The Veteran application period for the 2022 program is closed.
MISSION: To provide an adaptive golf and rehabilitation program for Veterans with visual impairments, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, spinal cord injuries, and other disabilities via adaptive activities specific to their situation. Provision of this program serves to engage and invigorate Veterans with disabilities to directly improve their physical, mental and emotional well-being
The National Disabled Veterans Golf Clinic (NDVGC) is a week-long adaptive golf program that is presented by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and DAV (Disabled American Veterans). This annual event promotes rehabilitation by instructing Veterans with visual impairments and other life-changing disabilities in adaptive golf. In addition to adaptive golf Veterans will be introduced to other adaptive recreational sports.
All the activities offered by the NDVGC office will give Veterans an opportunity to develop new skills, strengthen their self-esteem, and expand fellowship and camaraderie among the participants. The events provide eligible Veterans with an opportunity to participate in therapeutic adaptive sporting and other recreational activities; which demonstrates that having a visual impairment or physical disability is a conquerable obstacle to an active, fulfilling and rewarding life.