site.

SDGA 25th Anniversary
Airth Castle, near Kincardine Bridge | Saturday 26th November 2011

The SDGA will host its 25th Anniversary with buffet provided and annual presentation at the Airth Castle. You can visit the official website of Airth Castle at

The cost of a single ticket will be £25 per person. Acommodation will be also available at an extra cost.

The SDGA encourage all current members AND former members to attend the magnificent evening and have some chats about memories in the history of the SDGA. The SDGA would like all guests to keep the evening free for Saturday 26th November 2011.

Further details will be available when it is in place shortly.

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