Congratulations to Alisdair Berry who won the 2012 Disabled British Open Golf Championships at East Sussex National with rounds of 76 & 77. A full list of all the results can be found by clicking here.
 
The Disabled British Open will not run in 2014 but organisers are working to re-launch the event in 2015. We will keep you posted in further updates on future events on this website.
 
Launched in 2009, the Disabled British Open Golf Championships welcome competitors from all over the world to take part in what most consider to be one of the "majors" within disability golf tournaments worldwide. Utilising the criteria for entry as laid down by EDGA (European Disabled Golf Association), the event welcomes male, female and junior golfers with a wide range of disabilities and golf handicaps to compete together over 2 days in tournament conditions.
The Championships offer elite golfers the opportunity to be crowned the Disabled British Open Champion through a scratch tournament, but also the the chance for amateur golfers with golf handicaps the chance to win their category prizes based on their "net" results.
 
In 2011 organisers launched the Junior Disabled British Open, offer golfers aged 12-18 the chance to compete in the same tournament conditions.