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Blind Golf Victoria (BGV)
With rule modifications and partnering with a caddie, anyone can experience the joy of a great drive, chip or putt.
Since 1990 Blind Golf Australia, or BGV, has been promoting and providing opportunities for people who are blind and vision impaired to play golf across Australia.
Our aim is to introduce the game of golf to people who are blind or vision impaired and to encourage golfers who are experiencing vision loss to continue to play the game.
To play blind golf a player must have a ophthalmologist or optometrist completea sight classification form so it can be determined which sight category the player will compete in.
To obtain a sight classification form please visit blindgolf.com.au or send an email to email@example.com
You can also request an accessible 'Guide to Blind Golf' brochure to find out more about Blind Golf.
Our club games are usually run once a month on a Friday or Sunday depending on the availability of players and caddies.
Our monthly games are held at various golf courses throughout Melbourne. BGV also has championship events throughout the year as well as participating in interstate and international competitions.
If you are interested in finding out more about Blind Golf or would like to have a round please contact Blind Golf's President Doug Sloan by phone on 0418 344 243 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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