Qualifying sites announced for 2024 U.S. Adaptive Open
11 Feb 2024
by Amit Pandey of

see also: U.S. Adaptive Open Championship, Sand Creek Station Golf Course

The USGA has announced qualifying sites for the 3rd U.S. Adaptive Open Championship to be held at Sand Creek Station in Newton, Kan., from July 8-10.

Conducted over 18 holes, qualifying will take place at six sites across the United States between April 15 and May 31.

Created in fulfillment of a commitment made by the USGA in 2017 to create a championship for the adaptive golf community, the U.S. Adaptive Open Championship now stands as the association's latest addition, marking its 15th national championship.

This inclusive event welcomes both male and female professional and amateur golfers, requiring a Handicap Index of 36.4 or less and a verified eligible impairment confirmed by a WR4GD Pass. The competition consists of 54 holes of stroke play, utilizing multiple sets of tees for participants.

Tuesday, April 16 (1)
Cedar Crest Golf Course, Dallas, Tex.

Wednesday, April 17 (1)
Bobby Jones Golf Course (Magnolia Route), Atlanta, Ga.

Wednesday, April 24 (1)
Haworth Country Club, Haworth, N.J.

Monday, April 29 (1)
Goose Creek Golf Course, Jurupa Valley, Calf.

Tuesday, May 7 (2)
Heritage Oaks Golf & Country Club, Sarasota, Fla.
Broadmanor Country Club, Indianapolis, Ind.

ABOUT THE U.S. Adaptive Open Championship

Inroduced in 2022, the U.S. Adaptive Open Championship is a 54-hole stroke play championship open to males and females, professionals and amateurs, with either physical impairment, sensory impairment (vision), or intellectual impairment, who have a WR4GD Pass as well as an authorized World Handicap System (WHS) Handicap Index®. Maximum handicap 36.4.

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