“This championship brings in some of the best talent from around the world and coincides with our commitment to making the game of golf accessible to all,” Bobby Jones Golf Course general manager Brian Conley said in a statement.
The course is home to the Georgia State Golf Association’s adaptive golf program and hosts two free adaptive golf clinics each month with the GSGA and Shepherd Center. The course’s instructional staff is also trained in adaptive golf and can instruct players during the monthly clinics.
Future plans for the course’s adaptive golf program include having a small fleet of adaptive golf carts so golfers can play the course at their convenience. The golf couse will also build comfort stations and install a covered awning at the North Tee of the PGA TOUR Superstore Practice Facility.
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