About the IBGA

The International Blind Golfer Association (IBGA) was established in 1996 as a non-profit organization dedicated to helping blind and seeing impaired individuals enjoy the game of golf. From those who have never golfed before, to those who enjoyed the game before they lost their sight, The IBGA believes that golf can be fully enjoyed and even mastered by the blind, the visually impaired, and the legally blind. Our organization partners with professional golf associations and leagues, and sighted mentors and teaching professionals to offer lessons, clinics, and one-on-one instruction and play time at driving ranges, practice facilities, and courses across Southern California and Arizona.

If you’d like to know more about the International Association of Blind Golfers, please contact our headquarters in Orange County, California, and low us on Facebook. We update this website and our Facebook page with everything from announcements for upcoming clinics and events, newly added mentors and pros, and tips and advice on golfing, stretching, and all things pertinent to our unique members. Thanks again for stopping by and we hope to meet you at an upcoming event.