Inclusion Golf

Golfing is for everyone

We’re often asked “Can I play golf with my impairment?” Our answer is always – absolutely!

Golf suits a wide range of abilities

Golf and its unique handicap system allows players of all abilities and impairments to play against each other. You can play with friends, or at your local club, but we also recognise that people with a disability may want to play with others who feel similar.

Our Inclusion Golf pathway gives people from all places in life the ability to play golf and share the game with others. We connect with organisations across South Australia to ensure everyone gets right opportunities they need. We base our program out of the Par 3 course, and after coaching, you can then move on to the North Course and our championship South Course.

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Royal Society for the Blind

The Royal Society for the Blind provides golf services if you or a family member are blind or vision impaired. These services are delivered by a highly qualified team; supported by volunteers drawn from all age groups and walks of life.


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Empower Golf

Empower Golf gives you access to enjoy golf regardless of your physical, mental, or psychological ability. They work with us to provide physical access, adaptive equipment, and specialised golf classes.


All classes must be booked individually. This is not a series. For more info, visit empowergolf.com.au

Inclusion Season Pass

A season pass is the best way to enjoy North Adelaide Golf Course all year long.

Get one year of unlimited 7-day access to our Par 3 Course, plus 10x passes for the North Course, and 10x medium buckets for the driving range.

Adult $365

To qualify, you must have been through one of our inclusion programs or have a reference from a North Adelaide Golf Course coach. Get in contact via (08) 8203 7888 or visit us here at the course.

The Inclusion Golf Pathway program is run with the City of Adelaide, Golf SA, and Inclusive Sport SA, who each contribute to the program and provide access and learning opportunities for the groups involved.