​United States Disabled Open Golf Championshiptm




Ryan Brendan of Nebraska was the overall Champion of the 2018 Open,

Beating out Gary Hooks of Florida in a Sudden  Death Playoff.

Gary Hooks walk away with the overall Net  Champion.

Bob Harada took home the Runner-up Trophy in the Net Division.










The  2019  United States Disabled Open Golf Championship dates and venue to be announced shortly

Who May Enter

​The Championship is open to all golfer's who happen to have physical and intellectual impairments.


Definitions of impairments  can be found here http://www.usdga.net/qualifications/​.  This is use in tournaments across Europe. Amputees, Blind, Wounded Veterans, Stroke, Cerebral Palsy, MS, just to name a few






​For player support staff and information contact:
  • Kelly McKay: 317.523.3714
  • Jan Craig: 919.333.2596
  • Jason Faircloth (Founder): 910.214.5983 or info@usdga.net
First Name*
Last Name*
eMail Address*
Phone No.*
Address*
City*
State*
Disability
Golf Handicap
Home Course
Home Course Number
Golf Pro
Guest attending both lunches
* Indicates a required field.
Disclosure Read and Understand the Rules and regulation of the United States Disabled Golf Association and Eagle Creek Golf Club. By signing this form The USDGA and Eagle Creek Golf Course isn't responsible for any health related issues, Traveling to and from Orlando Florida. Golf Cart and property of Eagle Creek damage by you will be your responsibility.




Eagle Creek Golf Club located in Orlando Florida will be hosting the 2018 United States Disabled Open, May 8-10. Located just minutes from Orlando International Airport
and Disney World making this the perfect venue to host a National and International Golf Championship.

Welcome players and guest to the spectacular Eagle Creek Golf Club Orlando, a unique course collaboration that blends the best of traditional European design with state-of-the-art American technological innovation, all under Orlando, Florida's trademark sunny skies.

Designed by world-renowned golf course architects Ron Garl and Howard Swan, Eagle Creek is an extraordinary 18-hole, 7217-yard, Par 73 championship course with five sets of tees for golfers of all skill levels. Howard Swan also designed our highly acclaimed sister course, Boavista Resort Golf Course, in Lagos, Portugal.

Eagle Creek Golf Club is proud to be part of an elite group of designated "Audubon International Silver Signature" courses, providing pristine surroundings for residents and visitors, featuring more than 90 white sand bunkers and dramatic bulkheads embracing water hazards and greens, all nestled beneath a canopy of towering trees and foliage.

Eagle Creek is Florida's first golf course to use the technologically advanced Mini-Verde grass, resulting in exceptionally fast and vibrant greens. Eagle Creek also offers a two-sided driving range and practice hole with bunkers. A professional teaching academy is planned.
We invite you to Orlando, Florida to join us for an exceptionally memorable and fun championship at one of Central Florida's finest signature golf courses.