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Ontario Open Blind Golf Championships 2016

Ontario Visually Impaired Golfers successfully held a three day tournament open to all blind and visually impaired golfers. The tournament was held at Chippewa Creek close to Hamilton Ontario from August 12th to August 14th this year.

Welcome to OVIG

What is blind golf?

Golf is a sport which can be played by anyone regardless of age, gender, physical ability or disability. Most people will think it is essential to have good eyesight to play golf but that is not true. Totally blind and severely visually impaired golfers, with the assistance of their coaches are able to enjoy the friendship and exercise the game provides.

About OVIG

OVIG, Ontario Visually Impaired Golfers is a Chapter of the Canadian Council of the Blind that exists to bring blind and visually impaired people in Ontario together to learn and play the game of golf. We believe that golf is a sport/activity in which blind and visually impaired people can fully participate, thereby realizing social, physical and psychological benefits. As a charitable organization, we organize and subsidize specialized instruction and opportunities to play.

2016 Colin Kressler Fund Raising Golf Tournament

This year's event was held on Thursday July 21st. We had 137 golfers out and raised over $9,500 to help fund golf for our members.

Becoming Involved

If you are visually impaired and you would like to play golf or learn to play, then consider becoming a New Member of OVIG.

If you would like to volunteer to coach a visually impaired golfer, then you should become a New Associate Member.

 
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