Members of Blind Golf Queensland enjoying a day of golf in perfect weather at the home of Bliond Golf, Parwood Golf Course on the Gold Coast.

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.  

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