World Deaf Golf Championships
Wailua Golf Course, Hawaii, October 15-22, 2022

World Deaf Golf Championships is contested biennially in even numbered years between nation members of the World Deaf Golf Federation. The scratch championships are played over 72 holes over 4 days.

Format

MENS Championships

  • 72 holes of stroke play over 4 days (18 holes per day)

  • Individual Tournament - Up to 8 players

  • Team Tournament - team of 4 to 6 players based on 4 best gross scores per day

  • One team per country

  • Up to handicap 10.4 for Team

  • Up to handicap 7.8 for Individual

SENIORS Championships

  • 72 holes of stroke play over 4 days (18 holes per day)

  • Individual Tournament - Up to 5 players

  • Team Tournament - team of 2 to 5 players based on 3 best gross scores per day

  • One team per country

  • Up to handicap 16.4 for team

  • Up to handicap 12.3 for individual

LADIES Championships

  • 72 holes of stroke play over 4 days (18 holes per day)

  • Individual Tournament - Up to 5 players

  • Team Tournament - team of 2 to 5 players based on 2 best gross scores per day

  • One team per country

  • Up to handicap 22.4 for team

  • Up to handicap 16.8 for individual

EDG team WDGC2018.jpg
World Deaf Golf Championship 2018 Carton House GC, Dublin, Ireland
World Deaf Golf Championship 2016 Royal GC Copenhagen, Denmark