Scottish Blind Golf Society home page


Welcome to the Official Website of the Scottish Blind Golf Society, the only registered charity which is a voluntarily run organisation, providing quality competition and training in golf for registered blind and visually impaired people in Scotland, recognised as a governing body by The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. Since its humble beginnings in 1982, the "SBGS" has now developed into a well respected sports body where you can compete at local and national level as well as being the outlet for it's members to play in international events throughout the world.

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Latest News and Reports...

Allan Morgan from Bothwell, guided by Irene McGee wins the Lawrence Levy British Blind Masters at Tewksbury Park in Gloucestershire to go with his British Blind Open Championship which they took at Telford in Shropshire last month. What a double act!

Congratulations to Gerry Kelly from Troon, guided by his wife Mary, put a six iron straight in the cup at the 12th hole at Montrose Links at the Grampian Classic!

FREE MEMBERSHIP 2016! Come and join us in 2016 and take part in our events. You can play socially or complete some score cards to establish a golfing handicap. No membership fee required until 2017! Check out the contact section in the left hand links panel.

SBGS documentary wins BBC Royal Television Society award. Click here to view the film

Press release: An 11 minute documentary featuring 4 SBGS members wins the top award for Stirling students