Inclusive golf for all abilities is about increasing participation of disabled people and growing the love of golf.
At Centenary Park we aim to create opportunities for people with an impairment to start, learn and play golf in a way that is meaningful and relevant to them.
Accredited All Ability Coach, PGA Teaching Professional Jack Donaldson plays an important role in providing suitable assistance, support, nurturing and education to golfers with a disability. Whether you’re just starting out or are developing your game, all ability lessons and programs can be modified to suit the needs and skills of each individual participant.
Our vision is to offer the experience of golf to all people – no matter the level of physical, sensory or intellectual ability and to make golf the most inclusive and accessible sport for everyone to enjoy.
PGA Teaching Professional Jack Donaldson has 20+ years experience in the industry and has undertaken extensive training in golf instruction with PGA Australia, the recognised pillar of the golf industry. In addition, Jack has also undertaken additional All Abilities training and is fully accredited to provide suitable assistance and support to golfers with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities.
The NDIS can provide funding for your transport, sporting activities or part of your sporting equipment to improve your health and wellbeing and to increase social and community participation. Support funding may be accessible if considered reasonable and relative to the goals in your NDIS plan. Please speak to your Support Officer for more information.
New to the sport or interested to learn more? Free Come & Try sessions are held throughout the year and are a great way for anyone who has a disability to come and try golf!
Work 1:1 with our accredited and qualified coaches to support your level of learning and experience. Increase health & wellbeing and social & community participation to see your skills develop and improve.
Take your golfing to the next level! Work towards a goal and aim to compete in the Special Olympics!
The Special Olympics strives to create a better world by fostering the acceptance and inclusion of all people.