USA Teams are set for 2022 WDGC!
The World Deaf Golf Championships was first played in 1995 in England at the Forest of Arden GC.
58 golfers from 8 nations took part and the championship was won by Doren Granberry USA.
The Championships are owned by the World Deaf Golf Federation who give the rights to host the event every two years. USA are the host for 2021 in Lihue, Hawaii. It is USA's third time hosting, previously in 1998 - The Bridges in Pennsylvania and 2014 - Grand Traverse Resort in Michigan.
We have 26 golfers plus 10 individuals for the 2022 WDGC in Hawaii. It is the largest number of golfers from a country since WDGC was established. The USDGA Board members are excited to see the large number of participants in WDGC.
13th World Deaf Golf Championships
Wailua Golf Course
Men's Open Division Team
Eric Brumm, Jr
Justin "Pono" Tokioka
Women's Open Division Team
Men's Seniors Division Team
Women's Seniors Division Team
Men's Super Seniors Division Team
- Frank Gregory
- James Kim
- Jason Neubauer
- Melissa Stockton
- Erica Pressley
- Timothy Dapp
- Paul Rutowski
- David Ramirez
- Beckie Perkins
Super Seniors Men's:
- Gerald Isobe
For more details about individuals, please contact
Team Director, Tim Dapp at USDGA.td@ gmail.com