Golfers with Disabilities

The core goal of our disabled golf program is to help participants become comfortable while at the golf course, as well as preparing them to play on their own. Through small group lessons, focusing on all areas of the game and on course instruction, it is our priority that students have fun while learning valuable skills for the golf course and life. Groups meet on a weekly basis with the same group and coach to ensure a comfortable and welcoming environment. For questions, please contact Kelli Corlett (916) 808-2531.

California Eagles Golf Program

The California Eagles is a golf program for athletes of all ages with special needs. The program includes, but is not limited to those with Down Syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Multiple Sclerosis, Attention Deficit Disorder, Deaf, Blind, or recovering from Heart Attacks and Strokes. The California Eagles meet from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. every Tuesday at Haggin Oaks. The program runs from mid-April to mid-September, registration being open throughout the entire season.

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Saving Strokes Rehabilitation Through Golf

The Saving Strokes Golf Fore Health Program offers stroke survivors the opportunity to receive lessons in a small group setting. The program began as an idea to bring golfers and non-golfers alike together to encourage them to get back out onto the course.

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