Low vision is no handicap for Queensland's Blind Golfers

Our members regularly play both social and competitive golf in an inclusive, friendly and supporting environment.
We’re part of Blind Golf Australia and our members participate in regular international, national and local games.
Golf is one of the few outdoor activities played with a stationary ball? This makes it very suitable for anyone with any type of vision impairment. Combine this with the amazing social aspects of the sport and you have a sport that has the potential to change the lives of blind and visually-impaired participants for the better.
If you , or a friend or family member, has any type of visual issue and can’t see that great, click the button below and get in touch.  

Latest news from BGQ

Inside Golf article

Australia’s most read golf magazine has published a story on the 2020 Blind Golf Open.

BGQ on the ABC

Famed ABC radio presenter, Matt weber, interviewed our own Neil Herdegen during White Cane Week in the leadup to the 2020 Queensland Blind Golf Open at Royal Pines. You can…

Top Notch Golf Tour 2020

  Available spaces for Big Took’s inaugural Top Notch Golf Tour are in high demand, following the announcement of this year’s tour schedule. The three-day friendly tournament will feature three…

First par for our newest B1

It was cheers of joy all around as our latest B1 golfer, David Saxberg scores his first ever par (gross) at Meadowbrook yesterday. After having only played a couple of…

Gold Coast Come & Try Day

If you’re blind or have any level of visual impairment, or if you’re just curious and want to see some of Australia’s best blind golfers in action, don’t miss the…

2020 Blind Golf Open entry form

Entries are now being accepted for the 2020 Queensland Blind Golf Open scheduled to be held at RACV Royal Pines Golf  Resort on October 12th and 13th. More details of…