World Deaf Golf Championships - To Be Confirmed for 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

World Deaf Golf Championship 2018 Carton House GC, Dublin, Ireland
World Deaf Golf Championship 2016 Royal GC Copenhagen, Denmark